UW Tacoma Assistant Professor Michelle Montgomery explores identity in her new book about mixed-race American Indians.
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According to Ji-Hyun Ahn, globalism and an aging population have contributed to a change in what it means to be South Korean.
High: Drugs, Desire and a Nation of Users, by UW Tacoma professor Ingrid Walker, challenges current thinking about drugs and users.
The first weekend in August was all about Tacoma on C-SPAN. Take a look at videos of twelve local authors and historians, including five with UW Tacoma connections, as they share their passions for things local and global.
The book looks at the presentation of environmental issues across seven genres of film.
Elizabeth Bruch has dedicated a great deal of her career to the scholarship of international human rights and just published a new book, Humanitarian Rights and Humanitarian Intervention.
"Whiteness is the New South Africa" has been given the 2016 Philip A. Chinn Multicultural Book Award by the National Association for Multicultural Education.
Justin Wadland, UW Tacoma's digital collections librarian, has received recognition for his non-fiction book "Trying Home," about an anarchist utopia on the shores of Puget Sound.