Author Archives: Sasha Welland

New Geographies of Feminist Art: China, Asia, and the World

Sonal Khullar, Assistant Professor of Art History, and I received a grant from the American Council of Learned Societies, funded by the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange, to support an international conference. New Geographies of Feminist Art: China Asia, and the World November 15-17, 2012 University of Washington With panels and roundtables featuring […]

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GWSS 290: Feminist Art and Visual Culture in a Global Perspective

I will be teaching a new course in Autumn 2012. In this inaugural year, it gives students a unique opportunity to explore feminist art and the multiple contexts of its creation and circulation through an exciting series of events at UW and in the community, at the Henry Art Gallery, Seattle Art Museum, ¬†and Seattle […]

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Welcome to Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies!

On March 1, 2011, the first day of Women’s History Month, the University of Washington Women Studies Department officially became the¬†Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies Department! Our PhD program will also soon undergo a name change to Feminist Studies.

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Cultural Research and Digital Collections Workshop, Fall 2010

Participation open to faculty, staff, students, and others curious about blending print and digital materials (i.e., hybrid publication) or integrating online publishing into community-based research. No experience in the digital humanities or digital collections is required. Registration is required at: For credit option available to graduate and advanced undergraduates. An add code for HUM […]

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Global Asia

Global Asia: ANTH 442 | SISA 442 | WOMEN 446 has been newly added to the time schedule for Autumn 2010. Are you interested in the relationship between globalization and Asia? Do you want to learn more about how historical and contemporary global movements of people, things, and ideas matter in everyday lives? Do you […]

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