Human Rights Under Siege

IIS is featured in the American Sociological Association’s Section on Human Rights Newsletter (Fall 2017): https://asahumanrights.wordpress.com/2017/10/25/asa-section-on-human-rights-newsletter-fall-2017/ ASA Section on Human Rights Newsletter – Fall 2017 Human Rights Under Siege Table of Contents A Message from the Editors by  Annie Isabel Fukushima & Hollie Nyseth Brehm Notes From Your Chair: Human Rights Under Siege Kiyoteru Tsutsui FEATURED ARTICLES…

Women in Migration Post-Event Video

Dear Colleagues, Check out Utah Museum of Fine Arts and our collaboration with their A.C.M.E. events. It led to a really beautiful collaboration between IIS and UMFA. More to come on the edited video works.

MIGRATORY TIMES/EMBODIED SPACES: A WORKSHOP. TWO PROVOCATIONS + A DIALOGUE.

Saturday, June 24 at 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM New York, New York Migratory Times/Embodied Spaces will center performance works by Naomi Elena Ramirez (NYC) and the collective Diásporas Críticas (Barcelona/Guayaquíl) as transformative pedagogical interventions that open the space of a collaborative workshop to produce collective articulations of (dis)occupying spaces, disidentifications, (re)embodiment, radiofonization, and sonic…

Migratory Times: Un/Tethering in Seoul, South Korea

un/tethering: June 24 – 25, 2017 Seoul, South Korea Tethered subjectivities encompass immigrants who are legally, socially, and politically bound to dualities of citizen/noncitizen, legal/illegal, freedom/social death, and more. Our efforts via action research, public pedagogy and south- south rescensions are to creatively engage and transform both our capillary relations of our migration through and…

THREE WORKS BY MARIA C. LUGONES. TRES OBRAS DE MARIA C. LUGONES Flashread

NEWS FLASH::::::::FLASHREAD DE MAYO EMPIEZA HOY DIA Y TERMINA EL LUNES, 29 MAYO. ANNOUNCING MAY FLASHREAD, TODAY THROUGH MONDAY, MAY 29. THREE WORKS BY MARIA C. LUGONES. TRES OBRAS DE MARIA C. LUGONES https://iisflashreads.tumblr.com/post/161110452691/news-flashflashread-de-mayo-empieza-hoy Bienvenidos al sitio web para discutir los “flashreads” del instituto de Sujetos (im)Posibles. Welcome to the discussion site for the Institute…

Women in Migration, Refugee Integration, Poetry Origination, Dress Code Protestation – Dalida & Annie on RadioActive, KRCL interview by Lara Jones.

If you missed it, Check out Institute of (Im)Possible Subjects and our interview with Lara Jones on RadioActive http://www.krcl.org/blog/radioactive-april-20-2017/   Hosted by Lara Jones and Living the Circle of Life host Braidan Weeks, tonight’s RadioActive show focused on women in migration, refugee integration, poetry origination, and dress code protestation. And the phrase “glitter priestess” was uttered…

Women in Migration

[Image: Still from Hotel Panama, Dalida Maria Benfield] Women in Migration     Thursday, April 27 | 6:30 pm | FREE Salt Lake City Public Library, Main Library Utah is a welcoming city to immigrants, currently hosting 60,000 refugees fleeing persecution, violence, and war. Eight percent of our state’s population is foreign born, with a large…

HOHOL with Clara Balaguer & Friends

DIRTY ICE CREAM* HOHOL** KARAOKE NIGHT AND VIDEO CLUB One night only! Saturday March 18, 2017 830PM — Midnight EXCELLENT Ice Cream! Ube with Crunchy Malted Balls Sticky Rice and Mango (VEGAN) AMAZING Video Work! Presentations of short films atbp. by Filipino and Filipino-American artists SUPER Karaoke! Artists will present only after singing their karaoke…