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Simpson Center News

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Seattle Times staff reporter Katherine Long’s most recent article on the changing landscape of
ethan ucker (English) has received a 2019 Humanities Without Walls Fellowship, one of 30 doctoral students selected nationwide.
The Whiting Public Engagement Fellowship provides an award of $50,000 to humanities professors to advance ambitious projects to infuse the richness, profundity, and nuance that give the humanities their lasting value into public
The fall 2018 Special Issue of the Western Humanities Review, on the theme of “humanities in the community,” is now available, and inside, you can find Annie Dwyer’s most recent publication, “The Humanities Doctoral Student in the Communi
 Barclay Simpson Prize for Scholarship in Public Nominations Due Friday, February 15, 2019
The Simpson Center for the Humanities announces our first round of funding awards for 2019-20 after receiving many strong proposals from University of Washington faculty and graduate students.
By Rachel Arteaga, Simpson Center Assistant Director
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Phillip Thurtle (History and Comparative History of Ideas) has a new book on the role of visual grids in the history of biology, with startling implications that fan outward into the nature of desire, bodies, and society.
Feminist Interventions book cover.
Lauren S. Berliner and Ron Krabill (both Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, UW Bothell) have co-edited a new book that examines practices that integrate participatory technology with feminist approaches.
The UW historian delivers a Katz Distinguished Lecture in the Humanities at 7 pm on Thursday, December 6.