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Anida Yoeu Ali exhibits artwork in 4 different countries

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IAS faculty member Anida Yoeu Ali exhibited her artworks in four different countries. Ali is an internationally recognized artist whose works span performance, installation, video, images, public encounters, and political agitation. This past November Ali’s works were on view concurrently at the Jogja National Museum (Indonesia), Stedelijk Museum Schiedam  (The Netherlands), Gajah Gallery (Singapore) and the Kunsthall Trondheim (Norway). ...

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Jennifer Atkinson discusses climate grief with LA Times

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IAS faculty member Jennifer Atkinson was interviewed by the Los Angeles Times for a story exploring the emotional impact of our climate crisis. As 2020 kicked off with the world's attention focused on the Australian bushfires, there has been little discussion of the far-reaching mental health consequences of such disasters. Atkinson explained that we still primarily frame climate change as a scientific or technical problem, when in fact it is a deeply emotional issue as well ...

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United States Senator Patty Murray receives her copy of Badass Womxn in the Pacific Northwest!

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Senator Patty Murray is one of the “badass womxn” featured in a zine created by IAS faculty member Julie Shayne’s students. Students in her Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS) class “Rad Womxn in the Global South” (BIS 227) named themselves the UWB Zine Queenz and ...

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Jung Lee nominated for Distinguished Staff Award

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Jung Lee, Policy Studies alum and currently IAS's Assistant Director of Academic Services has been selected as one of the 2020 nominees for the University of Washington Distinguished Staff Award. The Distinguished Staff Award honors outstanding University of Washington staff and teams...

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Katherine Shaw blends laughter and feminism at The Syndrome Mag

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Katherine Shaw has always appreciated comedy, and she has recently embraced the title "funny woman." In fact, humor was a much needed relief during her 4+ years working in community health care. Clinic life was extremely stressful, requiring her to respond to life-threatening situations on a daily basis. “Seeing the humorous side of things has always been my form of medication” she says, but the stress took a toll on her personal health. “It's kind of funny - all my years of studying trauma and yet there I was, being traumatized by my career without realizing it,” she says. Eventually, Shaw found her exit and opened a ...

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