IAS News

Alka Kurian Co-directs the 10th Seattle South Asian Film Festival

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IAS faculty member Alka Kurian co-directed the 10th Seattle South Asian Film Festival (SSAFF) October 15 - 25, 2015. Held over five cities in the Greater Seattle area, with nearly 60 films, and 25 invited filmmakers, SSAFF is the biggest and the most diverse film festival of its kind in the US. 

As part of the festival ...

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Julie Shayne Presents Taking Risks at Howard Zinn Book Fair

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IAS faculty member Julie Shayne presented her edited book Taking Risks: Feminist Activism and Research in the Americas (SUNY 2014; 2015) at the Second Annual Howard Zinn Book Fair in San Francisco. Shayne read her essay “Mother’s Day” which discusses her decision to prioritize family, quality of life, and ultimately ...

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Dan Berger speaks on Captive Nation in Baltimore

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IAS faculty member Dan Berger gave three talks in Baltimore based on his book Captive Nation: Black Prison Organizing in the Civil Rights Era.  Berger gave a lecture at Goucher College on “Prisons, State Violence, and the Organizing Tradition.”  At the annual meeting of ...

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Deborah Caplow Works on Exhibitions of Mexican Art

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IAS faculty member Deborah Caplow helped organize "Art & Protest Through the Eyes of ASARO," an exhibition of Mexican political prints at the North Seattle College Art Gallery.  She provided many of prints, photographs, and ephemera for the exhibition, wrote the wall texts, and gave a talk about Mexican political art. The show runs through December 11th.  

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David Goldstein Publishes Clickers in the Classroom

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David Goldstein, along with co-editor Peter Wallis of UW IT, published Clickers in the Classroom: Using Classroom Response Systems to Increase Student Learning (Stylus Press). The book includes ...

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