June 2021

Dan Berger discusses prison abolition on Rumble with Michael Moore

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger discussed prison abolition on Rumble with Michael MooreThe Oscar-winning filmmaker interviewed Berger about the problem of prison and whether a “Department of Restorative Justice & Redemption” should replace our existing Prison Industrial Complex. Earlier this month, Berger ...

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Carrie Bodle artwork selected for Portland and Seattle public projects

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IAS faculty member Carrie Bodle recently had her artwork acquired for the City of Portland Portable Works Public Art Collection. Her work, Northeast Pacific Ocean Hovmoller Plots 2002-2010, was selected by curators Yaelle Amir, Elisheba Johnson, Vanessa Perez-Winder, Susanō Surface, and Jaimes Valdez on the themes of Ecology, Wellness, and Connectivity and ...

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Nicole McCarthy’s book to be published by Heavy Feather Review

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Alum Nicole McCarthy’s first book is set to be published in 2022 by Heavy Feather Review. The book is an expansion of McCarthy’s MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics thesis, “Manor of Memory,” which she completed in 2017. “It wouldn't have been the book it is now without my thesis advisor, Renee Gladman, a visiting writer in our MFA program who graciously agreed to work with me,” said McCarthy.

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Carrie Bodle selected as 2021 Technology Teaching Fellow

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IAS faculty member Carrie Bodle was selected for the 2021 Technology Teaching Fellows Institute through the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Washington. The Technology Teaching Fellows Institute (TTFI) offers participants the chance to learn with other faculty members, learning technologists, instructional consultants, and librarians.

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Jennifer Atkinson publishes in CSPA Quarterly

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IAS faculty member Jennifer Atkinson published “Mourning climate loss: ritual and collective grief in the age of crisis” in CSPA Quarterly. Her article features artists who use ritual to process the emotional toll of ecological loss and bring political attention to climate injustice 

As Atkinson argues, social justice movements constantly remind us that systems of oppression are reinforced when we push their painful legacies into the shadows.

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