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Kemi Adeyemi wants people to know that Black art is alive and well in Seattle — if you know where to look. Intellectual discourse on Black art in Seattle? She’s working on that.
Intensely Indigiqueer Poster From the Indigenous Feminisms Program: "Intensely Indiqueer" is the second and last night of programming the Indigenous Feminisms Program will offer this academic year. Last fall, we offered a highly successful evening with two Indigenous queer poets Billy-Ray Belcourt and Joshua Whitehead for the grand reveal of a Louie Gong blanket dedicated to the Indigenous LGBTQ community.
GWSS graduate student, Christina Yuen Zi Chung, received the Graduate School Chester Fritz International Research and Study Fellowship for 2019-2020. This fellowship will support Christina's ethnographic research in Hong Kong through its contemporary art production and its arts community.
GWSS graduate student, Mediha Sorma, received the Graduate School Chester Fritz International Research and Study Fellowship to support her work on "Militant Mothers of the Kurdish Resistance: Statelessness, Mothering and Subaltern Politics in the Contemporary Turkish Nation State. Mediha will doing her field work in Istanbul during autumn quarter.
College to Career Flyer Wondering what you can do with a GWSS degree? Come check out the Career Panel brought to you by American Ethnic Studies, American Indian Studies and GWSS. You will hear directly from recent graduates who have gone on to do amazing and sometimes even surprising things with their degrees. Come get inspired and learn more about all the possibilities you can open with a degree in GWSS.
GWSS graduate student, Stephanie Yingyi Wang, received the Graduate School Chester Fritz International Research and Study Fellowship for 2019-2020.
Focus on the Behavior You Want - Artist Talk with shawné michaelain holloway Wednesday, May 1, 2019 Art Building, Jacob Lawrence Gallery
Associate Professor of Feminist Studies, Amanda Lock Swarr joined GWSS faculty in 2005. Her research includes queer and trans studies, sexual violence, medical inequalities, and feminist politics. Professor Swarr is the author of Sex in Transition: Remaking Gender and Race in South Africa and she is the co-editor of Critical Feminist Transnational Praxis (with Richa Nagar). Read more about Associate Professor Amanda Lock Swarr.