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IAS Letter of Support to our AAPI Students

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As we begin Spring Quarter, we are once again bearing witness to the rise of anti-Asian violence, rhetoric, and discrimination in the U.S. These letters and statements have become far too common within the university and the public at large. While statements might feel devoid of action, we believe it is our duty as your teachers, advisors, mentors, and community to publicly state that we vehemently condemn the violence towards Asians/Asian Americans that have been occurring in the U.S. ...

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My Story: Call me Dr., not Julie

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IAS faculty member Julie Shayne asks students to address her as Dr. instead of professor to acknowledge her Ph.D. and to respect the academic achievements of women and marginalized faculty. In “My Story: Call me Dr., not Julie,” Shayne discusses how the WSJ op-ed addressing First Lady Dr. Jill Biden as "kiddo" impacted her and why the piece is a display of structural misogyny.

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Practicing social justice with Snohomish County

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Students in the Master of Arts in Policy Studies program gained practical experience in a winter quarter partnership with Snohomish County’s new Office of Social Justice. As part of IAS faculty member Charlie Collin’s Practicum for Policy Studies course, the students worked on three projects: an assessment of marginalized communities; a comparison of strategies with other governments; and a survey of diversity, equity and inclusion among county employees.

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UW Bothell ranked a top Fulbright institution

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The University of Washington Bothell continues to be recognized for producing Fulbright scholars, with three IAS faculty members receiving recent awards. They include Alka Kurian, who will conduct research on transnational fourth wave feminisms in Morocco; Jed Murr, who will teach ethnic American literature in Slovenia; and David Goldstein, who will teach American studies in Japan.

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On the Boards announces Berette S Macaulay as inaugural Curatorial Fellow

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The performing arts organization, On the Boards, has announced M.A. in Cultural Studies alum Berette S Macaulay as their inaugural Curatorial Fellow. Macaulay is a multidisciplinary artist, curator, and writer from Jamaica and Sierra Leone whose research and visual arts practice engage themes of belonging, identity-performance, illegibility, love, memory, and mythmaking. The Curatorial Fellow has ...

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