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micha cárdenas Publishes "Pregnancy: Reproductive Futures in Trans of Color Feminism" in Transgender Studies Quarterly

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IAS faculty member micha cárdenas  published a hybrid poetry/bioart project, “Pregnancy,” in the new issue of Transgender Studies Quarterly from Duke University Press.  The article presents a vision of trans Latina reproductive futures, based on cárdenas’s experiences of cryogenic tissue banking, aka sperm banking, after having been on hormones for many years.

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Amaranth Borsuk and Shauna Carlisle Win Worthington Distinguished Scholar Awards

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IAS faculty members Amaranth Borsuk and Shauna Carlisle received Worthington Distinguished Scholar awards for 2016-17.  Borsuk will use the funding to support her completion of her book manuscript, The Book (under contract with MIT Press).  Carlisle will devote her time to a study of African and Afro-Caribbean chronic health.

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micha cárdenas publishes in Contemptorary

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IAS faculty member micha cárdenas’s article, “What if we Got Free,” was published yesterday in CONTEMPTORARY, a new cyberspace project covering women of color and indigenous women queering the art world, queers disrupting white hegemony, immigrants and those displaced due to war, occupation and colonialism who breach all terrains. The project ...

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micha cárdenas Launches new Poetic Operations Collaborative Lab

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IAS faculty member micha cárdenas is the director of the new Poetic Operations Collaborative (POC) lab at the University of Washington Bothell. Including both graduate and undergraduate researchers, POC focuses on applying technological creativity to social justice issues.

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Carrie Bodle and Amaranth Borsuk Receive Juried Award for their Collaborative Installation Wave Signs

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IAS faculty members Carrie Bodle and Amaranth Borsuk have received the $10,000 grand prize in the juried exhibition Giant Steps: Artist Residency on the Moon for their collaborative installation Wave Signs. Giant Steps challenged artists to imagine what they could create if they had 48 hours on the lunar surface with one accompanying astronaut to assist them.

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