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Berette Macaulay named to new position at Henry Art Gallery

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Berette Macaulay (M.A. in Cultural Studies, ’20) has been named to a new position, Museum Guide Program Manager, at the Henry Art Gallery (University of Washington, Seattle campus). In this new role, Macaulay will pilot and lead a new museum guide training program.  She will create curriculum that offers UW undergraduate students from multiple disciplines formal training from Henry staff, developing ...

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Frances Lee and Stephanie Segura awarded Hugo Fellowships

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IAS alumni Frances Lee (Master of Arts in Cultural Studies) and Stephanie Segura (MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics) were recently awarded Hugo Fellowships for 2020-21. The Hugo Fellowship supports emerging writers, providing space and resources to four to six fellows in the Seattle area to complete a proposed project ...

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Shauna Carlisle, Ching-ln Chen, and S. Charusheela receive Diversity and Inclusion Seed Grant

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IAS faculty members Shauna Carlisle, Ching-ln Chen, and S. Charusheela have received a Diversity and Inclusion Seed Grant from the UW Diversity Council to launch a diversity and inclusion graduate student questionnaire to be sent to alumni who graduated between 2015 and 2020.  Survey will assess perceptions of ...

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Meshell Sturgis reviews The Rachel Divide and Fearing the Black Body

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M.A. in Cultural Studies alum Meshell Sturgis ('17) studies representations of difference and identity in the media using Black feminist critical-cultural communication theories and methods. A Ph.D. candidate in the UW Department of Communication, Sturgis recently published reviews of the documentary film, The Rachel Divide, with co-author Victoria Thomas, and the book, Fearing the Black Body: The Racial Origins of Fat Phobia, by Sabrina Strings.

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Ching-In Chen poem included in Alone Together anthology

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen’s poem “Dear O” was selected for inclusion in the anthology Alone Together: Love, Grief, and Comfort in the Time of COVID-19. All proceeds will benefit indie booksellers via The Book Industry Charitable Foundation. Chen was also profiled as ...

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