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Simpson Center for the Humanities

Simpson Center News

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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.
Minda Martin (Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, UW Bothell) has completed a documentary film about the civ
Collage of photos from the students in Seattle Upside Down
Students expose layers hidden beneath the city’s wealth through summer research institute.
Gillian Harkins (English) has developed a new graduate seminar based on her work as a 2016
Jordanna Bailkin (History) has a new book with Oxford University Press delving into the history of refugee c
Man stands in front of housing tower.
Anthropologist Darren Byler chronicles artistic culture in Northwest China amid a massive security crackdown.
Campus totem pole, law school building, and new Burke Museum
We are delighted to announce our full funding awards for the 2018-19 academic year.
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The philosopher speaks as part of a year-long exploration of race and capitalism.