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The projects described in this section may be completed products, ongoing activities, or work in progress.

  • The Black Embodiments Studio
  • Womxn Who Rock Logo
  • Media
  • Akanksha Misra awarded Simpson Centers Society of Scholars
  • The Black Embodiments Studio
  • Black, Purple and Gold
Author/Title Research Type Related Fields
"From Ayotzinapa to Ferguson, Fue el Estado: Indigenous Epistemologies and Transnational Solidarity in Response to State Violence," Decolonial Feminist Praxis: Centering Knowledge and Resistance at the Margins. Eds. Annie I Fukushima and K. Melchor Hall for Democratizing Knowledge Project Fellows. 2021.  Presentations, Projects, Publications, Essays Activism, Decolonial, Global Studies, Indigenous, Radical Pedagogy, Social Justice, Transnational, Violence and Trauma
Akanksha Misra, "Sex Education and Sexual Citizenship in Schools in India and Turkey," Society of Scholars, Walter Chapin Simpson Center for the Humanities, 2018-2019. Projects Education
Womxn Who Rock Community Research Project, (Un)Conference, and Film Festival.  2010-present. Presentations, Projects Class, Collaboration, Community, Gender, Media Studies, Music, Race and Ethnicity, Sexuality, Women, Women of Color
Kemi Adeyemi, The Black Embodiments Studio, Walter Chapin Simpson Center for the Humanities, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, 2017-2018. Projects African American, Art
Reimagining the Humanities PhD and Reaching New PublicsRegina Yung Lee, PhDGraduate Seminar Development - Feminist New Media StudiesSimpson Center for the HumanitiesSummer 2017 Projects New Media
Black, Purple, & Gold - Exploring Black Student Life at UW Projects, Undergraduate, Class Projects African American, Community, Gender
Ethnography Unbound: Experiments in New Scholarship, Sasha Su-Ling Welland, Ph.D., 2016 Projects Ethnography
Kemi Adeyemi, The Black Embodiments Studio, Walter Chapin Simpson Center for the Humanities, The Jacob Lawrence Gallery, 2019-2020. Projects African American, Art