Kari Lerum publishes two essays in The Sage Encyclopedia of LGBTQ+ Studies

Associate Professor Kari Lerum recently published two essays in the second edition of The Sage Encyclopedia of LGBTQ+ Studies. The first essay, “Sex work and Criminalization,” is a revised and updated version of Lerum’s essay by the same name appearing in the 2016 The Sage Encyclopedia of LGBTQ+ Studies. The essay defines sex work within...

April 17, 2024

Jin-Kyu Jung coauthors “Digital Food Apartheid: The Uneven Food Geographies of Seattle In The Era of Amazon”

Jin-Kyu Jung has published a co-authored paper, “Digital food apartheid: The uneven food geographies of Seattle in the era of Amazon” in Environment and Planning F: Philosophy, Theory, Models, Methods and Practice. The paper puts forward the concept of “digital food apartheid” to articulate differentiation in terms of one’s agency concerning their food that is...

March 14, 2024

Jennifer Atkinson’s book featured in the Climate Psychology Alliance of North America

Excerpts from Jennifer Atkinson’s forthcoming book, An Existential Toolkit for Climate Justice Educators: How to Teach in a Burning World, were published in the Climate Psychology Alliance of North America (CPA-NA). Atkinson worked with Dr. Sarah Jaquette Ray to co-edit this new field guide for teaching on climate injustice and building resilience in an age...

February 29, 2024

Julie Shayne presents at the annual winter Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS) meeting

Dr. Julie Shayne, Teaching Professor in Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies and Global Studies attended this year’s winter SWS conference “Queering SWS: Seeking Radical Inclusion in a Complex World.” Shayne moderated a panel titled “Feminist Responses to Gender-Based Violence in Transnational Perspective,” organized by her longtime collaborator Dr. Barbara Sutton from the University at Albany,...

February 1, 2024

Ching-In Chen selected for Analog Bodies and Virtual Activation

IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen has been selected for Analog Bodies and Virtual Activation, the EMERGENYC virtual incubator for artist-activists, housed at BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange in collaboration with Abron Arts Center and facilitated by ...

June 10, 2022

GWSS student Leah Curtis publishes Story of Pride with The Trevor Project

Leah Curtis (she/they) transferred to UW Bothell as a Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies (GWSS) major this academic year and she is already a published author! Curtis, a volunteer for the national organization The Trevor Project wrote a piece for their blog series Stories of Pride. In it ..

June 6, 2022

Charlie Collins publishes “Disrupting White racial dominance”

IAS faculty member Charlie Collins, along with IAS alumni Jeanne Macbeth, Allison R. Morgan, andTaylor M. Kenney, is co-author of a new article in the Journal of Community Psychology titled: "Disrupting White racial dominance: How White antiracists challenge the racial status quo in interpersonal relationships." ...

May 31, 2022