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Next year’s Katz Distinguished Lectures will touch on everything From Native American Earthworks that challenge the “new” in “New Materialism” and the art of living in the Anthropocene to mass incarceration and prison abolition, thanks to a stella
Here’s a roundup of programming, projects, and events that will be taking place at the Simpson Center this summer, including three summer institutes, two groups of summer fellows (one in the digital humanities, the other in public scholarship), an
Last month, the Simpson Center sent a handful of Indigenous doctoral candidates from the UW to the University of British Columbia for the 2019 HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory) Conference, the theme of w
Doctoral student Isaac Rivera (Geography) writes about Yvonne Swan and Nick Estes recent talk on the day after the national recognition of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Trans and Two-Spirit peoples, "For Swan, her story...
By Denise Grollmus
Join us for an informational session from 1 to 2 pm on Friday, May 24, in Communications 202 in anticipation of the Simpson Center’s fall 2019 funding round, during which faculty and graduate students will be invited to apply for
On the eve of the Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies’ first year, we take a look back at how faculty and graduate students have been working together through the Simpson Center to develop AIIS graduate studies, along with pathways and...

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