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I'm All Ears book cover

I'm All Ears

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Author(s): Jorge González Casanova

Subject(s): Language and Linguistics, Language learning: grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation

Last updated: 06/05/2022

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Jacob Lawrence in Seattle

CC BY-NC-ND (Attribution NonCommercial NoDerivatives)   English

Author(s): Juliet Sperling, Alexander Betz, Thomas Star, Ashley Tseng, Bailee Strong, Elizabeth Copland, Elizabeth Xiong, Grace Fletcher, Kate Whitney-Schubb, Kira Sue, Ryan Hawkins, Samantha Seaver, Mingjie Ma, Maya Green, Nicolas Staley, Monica Ionescu

Editor(s): Juliet Sperling

Subject(s): History of art, Individual artists, art monographs, Public art, Portraits and self-portraiture in art

Last updated: 02/11/2021

Jacob Lawrence (1917-2000) is widely recognized as one of the most important American artists of the 20th century. He is best known for epic multi-panel narratives like the Migration Series (1940-1941) and Struggle: from the History of the American People (1954-56), which he created as a young artist living and working in in New York City. The second half of Lawrence’s career, which he spent in Seattle as a Professor of Art at the University of Washington, has received far less attention. The essays in this volume, researched and written by the participants in the Spring 2021 art history seminar “Art and Seattle: Jacob Lawrence” at the University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design, fill in this gap. In so doing, we take our lead from the artist’s own framing of the Seattle period as a critical stage in his artistic development, in which conceptual and formal concerns explored across his long career converged and became more of the sum of their parts.

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Virtual REACH Program 2020

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)  12 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Dr. Kristen Clapper Bergsman, Dr. Eric H. Chudler

Editor(s): Dr. Kristen Clapper Bergsman

Subject(s): Neurosciences, Biomedical engineering, Medical ethics and professional conduct

Publisher: Center for Neurotechnology, University of Washington

Last updated: 14/06/2021

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Building a Greener Future: A UW Research Report into Seattle's Climate Justice Movement

CC BY-NC (Attribution NonCommercial)   English

Author(s): the English 121 Class

Last updated: 10/02/2021

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The Creative Process

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)  38 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): ART480 Art Honors Fall 2020

Subject(s): The arts: general topics, Ceramics, mosaic and glass: artworks, Paintings and painting, Photography and photographs, Interdisciplinary studies

Publisher: University of Washington

Last updated: 10/02/2021

This book was created by seniors in the 2020-2021 Art BA Departmental Honors program in the School of Art + Art History + Design, University of Washington, Seattle.
The students in the Honors in Art track come from the four concentrations of the
Division of Art:
3D4M: Ceramics + Glass + Sculpture,
Interdisciplinary Visual Arts,
Painting + Drawing,
and Photo/Media.

The book presents first-person accounts of the creative process by a diverse group of makers as they develop artwork, consistently question habits, meanings, and inspirations while interfacing the world during uncertain times.

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La France Sauvée ou le Tyran Détrôné: A Dramaturgical Casebook

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Author(s): Olympe de Gouges

Editor(s): Angela Weaver

Subject(s): Theatre studies, Plays, playscripts

Last updated: 30/11/2020

This digital humanities project is a digital dramaturgical casebook for the play, La France Sauvée, ou le Tyran détrôné (France Preserved, or the Tyrant Dethroned, 1792).  The dramaturgical casebook includes a master copy of the script as well as historical research pertaining to the playwright, cast members, timeline, places, costume and set design, and bibliography.

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Designing Tech Policy

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Author(s): David Hendry

Last updated: 28/09/2020

The Design Case Studies offer instructors with a starting point for introducing students to the design of technology and policy. Students work with value sensitive design methods to develop tech policy solutions.

View or download the PDF version here.

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Badass Womxn in the Pacific Northwest

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Author(s): UWB Zine Queenz

Publisher: University of Washington Bothell and University of Washington Libraries

Last updated: 14/09/2020

This zine is a collection of biographies and portraits of badass womxn in the Pacific Northwest. Undergraduate students collaborated to create this resource that fuses multilingual poetry, art, and writing to celebrate and honor some of the strongest people you might not have heard of. It was created in an interdisciplinary gender, women & sexuality studies classroom led by Professor Julie Shayne, librarians Penelope Wood and Denise Hattwig, and peer facilitator Nicole Carter.
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Critical Filipinx American Histories and their Artifacts

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Author(s): Rick Bonus and UW AAS 360 2019 Students

Publisher: University of Washington Libraries

Last updated: 13/08/2020

The contents of this online book were created by Prof. Rick Bonus and his students as a final project for a course on “Critical Filipinx American Histories” in the Fall quarter of 2019 at the University of Washington, Seattle campus. In collaboration with the UW Libraries, the UW Burke Museum, and the UW Department of American Ethnic Studies, this book explores and reflects on the relationships between Filipinx American histories and selected artifacts at the Burke Museum. It is a class project that was made possible by the Allen Open Textbook Grant.
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How to FOIA

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Author(s): Emily Willard

Subject(s): Freedom of information law, Civics and citizenship, Research and information: general, Social and ethical issues, Politics and government, Legal skills and practice, Legal skills: research methods, Human rights, civil rights, Political activism / Political engagement

Last updated: 09/03/2020

This document is a guide to accompany a training workshop “How to File a FOIA” to celebrate the University of Washington Center for Human Rights’ 10th Anniversary Celebration in May 2019. The guide includes information on researching, writing, submission, and tracking of FOIA requests, and was created by UWCHR graduate research fellow, Emily Willard in May 2019 based on previous drafts of training manuals for UWCHR interns. This training guide for anyone who is interested in filing a FOIA related to public interest.