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Mary Jane Topash educates the public on the thrivance of Native communities in the Pacific Northwest

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Mary Jane Topash (Tulalip and Potawatomi) was working full-time at the Hibulb Cultural Center in Tulalip when she was completing her M.A. in Cultural Studies (‘17) at the University of Washington Bothell. It was during this time when Mary Jane gained interest in addressing issues of (mis)representation and the commodification of Indigenous people in museums. She explained ...

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Ching-In Chen curates a series of new poems in response to a New Asian Futurisms exhibit

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen has curated a series of new poems in response to a New Asian Futurisms exhibit currently on display at Philadelphia’s Asian Arts Initiative through December 6. In New Asian Futurisms, artists re-repaired the imaginations of fragmented pasts and observed multiple histories of diverse communities in looking forward to the future. In their work ...

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Julie Shayne and Jessica Manfredi publish paper about feminist activist scholarship in the Trump-Bolsonaro era

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Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS) faculty member Julie Shayne and Global Studies alum Jessica Manfredi co-authored an article titled “Reflections on Activist Scholarship in the Trump-Bolsonaro Era: Dual Hemisphere Hate Transforms Intellectual Praxis into Political Imperative” which just came out in the Colombian open-access journal Revista CS. It was published in a special issue on activist scholarship ...

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Anny Smith passes the Certified Health Education Specialist exam

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Anny Smith graduated from UW Bothell in 2019 with a BA in Health Studies and minor in Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS). Smith passed the Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) exam this last week and this certification will be invaluable in her future work as a social worker. She hopes to bridge social justice with her background in healthcare and GWSS to provide a more holistic approach with those she serves by developing programs to address root causes of ...

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Alka Kurian interviews Fatima Bhutto

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IAS faculty member Alka Kurian launches the second episode of her podcast #SouthAsianFilmsAndBooks. It is based on her conversation with Fatima Bhutto on her latest book New Kings of the World where the author talks about how mass-produced Western cultural products are being swept aside as a result of the rise of Bollywood films ...

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