News from School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
Jennifer Atkinson gave keynote addresses at the American Museum of Natural History in New York and Evergreen State College in Washington addressing the emotional toll of our climate crisis.
October 17, 2022
IAS faculty member Min Tang recently published an article titled: The challenge of the cloud: between transnational capitalism and data sovereignty for the Information, Communication & Society (iCS) scholarly journal.
October 4, 2022
University of Washington Bothell professor and economics expert, S. Charusheela was the featured guest at the annual Mirror Stage Activism Brunch in North Seattle this past weekend.
September 15, 2022
This spring 2022 Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies professor Dr. Julie Shayne launched a new course called The Power of Feminist Writing.
August 16, 2022
The University of Washington Bothell Labor Studies Colloquium is pleased to announce the launch of their new website. The UW Bothell Labor Studies Colloquium is an ongoing campus initiative to study ...
May 17, 2022
IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen has been commissioned as a Writing the Land poet to write poems about Misery Point Preserve for the Great Peninsula Conservancy in Kitsap County. Writing the Land partners with various nonprofit and environmental organizations to ...
April 25, 2022
In IAS faculty member Ron Krabill's course, Media Studies: Human Rights Public Culture, students gain the knowledge needed to intervene in human rights violations. “We often think that no one is against human rights, but someone is. Otherwise, they wouldn’t continue to be violated,” notes Krabill. “This course is about identifying the stakeholders who benefit from the perpetuated harm and figuring out how to use media to intervene.”
December 14, 2021
IAS faculty member Ching-In Chen has joined the editorial board of Hyphen Magazine as a Visual Arts editor on the Arts and Culture team. Hyphen is a news and culture magazine, media outlet, and community partner that illuminates Asian America through ...
November 23, 2021
IAS faculty member Minda Martin screened her essay film Ramps to Nowhere on November 15, 2021 to more than 350 attendees hosted by Front and Centered, King County Equity Now, Disability Rights Washington, Seattle Neighborhood Greenways, 350 Seattle, Social Justice Film Institute, and Meaningful Movies. ...
November 22, 2021
IAS faculty member Melanie Malone and colleagues from UW Seattle led a project to facilitate community research on the Lower Duwamish Superfund. The project, "Co-creating an Adaptive Community-Science Network: Supporting Tribal and Grassroots Action through the Puget Creek Watershed Assessment," ...
November 19, 2021