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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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Ching-In Chen publishes two poems in Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen has published the poems “Self-Portrait, Cannibal/Reversal/Break In/Benediction” and “Self-Portrait, Shipping Container/Driving Through Night/Jury” in the Radical Transnationalism: Reimagining Solidarities, Violence, Empires issue of Meridians ...

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Ching-In Chen publishes “15” in Lavender Review

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen has published “15,” from the hybrid series, Houston in Compilation, in Lavender Review’s December issue. Lavender Review is a literary journal published by Headmistress Press dedicated to lesbian poetry and art.

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Ching-In Chen awarded Contemplative Social Justice Scholar grant

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen has been awarded a grant as a Contemplative Social Justice Scholar to attend the 2019 Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education conference at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The 2019 ACMHE conference is focused on Radical Well-Being in Higher Education: Approaches for Renewal, Justice, and Sustainability and will share how contemplative practices, including ...

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Ching-In Chen curates a series of new poems in response to a New Asian Futurisms exhibit

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IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen has curated a series of new poems in response to a New Asian Futurisms exhibit currently on display at Philadelphia’s Asian Arts Initiative through December 6. In New Asian Futurisms, artists re-repaired the imaginations of fragmented pasts and observed multiple histories of diverse communities in looking forward to the future. In their work ...

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