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fabian romero passes general examination
fabian romero successfully completed their general examinations and advanced to candidacy. fabian’s committee— Dian Million, Jean Dennison, Sasha Welland, and Chandan Reddy — examined fabian on three linked fields: 1) Comparative Race Studies and Settler Colonialism; 2) Black Feminisms and Indigenous Feminisms; and, 3) Performing Co-Resistance. The committee was unanimous in its conviction that these fields richly prepare fabian for writing an exciting, important and innovative dissertation.
Christina Yuen Zi Chung helps found Lausan
Christina Yuen Zi Chung helped found Lausan 流傘 this summer: About Lausan: Sharing decolonial left perspectives on Hong Kong
Iris Viveros Avendano
Congratulations to Iris Viveros Avendaño for the publication of her chapter, "Performing Polyrhythmic Resistance," in the newly published collection Transatlantic Malagueñas and Zapateados in Music, Song and Dance: Spaniards, Natives, Africans, Roma, edited by K.Meira Goldberg, Walter Aaron Clark and Antoni Pizà.
Celebrate the accomplishments of the 2019 Summer Institute in the Arts and Humanities undergraduate researchers, attend Bulrusher - directed by Valerie Curtis-Newton, and more! Featured on UW News 
Tylir McKenzie successfully defends dissertation
Congratulations to Tylir McKenize, who successfully defended their dissertation, "Praxis in the Trenches: A self-study of feminist assessment of student learning in online education."
Michelle Kritz Morado
The Department of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies is pleased to confer Admissions to Candidacy for a Doctoral Degree in Feminist Studies to Michelle Kritz Morado, Ph.C.
Shuxuan Zhou is a Mellon/ACLS Public Fellow
The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) has announced its newest Mellon/ACLS Public Fellows for 2019 which includes GWSS alum, Shuxuan Zhou. Dr. Zhou has been appointed as a Senior Researcher for the Seattle Office for Civil Rights.
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Columns - The University of Washington Alumni Magazine "Postdoc program brings new voices to Eastern Washington"