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Dan Berger: "In Seattle city attorney race, beware of ‘rising crime’ alarmism"

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger published an op-ed in Crosscut on the Seattle city attorney race. Berger discussed the race between abolitionist Nicole Thomas-Kennedy and Republican Ann Davison in the context of progressive prosecutors in other cities around the country.

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Bruce Burgett presents on “Creating Critical Field Formations"

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IAS faculty member Bruce Burgett presented as part of a roundtable on “Creating Critical Field Formations: Keywords for African American Studies, American Cultural Studies, and Gender and Sexuality Studies” at the 2021 American Studies Association conference.  He was joined by ...

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Dan Berger speaks on "Prison Organizing and Prison Abolition: A View from History"

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger delivered a virtual talk at Wellesley College. Berger's talk, "Prison Organizing and Prison Abolition: A View from History," was the inaugural event of a ...

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Kristin Gustafson presents “Balanced Research Tools for Asian American Media History”

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IAS faculty member Kristin Gustafson presented “Balanced Research Tools for Asian American Media History” at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication’s August conference. She shared two teaching modules as part of the ...

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Ching-In Chen teaches at LiTFUSE Poetry Workshop

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen taught two workshops at this year’s 15th Annual LiTFUSE Poetry Workshop in Tieton, Washington and has nominated MFA student Madison Nikfard and Master of Arts in Cultural Studies student Sam Prudente to serve as ...

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