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Bruce Burgett publishes Keywords for American Cultural Studies, Third Edition

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IAS dean and faculty member Bruce Burgett published Keywords for American Cultural Studies, Third Edition with New York University Press.  Co-edited with Glenn Hendler (Fordham University), the print-digital volume includes 114 essays, 64 in print and 48 online.  The Keywords website also includes pedagogical materials to support instructors who teach print or online essays in their courses. 

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Ching-In Chen publishes “Improvising the World: a Breakout Session/Experiment in Pedagogy”

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen’s “Improvising the World: a Breakout Session/Experiment in Pedagogy” was published in Urgent Possibilities: Writing on Feminist Poetics & Emergence Pedagogies, an anthology of 17 saddle stitched pamphlets as part of the eohippus labs Annex Series.

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Ching-In Chen was awarded Course Development Grant

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen was awarded a 2020 Course Development Grant for their Autumn 2020 course, Breathing in a Time of Disaster (BISIA 311: Creative Writing Prose), from the Center for Global Studies at the University of Washington’s Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies and the East Asia Center. The grant is an extremely competitive award that recognizes innovative teaching at the UW. This autumn ...

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Maryam Griffin publishes “Transcending Enclosures by Bus”

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IAS faculty member Maryam Griffin published “Transcending Enclosures by Bus: Public Transit Protests, Frame Mobility, and the Many Facets of Colonial Occupation” in Critique of Anthropology.  The article is part of a special issue called “Occupations in Context: The Cultural Logics of Occupation, Settler Violence, and Resistance,” co-edited by ...

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EJ Juárez: Understanding the architecture of power

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EJ Juárez, a 2013 Master of Arts in Cultural Studies graduate, who now is the public policy manager for Group Health Foundation, will lead a UW Bothell What If…? Conversation on Nov. 12. Juárez will discuss how we might think differently about public spaces and institutions, like libraries. “They’re a place where people are seeing and interacting with other people, where they are learning a skill, where they are finding their own imagination,” he said. “I am interested in the design of those spaces and the impact of that on our democracy and society.”

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