July 2017

Kevin Kim receives research grant and discusses Orientalism

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IAS faculty member Kevin Y. Kim has received a 2017 grant from the State Historical Society of Iowa. This nationally competitive grant is awarded annually to promising research projects which pursue innovative approaches to historical topics which draw on Iowa-related archives. In pursuance of this grant, Kim will visit several research sites in Iowa in fall 2017, and produce a scholarly article for the Annals of Iowa, a well-known journal published by the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs, in fall 2018.

In late June 2017, Kim also ...

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Charlie Collins publishes “Reflections on Neighborhoods and Collective Efficacy”

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IAS faculty member Charlie Collins published a blog post, “Reflections on Neighborhoods and Collective Efficacy,” in the Journal of Urban Affairs.  The post comments on an earlier article he published in the same journal, “Transforming social cohesion into informal social control: Deconstructing collective efficacy and the moderating role of neighborhood racial homogeneity,” linking that research to ...

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Alice Pedersen presents at the British Women Writers Conference

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IAS faculty member Alice Pedersen attended the British Women Writers Conference in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where she gave a talk entitled "What Tangled Skeins: Ann Radcliffe, Harriet Jacobs, and Genealogies of Feminist Writing," which explored the similarities between the British, 18th-century novelist Ann Radcliffe's scenes of maternal incarceration with ...

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Markus Smith featured in Microsoft Office 365 commercial

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Recent alum Markus Smith (’17, Community PsychologyMedia & Communication Studies) has been featured in a promotional video for Office 365, where he  describes...

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