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Testing soil for hidden contaminants in community gardens

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IAS faculty member Melanie Malone's work on contamination in urban gardens and in the Duwamish Valley Research Coordination Network is featured on the UW News site. The story and video feature Malone teaching interns and community partners how to safely ...

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Reducing harm and promoting justice for trans and intersex people

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At the 2021 Society for Community Research and Action (APA Division 27) Biennial Conference, IAS students Jessica Belmont, Jordan Havlicek, and Luke Scott joined Reid Ellefson-Frank, another trans undergraduate student-researcher from Michigan State University, Yale post doc and LGBTQIA+ scholar Dani Chiaramonte, and IAS faculty member Lauren Lichty to talk about the experience engaging in participatory action research (PAR) in a session titled ...

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IAS faculty organize and perform at “Still/Hear: A Healing Concert”

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On Friday, May 14, 2021 IAS faculty members Anida Yoeu Ali, Masahiro Sugano, and Naomi Macalalad Bragin co-organized alongside students of Global Media Lab a healing concert to demand an end to Anti-Asian violence. The healing concert titled “Still/Hear” was a response to the Asian American community's experiences of ...

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Jeanne Heuving named Judith E. Wilson Poetry Fellow

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IAS faculty member Jeanne Heuving will be the Judith E. Wilson Poetry Fellow at Cambridge University (UK) beginning Fall 2021 through Spring 2022.  During her fellowship, Heuving will write a new book to add to her series of books that ...

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Jeanne Heuving edits volume on Nathaniel Mackey

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IAS faculty member Jeanne Heuving is the editor of a collection of essays on the writer Nathaniel Mackey, a book of ten separate essays, with an introduction by Heuving, published by the University of Iowa Press.  The essays cover ...

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