November 2020

Santiago Lopez publishes a book chapter in Applied research on climate change: Contributions to Latin American cities

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IAS faculty member Santiago Lopez in collaboration with colleagues from the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO – Ecuador) published a book chapter entitled  “Between techno-science and experience: hybrid knowledge as a foundation for applied research on climate change”. In this chapter, the authors argue that ...

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Becca Price publishes annotations to biology education research

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IAS faculty member Becca Price and her colleague Clark Coffman (Iowa State) have published another set of annotations that introduce scholars to biology education research. The original paper (by Estrada et al.) describes factors that contribute to persistence in graduate training for a biomedical career. The annotations explore ...

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Julie Shayne blogs about Trump inspired trauma

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IAS faculty member and Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies Faculty Coordinator Julie Shayne wrote a blog piece for Ms. Magazine about the trauma the Trump campaign caused many feminists. In it she argues that reliving the sexist double standards of the 2016 campaign, watching the misogyny on the campaign trail, and seeing an accused sexual predator get so close to the presidency for a second time, was a psychologically traumatic experience for millions of women in the US; especially survivors of sexual assault.

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Hip hop artist and alum Essam Muhammad shares his story and creative practice

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Essam Muhammad is a UW Bothell alum, South Seattle-based rapper/poet, and community organizer. On October 20, he connected with students over Zoom for the event "Coming Home: Songs, Stories, & Conversation with Essam Muhammad" organized by UW Bothell’s Campus Events Board (CEB) and IAS faculty member Georgia Roberts. Muhammad spoke on ...

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Laura Harkewicz publishes "We Can’t Relocate the World"

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IAS faculty member Laura Harkewicz published “’We Can’t Relocate the World’:  Activists, Doctors, and a Radiation-Exposed Identity” in the Washington State University Press book, Legacies of the Manhattan Project:  Reflections on 75 Years of a Nuclear World.   The chapter ruminates on the physical and psychic toll of post-war nuclear testing and the indeterminate correlation between radiation exposure and illness.  In this piece, Harkewicz narrates the relationships between U.S. government doctors, antinuclear activists, and the peoples of Rongelap and Utirik in the Marshall Islands who ...

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