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Building Community: A Writing Group for Trans Scholars

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IAS faculty members Ching-In Chen and Neil Simpkins have launched a UW-wide Imagining Trans Futures research group.  Funded by the Simpson Center for the Humanities, the group support trans scholars in their research and writing and to bring trans studies scholars to the UW community through a speaker series open to the public. The aim of this group is ...

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IAS Faculty Members Win Simpson Center Funding Awards

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Five IAS faculty members won Simpson Center for the Humanities awards in the Spring 2020 funding round. Dan BergerChing-In ChenNeil SimpkinsRon Krabill, and Ben Gardner's funded projects include ...

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Ching-In Chen in @Salon: Queer Sound 2020 Showcase

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen’s ‘Household Mutations’ was selected for inclusion by curator Samuel Ace for the @Salon Pride: Queer Sound 2020 showcase. In the month of June, sound artists from the showcase will be featured in a Live Zoom series in conversation and performance on Tuesdays, 5p PDT. Ching-In Chen, Ian Hatcher and micha cárdenas will be ...

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Ching-In Chen selected for the 2020 Jack Straw Writers Program

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen has been selected to be one of twelve writers for the 2020 Jack Straw Writers Program by curator Anastacia-Renée. The program features voice and presentation training, in-studio interviews, public readings, a published anthology, and podcasts. ...

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 Ching-In Chen: “South in Hundreds: missing one hundred”

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen’s “South in Hundreds: missing one hundred” was selected by guest curator Meg Day for the Academy of American Poets’ Poem-A-Day Series, which is sent out to 450,000 subscribers daily. The series initially began as one-hundred-word segments, which were braided to evoke the ghostly dislocations and detachments of relocating from Houston to Seattle. You can ...

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