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Amaranth Borsuk Participates in Roundtable on Visual Poetry and Poetics

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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.

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Dr. Julie Shayne publishes piece about her class The Power of Feminist Writing

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This spring 2022 Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies professor Dr. Julie Shayne launched a new course called The Power of Feminist Writing.

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Santiago Lopez publishes a paper in the journal Applied Geography

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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.

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Alka Kurian awarded South Asia Center Course Development Grant

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IAS faculty member Alka Kurian has been awarded a South Asia Center Course Development Grant. The grant awards Kurian awarded $2500 in summer salary for the development of a course titled: "Human Rights and Resistance ...

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Coming alive with performance

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When most people think of performance, they think of dance recitals, plays or concerts. But according to IAS faculty member Anida Yoeu Ali, performance is something anyone can do, at anytime, anywhere. “Everything can be a stage, and any place can be a gallery,” Ali said. “It’s just a switch in your thinking.” 

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