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Dan Berger publishes op-ed on initiative to reduce the American jail population

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger publishes op-ed in Truthout about the MacArthur Foundation's $75 million initiative to reduce the American jail population. As part of that program, the Foundation has asked jail staff at 20 municipalities around the country to work with judges, prosecutors, court administrators, police and correctional officials to reduce the size of the jail population. In his op-ed...

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Christian Anderson, Jin-Kyu Jung, and Santiago Lopez present at Association of American Geographers in Chicago

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IAS faculty members Christian AndersonJin-Kyu Jung, and Santiago Lopez presented their research at the 2015 meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Chicago, Illinois.

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Kari Lerum Publishes in The Feminist Wire and Moderates Panel at Sextravaganza

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IAS faculty member Kari Lerum published an essay in The Feminist Wire entitled “Cisgender FemmeNist reflections on Trans* Justice.” Drawing from personal, cultural, and political reflections the article calls for fans of trans* celebrities to move from adoration to action for trans* justice. Lerum also

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Ben Gardner co-organizes “Extraction, Contention and Development” symposium

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IAS faculty member Ben Gardner co-organized a symposium on “Extraction, Contention and Development,” along with colleagues Sunila Kale and Tony Lucero from the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies. 

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Johanna Crane wins RRF Scholar Award, and gives invited talks on global health

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IAS faculty member Johanna Crane  received a UW Royalty Research Fund Scholar Award to support her new research project, "Aging and Health Care in Prison: An Ethnographic Study." She also...

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