IAS News

My Story: An Artist Around the World

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Last spring Cultural Studies alum Mateó B. Ochoa (’19) was awarded the prestigious Bonderman Travel Fellowship, a rare opportunity to travel the world independently. Over the next eight months, Ochoa will visit Brazil, China, Colombia, Egypt, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Taiwan, Philippines, Rwanda, South Korea and Ghana ...

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Colin Davis publishes their first book on gender, sexuality, and spirituality

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Recent alum Colin Davis (Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies, '17) has published their first book Outside the Charmed Circle (Llewellyn, January 2020) under their nom de plume Misha Magdalene. The book draws on Davis' academic work in the IAS program to explore the intersections of gender, sexuality, queer theory, and spirituality. Outside the Charmed Circle engages with LGBTQIA+ readers and allies, offering ...

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Seattle Human Rights Day features student research and Abigail Echo-Hawk

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For several years, students of the Washington D.C. Human Rights Seminar have participated in Seattle Human Rights Day by presenting their human rights research at the pre-program reception. The 2019 event was particularly special, as Abigail Echo-Hawk, both an IAS and D.C. Seminar alum, was a featured speaker in the main program, “Amplifying Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples’ Voices.”

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Alum Joshua Mueller and Jin-Kyu Jung partner on community-based project

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During Winter quarter IAS alum Joshua Mueller will serve as the City of Redmond’s liaison to Jin Kyu Jung’s “Mapping Communities” course project, where students will utilize various research methods to create dynamic and interactive digital maps that meet community needs. Once a student of Jung’s, Mueller is a Senior Engineering Technician with the city and jumped at the opportunity to…

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Berette Macaulay cited in Seattle Times’ list of hottest events for January 2020

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Berette Macaulay, second-year Cultural Studies candidate, recently collaborated with the Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Frye Art Museum, and the Photographic Center of the Northwest to bring “MFON: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora” to Seattle, introducing  public audiences to “the broad yet nuanced creative, cultural, and interventionist visions offered by black women photographers both internationally as well as in the Pacific Northwest.” Her upcoming curated exhibition

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