Suhanthie Motha’s Race, Empire and English Language Teaching has received a 2015 AESA Critics’ Choice Book Award. In November, she will be honored at the annual meeting of the American Educational Studies Association
in San Antonio.
Congratulations to Arista Burwell-Chen, winner of a 2015 UW Library
Research Award for "How to be a Good Ally: a Guide to Dismantling
Colorblindness, White Normativity
and Everyday Racism."
For a summary of her project, see
the library's list of award winners.
Humanities Washington interviews Shawn Wong about his upcoming talk, "Defending Your Voice: Teaching Soldiers How to Tell Their Stories".
Scribner has released a 25th-anniverary edition of Charles Johnson's national best seller Middle Passage, for which Johnson won the National Book Award.
reflects on his novel at 25.