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Ching-In Chen poem included in Alone Together anthology

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen’s poem “Dear O” was selected for inclusion in the anthology Alone Together: Love, Grief, and Comfort in the Time of COVID-19. All proceeds will benefit indie booksellers via The Book Industry Charitable Foundation. Chen was also profiled as ...

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Amaranth Borsuk Talks Writing and Nourishment at Entropy

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IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk was interviewed this past spring by Danielle Susi for Entropy's Dinnerview, a column in which writers discuss food as it relates to their work, identity, and writing practice. Borsuk touches on how becoming a parent has rewired her relationship to food, reveals her own food quirks and favorites, and ...

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Building Community: A Writing Group for Trans Scholars

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IAS faculty members Ching-In Chen and Neil Simpkins have launched a UW-wide Imagining Trans Futures research group.  Funded by the Simpson Center for the Humanities, the group support trans scholars in their research and writing and to bring trans studies scholars to the UW community through a speaker series open to the public. The aim of this group is ...

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Julie Feng and Pamela Santos receive PAGE Fellowships

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Two IAS graduate students, Julie Feng, second-year M.A. candidate in Cultural Studies and Pamela Santos, first-year candidate in the MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics have received Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) fellowships for 2020-21 from the national consortium of Imagining America: Artists & Scholars in Public Life (IA).  University of Washington Bothell is a member campus of Imagining America, which “promotes public scholarship, cultural organizing, and campus change that inspires collective imagination, knowledge-making, and civic action on pressing public issues.” ...

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Amaranth Borsuk publishes article on books and bodies

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As an outgrowth of her research into the book as object, content, idea, and interface, IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk has developed an interest in the relationship between books and bodies, historically and in the present moment. Not only is she interested in how books accommodate to our bodies and we to theirs, as examined in The Book (MIT Press, 2018), her recent research considers books that incorporate the human body into their material form, from ...

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