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Jennifer Dubrow, Associate Professor of Asian Languages and Literature, recently published her article, “Singing the Revolution: India’s Anti-CAA Protests and Faiz’s ‘Hum Dekhenge
In Time’s recent special issue on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.—which coincided with the opening of the immersive virtual exhibit The March
Applications are now open for six supplemental graduate fellowships in the amount of $5000 for the period September 16, 2020 - June 15, 2021, for graduate students whose work and research involves Western civilization, broadly defined.
In keeping with our mission of connecting people across the College of Arts & Sciences and beyond, we've gathered together resources from across and beyond the UW, from emergency funds for adjunct faculty and undocumented folks to departmental
Illustration by Olaf Hajek for The New York Times, 2012
In this time of upheaval and vulnerability, the Simpson Center is committed to fulfilling its mission of fostering crossdisciplinary exchange and building intellectual communities across the UW and beyond, while also working to secure much-needed
In our latest Reimagining the PhD blog post, Adrian Kane-Galbraith, a doctoral candidate in History, reflects on how his experiences as a Mellon Fellow have revealed the way in which the complicated power dynamics of teaching assistantships create...