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Worlds in Progress Exhibition
WhenWednesday, Aug 21, 2019, 5 – 9 p.m.
619 Western Ave, #500, Seattle
Event typesAcademics, Exhibits, Student Activities
Event sponsorsUniversity of Washington:
  • Undergraduate Research Program
  • Simpson Center for the Humanities
  • Office of Research
  • Summer Quarter
  • Undergraduate Academic Affairs
  • Mary Gates Endowment for Students…

Join us for the Worlds in Progress Exhibition! The event is part of Creating Alternate Worlds, the 2019 Summer Institute in the Arts and Humanities program.

The exhibit will celebrate the work done by the program's undergraduate researchers:

  • Peyton Blackmer, Comparative History of Ideas; Informatics
  • Ioan Butiu, Industrial Design
  • Eden Chapman, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies
  • Kat Curtis, Art
  • Izabel Del Bosque, Medical Anthropology & Global Health
  • Rio Faltys-Burr, Comparative History of Ideas
  • Rachel Fazio, Visual Communication Design; Gender, Women, and Sexuality
  • Bre'Anna Girdy, English Language and Literature
  • Riley Guerrero, Comparative History of Ideas
  • Jack Johnston, Industrial Design
  • Rosemary Jones, Drama; Political Science
  • Keith Matt, American Indian Studies; Education, Communities, & Organizations
  • Teddy McDonald, Creative Writing
  • Jena Mcwhirter, Interaction Design
  • Alwyn Mouton, Comparative History of Ideas; Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies
  • John Peterson, Comparative History of Ideas
  • Mira Petrillo, Comparative History of Ideas; Philosophy
  • Mariama Sidibe, International Studies
  • Anisha Uppungonduri, Comparative History of Ideas; Physics
  • Maxx Yamasaki, Comparative History of Ideas

This year's teaching team is the following:
  • Phillip Thurtle, Professor, Comparative History of Ideas
  • Audrey Desjardins,  Assistant Professor, School Art + Art History + Design
  • Tyler Fox,  Lecturer, Human Centered Design & Engineering
  • Heidi Biggs,  Lecturer, Design
  • Nat Mengist,  Lecturer, Comparative History of Ideas

There will also be a symposium on Friday, August 23, from 9:30am–4pm.

Additional information about the Summer Institute is at the link below.…
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