University of Washington Links
News tagged with 'any keyword'
The Simpson Center for the Humanities announces six Mellon Fellows for Reaching New Publics in the Humanities.
What are we celebrating these days at the Simpson Center? We’re so glad you asked …
The research cluster Affect & Audience in the Digital Age brings a distinctly collaborative approach for rethinking poetry in the digital era.
Rainer Forst argued for a particular democratic notion of toleration in a full Kane Hall auditorium on Wedneday, April 29.
Jim Gregory's drive to bring history beyond the academy—at times exposing uncomfortable truths—makes him a fitting recipient for the Barclay Simpson Prize for Public Scholarship.
A recent talk by human rights activist Omar Barghouti brought into stark relief the challenge of debating Palestine in public.
German philosopher and political theorist Rainer Forst speaks on questions of religious and racial intolerance.
The AIDS Memorial Quilt forms an extraordinary mosaic of human grief and resolve, yet it risks fading into history. Learn about Anne Balsamo's work to bring it to life online.
Learn how the Teaching with Technology interest group brings together teaching assistants to explore how new technologies are changing the craft of teaching.
The Simpson Center welcomes Jonathan Hiskes as its new Web and Communications Specialist.
Current elective for the Certificate in Public Scholarship
The Simpson Center for the Humanities announces its funding awards for the upcoming year.
Monica De La Torre (Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies) has accepted a position as Assistant Professor in Media & Expressive Culture at Arizona State University.
Heekyoung Cho (Asian Languages & Literature) has published a new book, Translation’s Forgotten History: Russian Literature, Japanese Mediation, and the Formation of Modern Korean Literature (2016) with Harvard University Press.
From the publisher:
These UW graduate students build connections between the UW and two-year colleges in the Seattle area, helping scholars and teachers understand the increasingly vital role of two-year colleges in higher education.
Gabriella Page-Fort and Elizabeth DeNoma visit UW to describe Amazon’s foray into the long-neglected field of translation publishing.
Angela Durán Real (Spanish & Portuguese) has conducted an innovative survey on attitudes toward study-abroad programs at South Seattle College.
Catherine M. Connors (Classics) has received a Distinguished Teaching Award as part of the University of Washington’s annual Awards of Excellence.
The conference Teaching World Literature will bring noted leaders in the field of world literature to the University of Washington on October 21-22, 2016.