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The Feral Atlas website (co-edited by Anna Tsing, Jennifer Deger, Alder Keleman Saxena, and Feifei Zhou) is a digital-humanities feat. With astonishing artistry and scholarship, it leads visitors through scenarios in which the environments of humans and non humans entangle...
This session has been rescheduled for Monday, June 6th from 4:00-5:00pm. Please register here.Got an interesting idea for a digital scholarship project? Or thinking about presenting a capstone or a thesis in a more engaging way? Come join us for...
Since a decade we observe that representative democracies in Europe and in the United Statesof America are endangered. A growing segment of the population is not only losing trust into the political elites, but also in democratic institutions. One consequence...
This symposium focuses on the conjunction among Indigenous, Black, Chicanx, queer, and feminist legal scholars, artists, and activists who are working to create more inclusive and just political frameworks across North, Central, and South America. In the Cuna language of...
Please join the University of Washington Bothell Labor Studies Colloquium, the Labor Stories During Pandemic Times class and the From the Convergence Zone reading series for a reading and conversation with Peter Bacho from his just-released book, Uncle Rico's Encore...
ABOUT THE LECTURESlavic mythology has recently enjoyed unprecedented levels of global popularity, mostly thanks to the success of Andrzej Sapkowski’s The Witcher book cycle and its adaptations – CD Projekt Red’s video game trilogy and Netflix’s live action show. This presentation will...
This talk focuses on the Cornell-Peru Project at Vicos, a midcentury story of how a group of anthropologists and other behavioral scientists assumed control of an ailing hacienda in the Peruvian highlands and transformed it and its almost 2,500 indigenous...
This event is part of the lecture series on Ukrainian history and culture at the University of Washington in the spring of 2022.ABOUT THE LECTUREAfter the collapse of the USSR, the history of the Holocaust in Ukraine became a prominent...
Anthropologist Darren Byler shows that the mass detention of over one million Muslims in “reeducation camps” is part of resource extraction in Uyghur and Kazakh lands that have led to what he calls terror capitalism. This talk will show how...