June 2017

micha cárdenas' artwork reviewed in the Spike Art Journal

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IAS faculty member micha cárdenas' artwork has been reviewed in the Spike Art Journal, published in Vienna and Berlin. Ben Vickers' article "Virtual Reality: Dreaming Awake at the End of Time" says the following about cárdenas' work: "Cárdenas’s early application of these technologies serves as a high-water mark and seminal milestone for artistic engagement in VR. Almost a decade later it still serves as an important challenge to ...

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After the MFA: Catching up with Colin McArthur

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By Kaitlin C. Young ('16)

Shortly after he received his MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics, I ran into Colin (’15) at a reading at Folio, a private library in downtown Seattle. I remembered hearing him read pieces of his thesis—a beautifully written and ambitious start to a novel— at the MFA Salons.

Around the same time Colin was reading at those salons, Seattle City of Literature was in the news for two reasons.

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Gracelynn Shibayama finds her bliss in community radio

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Gracelynn Shibayama graduated from UW Bothell with a degree in Media & Communication Studies in 2015. She found her passion in community media shortly after starting at UW Bothell in 2013. UWave Radio was new and opened many doors for her.  During her two years, Gracelynn worked her way up the ladder from Promotions Manager to Station Manager by the time she graduated. She credits much of her success to UW Bothell, and specifically, UWave Radio and Amoshaun Toft, for ...

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Bruce Burgett and Miriam Bartha publish “Lateral Moves – Across Disciplines”

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IAS dean Bruce Burgett and director of graduate programs and strategic operations Miriam Bartha published a revised and expanded version of “Lateral Moves – Across Disciplines” in Public: A Journal of Imagining America.  Originally published in Lateral, the essay-exchange-intervention is based on an interview conducted with Randy Martin, along with two members of the Cultural Studies Praxis Collective: Kanta Kochhar-Lindgren and Diane Douglass.  The publication is part of  ...

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José Fusté publishes “Repeating Islands of Debt"

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IAS faculty member José Fusté published “Repeating Islands of Debt: Historicizing the Transcolonial Relationality of Puerto Rico's Economic Crisis.” The article appears in the latest issue of the Radical History Review. In it, Fusté models a relational historical reading of the colonial formations that have bound Puerto Ricans to other colonial subjects throughout the US empire. It invites ...

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