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In this event, UW faculty member Sasha Senderovich (Slavic and Jackson School) will discuss his new book, “How the Soviet Jew Was Made” (Harvard University Press, 2022). Moderated by Aria Fani (Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures). Book signing, champagne toasts...
The Simpson Center for the Humanities invites current graduate students at the masters and doctoral levels to a meet-and-greet event to make connections across the many departments and disciplines of the humanities and social sciences at the University of Washington...
Opening Remarks: 9:30-10:15am, Room 332 in the UW HUBChristoph Giebel is Associate Professor of International Studies and History, Jackson School of International Studies, UW. His research and teaching interests concern 20th c. Viet Nam; Comparative Colonialisms and (French and US) imperialism...
Potential career opportunities in international development - Conversation with Katja KammererKatja Kammerer is Director of the Division for Commissioning Parties at Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), which coordinates institutional relationship with German Public Sector Commissioners, the European Union, International Donors...
Join us for the opening event of the 2022-2023 Imagining Trans Futures cross-disciplinary research cluster! We aim to support trans scholars in their research and writing as well as to bring trans scholars to the UW community through a speaker...
“We Lead Ourselves,” a rallying cry for newly independent and non-aligned nations, reflects how architecture and urbanism embodied decolonizing movements in India, East Pakistan (Bangladesh), West Pakistan (Pakistan), and Ceylon (Sri Lanka) during the mid-twentieth century. Openings toward cross-border alliances...
A dual book launch and conversation with history professors Moon-Ho Jung and Vicente Rafael.  Moon-Ho Jung presents his book on Asian and Asian-American radicalism and the making of the US National Security state: Menace to Empire: Anticolonial Solidarities and the...
Dr. Oriel Siu will read her latest children's book, Christopher the Ogre Cologre, It's Over!, which dismantles one of the biggest lies still taught in schools today: the myth of discovery. It is the first children's book to openly talk...
AN ON-LINE CONVERSATION WITH WASHINGTON STATE LEADERS IN WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Pacific)Hosted on Zoom: Register Now!As the ongoing pandemic continues to exasperate existing disparities, can workforce development programs help address income inequality perpetuated by racism, sexism, xenophobia, homophobia...