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Amaranth Borsuk and Shannon Cram speak at "Earthly Impressions" symposium

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IAS faculty members Amaranth Borsuk and Shannon Cram spoke last week at a symposium organized by faculty in UW's Textual Studies Program and co-sponsored by the Simpson Center for the Humanities. Earthly Impressions considered points of contact between the history of the book and the environmental humanities. Borsuk spoke about "Destruction and Durability in Artists' Books," with particular attention to the holdings of the University of Washington's Special Collections. Cram discussed ...

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Shannon Cram publishes flash prose: "Mastectomy: Instructions Before Surgery"

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IAS faculty member Shannon Cram published a flash prose piece entitled "Mastectomy: Instructions Before Surgery" in the latest issue of Fugue (Issue 56).  This short creative nonfiction essay adopts the language of a how-to-guide, annotating the pre-operative instructions she received before her own mastectomy.  Cram's current book ...

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Shannon Cram comments in Henry Art Gallery series

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IAS faculty member Shannon Cram participated in the Henry Art Gallery's Viewpoints series which pairs works from the Henry's permanent collection with commentary from University of Washington faculty.  Cram joined UW Tacoma professor Beverly Naidus and UW Seattle professor Jennifer Nemhauser in responding to a collection of fourteen untitled prints by Bruce Conner. 

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Shannon Cram interviewed in California Magazine

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California Magazine interviewed IAS faculty member Shannon Cram about cleanup at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation and her related research.  As part of their conversation, Cram and reporter Glen Martin discuss the political, cultural, and pedagogical challenges of multi-millennial waste.  Read the interview ...

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Shannon Cram participates in Hanford Forum for Shared Conversation

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IAS faculty member Shannon Cram participated in the annual Hanford Forum for Shared Conversation in August.  The Forum is a three-day event that brings 40-50 people together each year to have open, insightful discussions about cleanup at Washington State's Hanford Nuclear Reservation.  Cram is ...

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