March 2015

Joe Milutis launches "Bright Arrogance" on Jacket2

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IAS faculty member Joe Milutis launched a new column "Bright Arrogance" on Jacket2.  The column features weekly reflections on experimental translation new and old, with occasional galleries of applicable media and art works.

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Amaranth Borsuk profiled in Seattle CityArts

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IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk was profiled in Seattle CityArts, along with her collaborator Andy Fitch.  The article focuses on their book As We Know, which has also just been reviewed in Fanzine.

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Jennifer Atkinson’s students host conversation about climate ethics

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Students in IAS faculty member Jennifer Atkinson's "Ethics and the Environment" (BIS 356) hosted a conversation on climate ethics with Dr. Robert Bindschadler, former Chief Scientist of NASA's Hydrospheric and Biospheric Sciences Laboratory.

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IAS hosts "Mentor Chat" with T. Andrew Wahl

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In early March, IAS alumnus T. Andrew Wahl  (Comparative U.S. and International Studies, ‘96) met with undergraduate students to share his career journey and advice as part of IAS’s “Mentor Chat” series.  Mentor Chats assist students with career exploration and networking by providing opportunities to dialogue...

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Gregory Laynor presents at “The Racial Imaginary” conference

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IAS PIP Fellow Gregory Laynor presented his research at the “Thinking Its Presence: The Racial Imaginary” conference at the University of Montana.  He contributed to "Infiltrate What Exists, Innovate What Doesn't", a panel with Ricardo Dominguez, Eunsong Kim, and Bhanu Kapil.  Laynor’s talk, "'Another Kind of Love': Queer Intermedia and Race," focused on...

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