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Acclaimed photojournalist David Ryder documents 2020

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Master of Arts in Cultural Studies alum David Ryder (’11) has been working non-stop. An independent Seattle photographer and filmmaker, Ryder’s portfolio includes extensive experience with wildfires, disaster zones, protests, and hurricane coverage. 2020 was his busiest year yet.

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Ching-In Chen receives 2020 BIPOC Seed Grant Award on Intersectional Sustainability

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen was awarded a BIPOC Seed Grant on Intersectional sustainability: Imagining solutions to racial and environmental injustices from the University of Washington Resilience Lab in partnership with the Campus Sustainability Fund. The seed grants support resilience and compassion building initiatives that foster connection and community, educate the UW community and spark dialogue. The selected projects proposed solutions to environmental and societal problems that have a disproportionately negative impact on ...

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Shana Lee Hirsch publishes Anticipating Future Environments

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M.A. in Cultural Studies alum Shana Lee Hirsch has published a new monograph, Anticipating Future Environments: Climate Change, Adaptive Restoration, and the Columbia River Basin, with University of Washington Press. In this book, Hirsch tells the story of restoration science in the Columbia River Basin, surveying its past and detailing the work of today’s salmon habitat restoration efforts. Her analysis ...

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Paul Johnson leads diversity, equity, and inclusion at Seattle Waldorf School

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IAS alum Paul Johnson has joined Seattle Waldorf School as their first Director of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI). In this capacity, Johnson will develop and implement programs and strategies to help ensure that all students, faculty, and staff feel valued for their individual talents and unique cultural perspectives. He will also seek to broaden the diversity of ...

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Ching-In Chen publishes Kundiman for Kin :: Information Retrieval for Monsters

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen has published a new chapbook, Kundiman for Kin :: Information Retrieval for Monsters, which explores familial lineage for monsters and mutants with Portable Press @ Yo-Yo Labs, an independent press which publishes poetic works showcasing “subtle and intense forms of public exchange and autonomous expressions—dynamic in awareness—luminous in form.” As a Finalist for The Leslie Scalapino Award ...

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