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VIDEO: Don’t Look Away Yet – Final Project on Climate Justice for IAS Global Agitation Course

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Artist-in-Residence Anida Yoeu Ali posed the final project for BISIA 383 Interdisciplinary Arts Workshop: Global Agitation Art & Activism as a simple challenge: Consider an important issue in your world and create an artistic work of art or an action that addresses, responds and/or challenges that issue. At the heart of the work you should consider the role of agitation as a tool to creating the final project. Use your resources, your passion, your campus and your peers. See the video here:

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#ShoulderToShoulder an IAS class creates a #MannequinChallenge video denouncing hate and Islamophobia

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An IAS class of 43 students created a response to the #MannequinChallenge as their final project. On December 8, 2016 students from BISCLA 380 Arts in Context: Contemporary Muslim Artists stood shoulder-to-shoulder, alongside other classmates, deans, faculty, and staff of the University of Washington Bothell to denounce hate and Islamophobia. 

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Loren Redwood's Discovery Core class holds support of Dreamers event

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IAS faculty member Loren Redwood's Discovery Core class, BCORE 107G, held a support of Dreamers event on December 6th in the Activities and Recreation Center. The event provided information about the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act. The event also was intended to support undocumented students at risk of possible deportation under a new federal administration.

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Peter Brooks presents approaches to teaching cultivated community spaces surrounding games

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IAS faculty member Peter Brooks, along with his collaborator Kris Purzycki (UW Milwaukee), presented work on game-based pedagogy at the Computers & Writing (C&W) conference in Rochester, New York.  They participated on a panel on "Approaches to Teaching Cultivated Community Spaces Surrounding Games."  Peter's work focused ...

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Dan Berger publishes on the ongoing history of opposition to racism and the American prison system

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger published two pieces on the ongoing history of opposition to racism and the American prison system. He published an article in Jacobin magazine about the nationwide prison strike that took place this fall. The strike, which involved more than 20,000 participants across the country, builds on a rich history of protest against prison conditions. Berger was also one of five scholars from around the country to curate a "Prison Abolition Syllabus" for ...

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