November 2019

Rebecca Brown: recent publications and an interview

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IAS faculty member Rebecca Brown has had a very active 2019, publishing several pieces of writing: an essay, “Body, Soul and Word,” in @ KGB Bar Lit Journal; a story, “The Beanstalk,” in Willow Springs; an interview in Willow Springs ; two stories, “The Pigs” and “Gepetto,” in Brutus (translated into Japanese from her 2018 collection, Not Heaven, Somewhere Else); a short essay, also translated into ...

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It’s time to start adapting to climate change

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Too many discussions about climate change end in a conversation about reducing greenhouse gases, says IAS faculty member Margaret Redsteer in a recent UW Bothell news piece. That’s not a bad conversation, but it’s too late. “There’s no real discussion about the fact that climate change is already here...

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Amaranth Borsuk publishes in special issue of Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture

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IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk has a longstanding practice of making her digital works open-source and available for modification. This month, she opened up her collaborative project Abra: A Living Text for a special issue of Enculturation edited by Helen Burgess (North Carolina State University) and Roger Whitson (Washington State University). The issue, "Critical Making and Executable Kits" features scholars open sourcing digital humanities projects with ...

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Savita Krishnamoorthy receives Alpha Kappa Alpha Foundation Scholarship

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Savita Krishnamoorthy, second-year student in the MA in Cultural Studies program, has received a competitively-awarded merit scholarship from the Alpha Kappa Alpha Foundation.  Krishnamoorthy is currently researching her capstone project on the use of storytelling for social activism among women of the South Asian diaspora, with a focus on the South Asian adaptation of ...

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Zarefah Baroud creates documentary “Stories from the Homeland”

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Telling the story of her own family, Zarefah Baroud created a documentary film about the displacement of Palestinians, an event they refer to as the Nakba - Arabic for “catastrophe.”  Baroud undertook this endeavor as her undergraduate capstone project while studying Media & Communication Studies (’19) at UW Bothell. 

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