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IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk led a Critical Making Webinar, hosted by Professor Roger Whitson and sponsored by the Washington State University College of Arts and Sciences. The webinar focused on...
IAS faculty member Julie Shayne discussed her new book and presented a paper at the Pacific Sociological Association conference. Shayne’s book, Taking Risks: Feminist Activism and Research in the Americas, was featured at an author-meets-critics session at the conference.
IAS faculty member S. Charusheela spoke at conference at the University of California Riverside on "Unsettling the University: Confronting Capitalism and the Crisis of Higher Education."
IAS alum and Media and Communications Studies major Amen Meng had his documentary Horeta: The Journey Beyond Culture selected for a screening at the annual Langston Hughes African American Film Festival.
Congratulations to IAS faculty members Susan Harewood, Jin-Kyu Jung, and Janelle Silva, all of whom were finalists for the 2015 Distinguished Teaching Award, the highest honor given for teaching at the University of Washington.