College of Humanities and Social Sciences
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|WWU’s Ray Wolpow Institute to host international symposium on Holocaust literature||2023-09-25|
|Poet Jane Wong to Read from New Memoir About Growing Up in Atlantic City||
Jane Wong, whose debut memoir “Meet Met Tonight in Atlantic City” has received rave reviews, will be the first speaker for this academic year at Stockton University’s Stephen Dunn Reading Series.
The 2023 book is “an incandescent, exquisitely written memoir about family, food, girlhood,…
|Peter Faneuil: Boston benefactor and slave trader||
“Boston is built on the business of slavery, whether that’s slave trading or trading with the slave economies in the Caribbean,” added Jared Ross Hardesty, a history professor at Western Washington University.
|Journey to Justice: A Law Clerk’s 10-Week Adventure at the Alaska Native Justice Center||
Zoë’s educational journey was a diverse one, commencing with an English degree from Western Washington University and culminating in a Master’s of Fine Arts in creative writing from University of Alaska Fairbanks. Initially, she considered pursuing a career in academia as an…
|Meet 2023's Outstanding Graduate Students||2023-07-24|
|Whatcom primary ballots burst with candidates||
“It was the norm around here to have incumbents run unopposed,” said Todd Donovan, a professor of political science at Western Washington University and a sitting county council member. Donovan is not up for election this year.
“Even with open seats, a lot of the time…
|2023 Outstanding Graduates: CHSS Humanities||2023-06-30|
|2023 Outstanding Graduates: CHSS Social and Behavioral Sciences||2023-06-30|
|Meet Max Stone, Western's new student trustee||2023-06-26|
|WWU students win awards at Our New Gold International Digital Storytelling Festival||2023-06-21|