February 2020

Yolanda Padilla presents "Borderlands Modernism and Mariano Azuela's Los de abajo"

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IAS faculty member Yolanda Padilla  presented her work on a panel titled "Recovering Latinx Modernisms" at the Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage Project conference in Houston, TX. The panel centered non dominant literary forms, such as testimonies and periodical writing, to stage a conversation about what it means to recovery Latinx modernism as indispensable to and constitutive of U.S. and Latin American modernisms. Padilla's presentation ...

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Alumni Shout Out!

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Aina Braxton (’12) is now a support specialist at Stripe in Seattle. Francine Jordan (’19) was a marketing student assistant at UW Bothell and last summer became a full-time coordinator for marketing and events. Joseph Lubin (’99) is a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve. He also was the Department of Defense's liaison officer at the National Interagency Fire Center during the 2019 fire season. Marny Lowe (’19) is a legal assistant at a worker’s compensation firm in Seattle. Alicia Messner (’15) is event producer at Seattle-based Corks and Canvas Events. Tyler Oostra (’11) is now owner of Looking Glass Stables for horse boarding and riding lessons, located in Cathcart, Washington. Heidi Schauble (’13, ’15) is the Adult and Dislocated Worker Program Manager at Workforce Snohomish.

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Jennifer Atkinson featured in two news stories for her work on Eco-Grief and Climate Anxiety

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IAS faculty member Jennifer Atkinson was featured in two recent news stories for her work on Eco-Grief and Climate Anxiety. The Daily's "Dealing with the emotional impact of climate change" profiled her efforts to keep students engaged in challenging curriculum around climate justice, while Edge Effects cited Atkinson's work in an article profiling activism among the Climate Generation (late millennials and Generation Z).

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Alka Kurian publishes on women's opposition to new citizenship laws in India

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IAS faculty member Alka Kurian published an article, "Indian women protest new citizenship laws, joining a global ‘fourth wave’ feminist movement," in The Conversation. The article notes that: "Women are among the strongest opponents of two new laws in India that ...

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Fajardo, Qadri, and Shibayama share career paths with students

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IAS alumni Jaime Fajardo (’12), Aisha Qadri (’15), and Gracelynn Shibayama (’15) visited campus to share their career journeys with students as part of the Mentor Chats program. Structured as informal discussions, students can ask whatever’s on their minds – from questions around career discernment and navigating job searches to industry specific advice and the value of IAS degrees in the workforce. Fajardo, Qadri, and Shibayama ...

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