September 2015

Portraits of Refugees by Howard Hsu

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IAS faculty member Howard Hsu has published a portrait series of refugees in Germany on Mashable. "The Ones Who Found Refuge" provides views of Europe's migrant crisis through the faces of some of these people. 

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Aeron Bergman and Alejandra Salinas Give Local Talks About Their Current Work

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IAS faculty members Aeron Bergman and Alejandra Salinas gave a talk about their work, recent projects, and INCA (their artist run space) at Photo Center NW, Seattle, on Thursday September 17th at 6:30 pm. This talk is

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Chad Bates Launches Community Talk Show

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IAS alum Chad Bates (Global Studies, 2014) recently launched a live talk show and podcast called And...Discuss!?

Bates hopes to build a community that engages those that loved learning about and discussing serious issues in college, but don’t have a place to do that after graduation. In their 2nd show,

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micha cárdenas speaks at the Museum of Modern Art

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IAS faculty member micha cárdenas spoke at the Museum of Modern Art in New York on September 16, as part of the MoMA R&D series. The topic of the panel was "Fluid States" and included three artists and a curator discussing the ways that concepts of fluidity have played a role in government, art, and social justice movements. 

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Johanna Crane comments on In the Shadow of Ebola

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IAS faculty member Johanna Crane published invited comments on the new documentary film In the Shadow of Ebola on Somatosphere.net, a web site that covers the intersections of medical anthropology and science & technology studies.  Her comments...

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