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Asaya Plumly (MACS 2017) Named Grad Rep to the New Campus Diversity Council

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Asaya Plumly, a first-year MA in Cultural Studies student, has been named the graduate student representative on the newly constituted campus Diversity Council. The Diversity Council is charged with guiding campus work to fully implement the Diversity Action Plan, and “intentionally include(s) membership from all campus units and appropriate diversity related student groups.”

Asaya comes from a mixed race family and ...

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Julie Shayne Presents Taking Risks at Howard Zinn Book Fair

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IAS faculty member Julie Shayne presented her edited book Taking Risks: Feminist Activism and Research in the Americas (SUNY 2014; 2015) at the Second Annual Howard Zinn Book Fair in San Francisco. Shayne read her essay “Mother’s Day” which discusses her decision to prioritize family, quality of life, and ultimately ...

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Dan Berger speaks on Captive Nation in Baltimore

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger gave three talks in Baltimore based on his book Captive Nation: Black Prison Organizing in the Civil Rights Era.  Berger gave a lecture at Goucher College on “Prisons, State Violence, and the Organizing Tradition.”  At the annual meeting of ...

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Shannon Cram publishes "Wild and Scenic Wasteland: Conservation Politics in the Nuclear Wilderness"

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IAS faculty member Shannon Cram published "Wild and Scenic Wasteland: Conservation Politics in the Nuclear Wilderness" in Environmental Humanities.  Drawing on Cram's ethnographic work ...

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Julie Shayne Blogs About Feminist Undergraduate Mentoring

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IAS faculty Julie Shayne writes “Feminist Mentoring and Underserved Rock Stars” for the Feminist Reflections blog. In it, Shayne talks about ...

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