IAS News

Jason Lambacher delivers paper on “The Politics of Ecological Nostalgia”

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IAS faculty member Jason Lambacher attended the annual conference of the Western Political Science Association (WPSA) this month in Vancouver, B.C. The WPSA is the regional professional association of political scientists and is internationally known as a hot spot for work in environmental political theory.  He delivered an environmental political theory paper titled, “The Politics of Ecological Nostalgia.”  Lambacher's paper ...

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Diana Garcia-Snyder performs, promotes, and teaches about Butoh

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IAS faculty member Diana Garcia-Snyder was recently interviewed by KCTS9 Arts & Culture series  "Dare to be Ugly: Dance That Goes Beyond the Beautiful" highlighting the 8th Annual Seattle International Butoh Festival (SIBF), a two week celebration of butoh dance which ran March 31st- April 9th. Since 2009 Diana has served as Co-Director and performer with DAIPANbutoh, Seattle’s premier Butoh company which produces SIBF.

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Amaranth Borsuk publishes audio poem

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IAS faculty member Amaranth Borsuk has a new piece in Daily Gramma. Borsuk's audio poem, "elegy facing crochet holes and knit slubs with running stitch," is at once personal and outward-looking, an attempt to think through modes of mourning and resistance as they pass through hands engaged in the craft of caring. The title's impossible act references an attempt to ...

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Mitoha Ondo’o Ayekaba named 2017 African Leadership Institute Archbishop Tutu Leadership Fellow

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Former Policy Studies student Mitoha Ondo’o Ayekaba has been named to the 2017 African Leadership Institute Tutu Leadership Fellowship Programme cohort.  As African Leadership Institute’s (AFLI) flagship programme, the Tutu Leadership Fellowship Programme welcomes an elite group of Africa’s highest potential young leaders, representing a wide range of sectors.  AFLI is dedicated to identifying, nurturing, and equipping Africa’s future leaders with experiences, insights, and tools so that African-led solutions are developed to address Africa’s challenges. The Institute provides ...

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Julie Shayne presents about her newest book project at the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA) conference

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IAS faculty member Julie Shayne attended the PSA April 6-8, 2017 where she presented a paper about her newest book project. Shayne is working on an edited collection tentatively titled Mobilizing the University: Curriculum, Space, and SolidarityMobilizing the University will be an interdisciplinary, edited collection which focuses on the relationship between social justice activism and the university in the Americas. Contributors will use an intersectional feminist framework to ...

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