April 2022

MFA alum Liezel Moraleja Hackett publishes with Sampaguita Press and Write or Die Tribe

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Liezel Moraleja Hackett (MFA '17) never thought she would be writing about writing, but the MFA alum has discovered both the pleasure and community-building possibilities of sharing her poetics as a contributor to the website Write or Die Tribe, an online collective that provides resources for writers of all genres seeking, in their words ...

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Amaranth Borsuk publishes collaborative poems and interview

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The latest issue of Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review includes a series of poems from IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk's collaboration with Terri Witek, W/\SH, a book of speculative ecopoetics that grapples with climate catastrophe. Comprising a series of myths and visual transmissions, the poems connect women on ...

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Ching-In Chen's works selected for Re-Examining Conservation exhibit book

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen’s “Lantern Letter: a Zuihitsu,” “Original,” “Predator,” and “Guest/Stalker” were selected to be included in an artist book to accompany the Re-Examining Conservation: Questions at the Intersection of the Arts & Sciences exhibit, on view April 4-June 10 in the ...

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Julie Shayne presents paper at the Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) annual Winter Conference

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IAS faculty member Julie Shayne (she/her/hers) was invited by SWS president Dr. Roberta Villalón to be a featured guest on the panel “Celebrating Interdisciplinary Perspectives as Integral to Feminisms.” Her paper was called “Reflections from a Feminist Editor: Blending Sociological Analysis and Feminist Theory to Create Interdisciplinary Texts and Pedagogy.” In it, she argued ...

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American Muslims Research Institute holds two talks on the experiences of American Muslims in public service

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After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the American Muslims research institute (AMRI), directed by IAS faculty member Karam Dana, held two virtual talks highlighting the experiences of American Muslims in public service in March. ...

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