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Miriam Bartha speaks on careers for humanists at the Modern Language Association

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IAS Director of Graduate Programs and affiliate faculty member Miriam Bartha spoke on the portfolio-based pedagogy of the MA in Cultural Studies and the graduate Certificate in Public Scholarship at the 2015 Modern Language Association convention in Vancouver BC. ...

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Bruce Kochis and Ron Krabill speak on Conflict and Human Rights

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IAS faculty members Bruce Kochis and Ron Krabill contributed to a panel discussion, "Conflict and Human Rights," as a part of Cascadia College's Human Rights Awareness Week

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Ron Krabill leads retreat on interdisciplinary pedagogies

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IAS faculty member Ron Krabill led a faculty retreat for the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology on developing interdisciplinary pedagogies. ...

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Julie Shayne’s Taking Risks receives positive reviews

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Julie Shayne’s new book Taking Risks: Feminist Activism and Research in the Americas is out in paperback and receiving positive reviews. Taking Risks was reviewed by the journal Gender & Society. Reviewer Elizabeth Borland writes: “Editor Julie Shayne makes a strong case that reflections of feminist risk-taking of varying kinds and degrees help us recognize both the challenges and benefits that can result. For this reason...

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Dan Berger joins advisory board of Global Dialogues on Incarceration

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger joined the advisory board for a national project on mass incarceration coordinated by the Global Dialogues program of the Humanities Action Lab at The New School. Global Dialogues on Incarceration will coordinate over 300 students from a dozen partner universities around the country...

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