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Alka Kurian interviews Fatima Bhutto

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IAS faculty member Alka Kurian launches the second episode of her podcast #SouthAsianFilmsAndBooks. It is based on her conversation with Fatima Bhutto on her latest book New Kings of the World where the author talks about how mass-produced Western cultural products are being swept aside as a result of the rise of Bollywood films ...

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Sakara Buyagawan and Jung Lee receive UW Bothell Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement Fellowship

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IAS staff members Sakara Buyagawan and Jung Lee received a UW Bothell Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement Fellowship to explore support options for international students. Their project goals are to identify available academic and career success resources for international students, to develop and cultivate partnerships between IAS and ...

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Gustafson and Adams present on mutual civic engagement

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A cross-campus collaboration focused on reciprocity and mutuality led Kristin Gustafson, IAS faculty, and Kara Adams, director of community engagement, to present their research at the Engagement Scholarship Consortium International Conference in October. The conference, held in Denver, focused on advancing community engagement in higher education.

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Wanda Gregory on the representation of race in Doctor Who

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IAS faculty member Wanda Gregory spoke at Los Angeles Comic Con on October 12th as part of a panel exploring the representation of race in the television series Doctor Who and other time travel movies and television shows.  She also had a presentation and extended abstract accepted for the Philosophy of Games Conference in St. Petersburg, Russia this month. Her ...

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UW Bothell recognized for contributions to American Indian and Indigenous Studies

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UW Bothell was recognized in a recent PMLA editor's column for its contributions to the UW's innovative projects in American Indian and Indigenous Studies. Last year, IAS faculty member William Hartmann facilitated a tri-campus collaboration that explored the role of creative community practices in advancing Indigenous wellness. With financial support from the Simpson Center for the Humanities, the UW Bothell Diversity Council, Cascadia College, and the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences ...

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