October 2020

Jin-Kyu Jung publishes “Teaching creative geovisualization”

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IAS faculty member Jin-Kyu Jung has published a paper, “Teaching creative geovisualization: Imagining the creative in/of GIS” in The Canadian Geographer. This paper situates creative geovisualization at the intersection of geography, arts, and digital humanities with a particular emphasis on visualization and mapping that preserves, represents, and generates more authentic, contextual, and nuanced meanings of ...

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Denise Vaughan discusses the difference between the presidential debate and academic debate (KOMO news)

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IAS faculty member Denise Vaughan was interviewed by KOMO news sports reporter Bill Swartz about the UW Bothell Speech and Debate team and the upcoming Presidential Debate.  The discussion (listen here) focused on difference between academic debate and what we see on the Presidential Debates where interruptions are frequent, as well as how the UW Bothell team has adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Julie Shayne speaks on a plenary session at the Gender Studies in Georgia conference

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IAS faculty member and Gender, Women, & Sexuality Studies faculty coordinator Julie Shayne spoke on a plenary session titled “Persistence Is Resistance” at the Gender Studies in Georgia conference. The session was organized to celebrate Shayne’s new open access book Persistence is Resistance: Celebrating 50 Years of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies. Shayne discussed the origins ...

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Dan Berger publishes Remaking Radicalism anthology

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger, together with University of Nevada Reno historian Emily Hobson, published a book of writings by US social movements in the late twentieth century. The anthology is called Remaking Radicalism: A Grassroots Documentary Reader of the United States, 1973-2001 and ...

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Study abroad in India turns into virtual internship

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Everyone on campus had to pivot when the coronavirus forced the University of Washington Bothell into remote operations, but one of the biggest twists may have been how a planned study abroad trip to India turned into a virtual internship program.

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