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Dan Berger publishes in Colin Kaepernick's "Abolition for the People"

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger publishes an article in "Abolition for the People," a month-long series edited by Colin Kaepernick and appearing in Medium.  Coauthored with UC President's Postdoctoral fellow David Stein, the article examines the policy agenda of police and prison abolitionists. "Police and prisons uphold the world that is ...

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Frances Lee investigates threats to subsistence fishing with Melissa Watkinson and Haliehana Stepetin

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As a 2019-20 Environmental Justice Investigative Journalism Fellow for Seattle Globalist, M.A. in Cultural Studies alum Frances Lee (’18) examined the threats of climate change and pollution to marine subsistence harvesting. In their article “Declining Marine Health Threatens Traditional Subsistence Fishing for Tribes," published in the South Seattle Emerald, Lee discusses ...

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Dan Berger publishes Remaking Radicalism anthology

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger, together with University of Nevada Reno historian Emily Hobson, published a book of writings by US social movements in the late twentieth century. The anthology is called Remaking Radicalism: A Grassroots Documentary Reader of the United States, 1973-2001 and ...

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Marcus Johnson publishes on Black cultural studies

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Marcus Johnson is an M.A. in Cultural Studies alum (’16) and Ph.D. candidate at the UW Department of Communication. He recently co-authored the article “Black Cultural Studies is Intersectionality” with Dr. Ralina Joseph, which was published in the International Journal of Cultural Studies. The article argues ...

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Berette Macaulay and Black Cinema Collective extend programming and engagements virtually

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Berette Macaulay (Cultural Studies, ’20) founded Black Cinema Collective (BCC) in 2019, developing and co-organizing all programming with classmates Mateó Ochoa (Cultural Studies, ’19) and Savita Krishnamoorthy (Cultural Studies, ’20), who joined in 2020. In February 2020, BCC facilitated public discussion of “Spirits of Rebellion: Black Cinema from UCLA” at the Henry Art Gallery with director and visiting filmmaker Zeinabu Irene Davis.  Soon thereafter the COVID-19 pandemic closed public spaces for such gatherings ...

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