IAS News

Julie Shayne organizes panel on the lecturer track/tenure track hierarchy

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IAS faculty member, and Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS) coordinator, Julie Shayne, was asked to organize a panel discussion about the lecturer track/tenure track hierarchy at this year's Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) conference in Denver, Colorado. Her session was called “Upsetting the Tenure/Non-Tenure Track Hierarchy: An Interactive Conversation” and it was based on a blog post she wrote for ...

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Sara Maxwell's research highlighted in the Washington Post

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IAS faculty member Sara Maxwell is quoted in a Washington Post article on using advances in data analysis to inform regulation of the fishing industry in the interests of protecting endangered species. Addressing the current state of regulatory practice, Maxwell says: "The whole structure is antiquated. It assumes a level of stability that is definitely not happening ... The climate is changing. Fisheries are not prepared." Read the full article:

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IAS faculty promotions

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IAS faculty members Christian Anderson, Amaranth Borsuk, and Lauren Lichty were official notified by the UW Provost’s Office of their promotion from Assistant to Associate Professor (with tenure).

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Masahiro Sugano selected for Rah Artist Residency in Tehran, Iran

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From Dec 7 - Dec 31, 2018, IAS faculty member Masahiro Sugano traveled to Tehran, Iran on invitation of the Rah Artist Residency program. During his residency he presented a collection of his film works in a retrospective screening at Jaleh Gallery in Tehran and gave an artist talk at the University of Tehran. The 3-week residency also ...

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Anida Yoeu Ali publishes two poems in the Massachusetts Review

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IAS faculty member Anida Yoeu Ali published two poems titled “Reflections” and “Camp” in the latest issue of the Massachusetts Review (Volume 59, Issue 4). This special issue themed around Asian American Literature is titled “Rethinking the Canon” and appears by way of a partnership between the Massachusetts Review, the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center (APAC), and the University of Connecticut Institute for Asian and Asian American Studies, with a guest editorial committee of Cathy J. Schlund-Vials, Lawrence-Minh Bùi Davis, Rajini Srikanth, and Min Hyoung Song. It ...

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