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ArtsUW Roundup: You Are Not Invited, world premier of ‘Lynch: A History’ at SIFF, last week to see ‘Nina Simone: Four Women’, Edgar Arceneaux’s Library of Black Lies, and ‘The Learned Ladies’, and more!
May 30, 2019
This week in the arts, visit a graduation exhibition, attend the premier of “Lynch: A History'” at SIFF, see “Nina Simone: Four Women” at the Rep., and more!
Faculty Friday: Selim Kuru
May 16, 2019
Selim Kuru's love of literature all started with his mother, "she was an avid reader and had a library under lock and key and would release books for me according to my age."
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Faculty Spotlight: James Clauss
April 19, 2019
James Clauss, professor of classics, challenges students to go in search of myth and meaning in moving making.
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Don't turn the Turkish army into a political tool
June 25, 2018
Opinion piece by Ozgur Ozkan, a doctoral candidate at the Jackson School of International Studies and fellow with the department of Near Eastern languages and civilization.
Initiative announces winners of inaugural pilot research grants
September 7, 2017
The Population Health Initiative has awarded five pilot research grants to faculty-led teams from 10 different UW schools and colleges including the College of Arts & Sciences.