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Kari Lerum presents at Seattle City Council & The Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies (UW)

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IAS faculty member and Seattle LGBTQ commissioner Kari Lerum recently presented the commission’s 2 year work plan to the Civil Rights, Utilities, Economic committee of the Seattle City Council. The video footage of Lerum along with two other LGBTQ commissioners can be seen starting at minute 54.

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Julie Shayne receives UW Distinguished Teaching Award

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IAS faculty member and GWSS faculty coordinator Julie Shayne has received the Distinguished Teaching Award for 2019. The Distinguished Teaching Award is given annually to seven faculty members: five from the Seattle campus and one each from UW Bothell and UW Tacoma. Recipients are chosen based on a variety of criteria, including mastery of the subject matter; enthusiasm and innovation in the teaching and learning process; ability to engage students both within and outside the classroom; ability to ...

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Alum Avery Viehmann teaches approaches to queer and trans activism

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Avery Viehmann (they/them pronouns) grew up in Arkansas and graduated from the M.A. in Cultural Studies (MACS) program in 2016 with an undergraduate degree in Writing and Composition. They have 10 years of teaching experience and spent the last 5 years teaching English at Highline College in Des Moines where they formally served as their Writing Center Director. In February...

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Faculty and students collaborate on Viaduct podcast: Taxpayer Time Machine

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IAS faculty member Amoshaun Toft and Community Radio Journalism student Kristine Kim (Interdisciplinary Arts) collaborated with the Culture Hustlers to record thoughts and reflections from attendees of a public festival where Seattle residents said goodbye to the “Alaska Way Viaduct” – a crumbling two story freeway that runs across the waterfront in downtown Seattle. The interviews were done in four vintage 1950s trailers on ...

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A Counter-Archive of Imprisonment

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger, M.A. in Cultural Studies alum Magdalena Donea, and UW Bothell Librarians Denise Hattwig and Dani Rowland publish an article in Public: A Journal of Imagining America. The article, "A Counter-Archive of Imprisonment," describes their collective work on the Washington Prison History Project, a digital archive of ...

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