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Ching-In Chen has been commissioned as Writing the Land poet

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen has been commissioned as a Writing the Land poet to write poems about Misery Point Preserve for the Great Peninsula Conservancy in Kitsap County. Writing the Land partners with various nonprofit and environmental organizations to ...

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From Zine to Online Gallery: Growing and Reflecting in the Open

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May 19, 2022, IAS faculty member Deborah Hathaway, along with UW Bothell librarians Denise Hattwig and Chelsea Nesvig, presented “From Zine to Online Gallery: Growing and Reflecting in the Open” at the University of Washington Teaching & Learning Symposium. Their presentation focused on...

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Ching-In Chen presents "Q & A: Voices from Queer Asian North America"

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen presented as part of the Association for Asian American Studies conference last week on the 2022 Lambda Literary Finalist Q & A: Voices from Queer Asian North America anthology.  Chen discussed their sequence of poems in recombinant, which ...

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Ching-In Chen's "Queer Poetry: a Zuihitsu" published in The Margins

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen’s “Queer Poetry: a Zuihitsu” and “Love Letter to Dear Zuihitsu” in the 随筆 | Zuihitsu Notebook, a folio of twenty-one poets’ pieces inspired by the Japanese genre of “following the brush,” published in The Margins ...

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Amoshaun Toft: Telling the same old story at Third and Pine

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IAS faculty member Amoshaun Toft is interviewed in "Telling the same old story at Third and Pine," a current analysis of homelessness discourse published by Real Change News. The article argues that that Toft’s previous research on homelessness discourse from 2008, along with a subsequent journal article from 2014, provides a useful framework for understanding the current framing of homeless sweeps in Seattle. 

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