This inter-campus, interdisciplinary, and international research collaboration explores the politics of global partnerships and knowledge production within international education. The project centers global research collaborators who simultaneously play the roles of researchers and activists, as well as instructors and program staff for study abroad programs.
The Translation Studies Hub at the University of Washington aims to further coalesce interest in translation on campus and beyond by building on existing and emergent faculty and graduate student research projects, courses, and initiatives.
A tri-campus trans studies research cluster that brings together cross-disciplinary scholars, artists, and leaders in conversation around the intersections between critical trans studies and trans knowledge production both inside and outside of the academy.
This research cluster seeks to develop practices of intentional kin-making across Black, Indigenous, and Diasporic communities by engaging abolition as a practice that builds up non-punitive and non-hierarchical forms of knowledge production.
Our holistic study of textiles includes the cultural and theoretical implications of textile crafts and objects, studies in aesthetics, adornment, and materiality, gendered labor, linguistic and literary poetics, among others.
This colloquium advances crucial conversations on world language and literature through an interdisciplinary speaker series focused on issues of race, identity, colonialism, and migration within a broad European context.
Scholar-activists convene from across UW to share work, workshop writing, and develop inter- and cross-disciplinary capacity for relationally grounded graduate student work in the field of Racial Capitalism.
The Conjecture, Other, Meet, Reckon, Acknowledge (C.O.M.R.A) group is a salon of international graduate students who are interested in decentering narratives around theatre, cinema, performance, visual arts, literature, and creative writing.
By focusing on the art versus craft divide, this group recognizes inequities and then identifies and implements solutions for artists, activists, curators, educators, and researchers in their respective practices.
The Gender and Sexuality Graduate Research Cluster supports UW graduate students in a range of inquiry into gender and sexuality as social structures shaping institutions, interactions, and identities.
The group has met on campus for more than thirteen years and currently hosts events that reach both academic and non-academic audiences, fosters collaboration and camaraderie among students, and promotes connections between students and faculty.
The purpose of this seminar is to provide faculty with a structured setting to reflect, talk about what experiences may be available in retirement, and explore the steps needed to ensure those experiences will be positive.
This conference and colloquium series seeks to advance understanding of incarceration as a global phenomenon by examining histories of carceral practices in Asia, the Near East, Africa and South America and decentering the Western and nation-state centric framework of prison studies.