IAS News

My Story: An Artist Around the World

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Last spring Cultural Studies alum Mateó B. Ochoa (’19) was awarded the prestigious Bonderman Travel Fellowship, a rare opportunity to travel the world independently. Over the next eight months, Ochoa will visit Brazil, China, Colombia, Egypt, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Taiwan, Philippines, Rwanda, South Korea and Ghana ...

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IAS faculty promotions

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IAS faculty members Yolanda Padilla and Amoshaun Toft were officially notified by the UW Provost’s Office of their promotion from Assistant to Associate Professor (with tenure). 

Congratulations Yolanda and Amoshaun!!! 

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IAS students exhibit artwork on campus

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IAS student artwork is now on display in Husky Hall 1510 throughout Winter quarter, 2020. IAS faculty member Ted Hiebert led this effort, which we hope will lead to more full-time access to campus spaces for student art work. The students displaying their work include ...

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Melanie Malone awarded Royalty Research Fund

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IAS faculty member Melanie Malone received a Royalty Research Fund (RRF) of $39,993 for her research on contaminant sources in organic urban community gardens. Building off her pilot project on contamination in soils in urban community gardens in Seattle, WA and Brooklyn, NY, the RRF will allow Malone to ...

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Colin Davis publishes their first book on gender, sexuality, and spirituality

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Recent alum Colin Davis (Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies, '17) has published their first book Outside the Charmed Circle (Llewellyn, January 2020) under their nom de plume Misha Magdalene. The book draws on Davis' academic work in the IAS program to explore the intersections of gender, sexuality, queer theory, and spirituality. Outside the Charmed Circle engages with LGBTQIA+ readers and allies, offering ...

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