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Amaranth Borsuk’s video work featured in the Huffington Post

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IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk's video project from her new book As We Know was featured this week in the Huffington Post. The book and videos are a collaboration with writer Andy Fitch, who visited Bothell on January 20 as part of the From the Convergence Zone reading series. 

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Julie Shayne’s Taking Risks receives positive reviews

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Julie Shayne’s new book Taking Risks: Feminist Activism and Research in the Americas is out in paperback and receiving positive reviews. Taking Risks was reviewed by the journal Gender & Society. Reviewer Elizabeth Borland writes: “Editor Julie Shayne makes a strong case that reflections of feminist risk-taking of varying kinds and degrees help us recognize both the challenges and benefits that can result. For this reason...

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Joe Milutis publishes "Marcel Duchamp's The [Creative] Act"

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IAS faculty member Joe Milutis published "Marcel Duchamp's The [Creative] Act" with Gauss PDF.  The 14-page book transforms Duchamp's 1957 lecture "The Creative Act" into a playful commentary on interactivity in the digital age, complete with broken links and mad libs. ...

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Dan Berger joins advisory board of Global Dialogues on Incarceration

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger joined the advisory board for a national project on mass incarceration coordinated by the Global Dialogues program of the Humanities Action Lab at The New School. Global Dialogues on Incarceration will coordinate over 300 students from a dozen partner universities around the country...

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