Ann DuHamel is an associate professor of Music in the Humanities Division at the University of Minnesota at Morris. She joins the IAS as a residential faculty fellow for Fall 2021.
The IAS seeks an imaginative collaborator with wide interests to join our team as Program Manager.
Priority application review date: Monday, December 6, 2021
Alexandra Peck is an anthropologist and the Visiting Scholar of Indigenous Studies with the Environmental Stewardship, Place, and Community Initiative at the IAS. She began the two-year appointment in August, and has since joined our community of scholars as she engages in work both with MESPAC and on her own research project.
Stewarding the Story: Tapping into the Power of Narrative—Your Own and Others’—to Envision and Create a Healthier Future
“These stories urge us to not just think, but to do. What can we do to make things better? How should we begin?” ~Pam Bellck, Pulitzer Prize-winning health reporter
Meet an IAS Collaborative: Fostering Understanding and Promoting Inclusion for Individuals with Disabilities
Meet the IAS Research and Creative Collaborative “Fostering Understanding and Promoting Inclusion for Individuals with Disabilities.”
Yue Wu, Rehabilitation Medicine, Medical School
Philip Shorey, Independent Composer
Ricardo Velasco is a documentarian and cultural studies scholar. He earned his PhD in Latin American Studies with Portfolio Certificates in Cultural Studies and Museum Studies from the University of Texas at Austin in 2020. Ricardo joins the IAS community of scholars as the Minnesota Transform Postdoctoral Associate.
We are thrilled to introduce Ricardo and his current project to you, and look forward to sharing a more in-depth interview with him in the spring.