News from the School of IAS

Category: Research and Creative Practice

Anida Yoeu Ali publishes in ‘Southeast of Now’ Scholarly Journal

IAS faculty member Anida Yoeu Ali published "Uncharted Distance: Performing in Between Here and There” in Southeast of Now, a scholarly journal on art and visual culture, published online and in print by NUS Press, National University of Singapore. Ali’s article is ...

May 23, 2022

IAS Faculty Promotions

IAS faculty members Dan Berger, Joe Ferrare, Kristin Gustafson, William Hartmann, Jin-Kyu Jung, Kris Kellejian, Adam Romero, Masahiro Sugano, Min Tang, and Deirde Vinyard have been promoted in rank.

May 17, 2022

Jin-Kyu Jung leads qualitative GIS workshop in Copenhagen

IAS faculty member Jin-Kyu Jung led an one-day workshop on “Qualitative GIS and geo-visualization” for the Ph.D. course, “Developing Your Methodological Toolbox—Qualitative Research Methods across Design, Social Sciences, and the Humanities” at Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management at University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark. ...

May 6, 2022

Jennifer Atkinson gives the Earth Day Keynote lecture

IAS faculty member Jennifer Atkinson gave the Earth Day Keynote lecture for 2022 at Pacific Lutheran University. Her talk, titled "Beyond Climate Doom," focused on the psychological toll of climate disruption. As our climate crisis deepens, feelings of anxiety, grief, and ...

April 27, 2022

Ted Hiebert publishes “New Energy Holistics”

IAS faculty member Ted Hiebert published "New Energy Holistics: Speculations on the predicament of predictive living," in David Cecchetto, ed. My Mother Was a Computer—Catalyst: M. Beatrice Fazi (Seattle: Noxious Sector Press, 2022). Hiebert's essay explores ...

April 26, 2022