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Amaranth Borsuk's writing featured on The Writing Platform

Amaranth Borsuk

An excerpt from IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk's The Book is currently featured on British website The Writing Platform, an online resource for writers. Covering "the book as recombinant structure," it details the way material books can be interactive and multi-sequential—features we tend to associate with the digital.

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Ali, Murr, and Goldstein present work at Race & Pedagogy Conference

Anida Yoeu Ali at the conference

IAS faculty members Anida Yoeu Ali, Jed Murr, and David Goldstein presented their work at the quadrennial Race & Pedagogy Conference at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma.  Ali and Murr shared their perspectives on the purpose, advantages, and limits of public art in “Public Art and Expression on Our Campuses: Context, Content, and Controversy.”  Goldstein presented on his use of ...

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Yolanda Padilla publishes "Borderland Letrados: La Crónica, the Mexican Revolution, and Transnational Critique on the U.S.-Mexico Border"

Yolanda Padilla

IAS faculty member Yolanda Padilla published an essay in a special issue of the journal English Language Notes on "Latinx Lives in Hemispheric Context." Titled "Borderland Letrados: La Crónica, the Mexican Revolution, and Transnational Critique on the U.S.-Mexico Border," the essay examines the contributions of border Mexicans to La Crónica, an influential Laredo, Texas newspaper. These writers engaged the Mexican nation from positions of opposition during the Mexican Revolution, while also contending with Anglo American nativist imperatives, which ...

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Margaret Redsteer publishes "Accounts from Tribal Elders: Increasing Vulnerability of the Navajo People to Drought and Climate Change in the Southwestern United States"

Margaret Redsteer

IAS faculty member Margaret Redsteer published an article co-authored with Klara B. Kelley, Harris Francis and Debra Block, “Accounts from Tribal Elders: Increasing Vulnerability of the Navajo People to Drought and Climate Change in the Southwestern United States.”  The article appears in a new UNESCO-Cambridge book Indigenous Knowledge for Climate Change Assessment and Adaptation.  It argues that while there is growing respect and appreciation within the academic scientific community for indigenous knowledge ...

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Priya Frank co-facilitates workshop: Storytelling Strategies for Dismantling Racism

Priya Frank

In September, alum Priya Frank (’11, Cultural Studies) co-facilitated the workshop “Storytelling Strategies for Dismantling Racism,” a training hosted by NonWhiteWorks for individuals and organizations working to interrupt structural racism. The workshop examines the power of narratives and concrete strategies for dismantling racist structures through storytelling...

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