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Dan Berger says incarcerated people must be freed to halt virus spread

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When the coronavirus pandemic hit Washington state, IAS faculty member Dan Berger thought immediately of prisons. As co-curator of the Washington Prison History Project, Berger joined a chorus of activists and scholars calling for Gov. Jay Inslee to release many of the 19,000 people incarcerated in the state’s prisons and jails. Read his interview in University of Washington Magazine.

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Jennifer Atkinson featured on KUOW's Speakers Forum

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IAS faculty member Jennifer Atkinson's work on eco-anxiety and her podcast Facing It were featured on KUOW's Speakers Forum in a segment titled Solastalgia and you. ‘The pain was necessary to know the truth.’  From producer John O'Brien:

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IAS Faculty Members Win Simpson Center Funding Awards

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Five IAS faculty members won Simpson Center for the Humanities awards in the Spring 2020 funding round. Dan BergerChing-In ChenNeil SimpkinsRon Krabill, and Ben Gardner's funded projects include ...

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Helen K. Thomas receives Fulbright Award to conduct participatory research in Nigeria

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IAS alum Helen K. Thomas (M.A. in Cultural Studies, '16) has received a Fulbright Award to conduct research on using literature to cultivate empowerment and global citizenship in girls in Nigeria. Helen has continued to pursue her research interests in black representation and young adult fiction and its formative power for young black readers.  She will be pursuing ...

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Karam Dana: "Faculty keep creating impact while flattening the curve"

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IAS faculty member Karam Dana wrote an article, "Faculty keep creating impact while flattening the curve," for UW Magazine, highlighting the monumental accomplishments of UW faculty in responding to the instructional challenges of COVID19. 

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