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This past spring, IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk and her collaborator Terri Witek took part in a roundtable conversation of poets and book artists convened by writer Amanda Earl to discuss their poetics.
This spring 2022 Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies professor Dr. Julie Shayne launched a new course called The Power of Feminist Writing.
IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen has been selected as the 2022-23 Writer in Residence in Poetry.
A study by IAS faculty member Santiago Lopez may assist decision makers in planning local and geolocated interventions that directly respond to the socio-environmental contexts of Amazonian communities.
Essay Press and the UWB MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics are excited to announce the 2021 winners of their collaborative book contest: Jade Lascelles and Sarah Rose Nordgren.