January 2021

Bruce Burgett co-edits essays related to the events in the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021

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IAS dean and faculty member Bruce Burgett co-edited, with Glenn Hendler (Fordham University), a dossier of essays related to the events in the U.S. Capitol on January 6, and their aftermath.  “Keywords Now” contains brief elaborations of essays published in the third edition of Keywords for American Cultural Studies, also co-edited by Burgett and Hendler.  The elaborations focus on the keywords conservatism ...

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Kelsey Lee Cate releases debut album and builds artist career online

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IAS alum Kelsey Lee Cate was improvising songs before she could read. Growing up in a musical family, she began classical piano training at age five and by middle school, was performing at weddings and special events. Today, Cate is a sought-after pianist and ...

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Karam Dana speaks on religion and political participation among minorities in the US

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IAS faculty member Karam Dana delivered a lecture on January 15th as part of the On the Corner Symposium: Nexus at the Political Intersection of Race and Religion Research sponsored and hosted by the Taft Research Center of the University of Cincinnati. His lecture was titled "Role of Religion in Political Participation Among Minorities in the US.” The video ...

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Amaranth Borsuk Publishes "Curt Curtal Sonnet Corona"

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On January 15th the Quarantine Public Library released a new slate of free printable chapbooks, including IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk's "Curt Curtal Sonnet Corona," a series of programmatically-generated curtal sonnets. QPL publishes artists' books designed for a single side of an 8.5 x 11 page which readers print, fold and cut using a simple template. ...

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Kristina Jorgensen collaborates on legislation and receives capacity-building grant

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In 2020, Kristina Jorgensen graduated from IAS with a major in Society, Ethics & Human Behavior, minor in Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies, and began her graduate education in the M.A. in Policy Studies.  She is also an alum of the D.C. Seminar in Human Rights (2019). Since beginning the M.A. in Policy Studies program, Jorgensen has successfully advanced a number of impactful justice projects through her research, networking, advocacy and leadership. ...

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