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Wednesday, February 15 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Zines: Alternative Knowledge and Media Production in the Academy

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Ari Roy and Heath Davis will discuss their experience using zines as an alternative and supplement to traditional written papers in an academic setting. In addition, they will also talk about their zine work and its links to possibilities for civic engagement outside of the academy. Nora Mukaihata, archives and library manager with Zine Archives and Publishing Project (ZAPP) in Seattle, will provide a community organization perspective and talk about ZAPP as a cultural site and highlight some of the work they have done.


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Nora Mukaihata, Manager of the Zine Archive and Publishing Project

Nora Mukaihata currently manages the Zine Archive and Publishing Project (ZAPP) at the Richard Hugo House in Seattle WA. She has been able to promote the format of zines, keep the archive open to the public, and work to preserve this "living" collection with the help of volunteers and interns.
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Ari Roy, UWB Graduate Student

Ari Roy is a graduate student in the UW Bothell Master of Arts in Cultural Studies Program. She received a Bachelor of Arts in American Culture Studies in 2008 from Western Washington University, Fairhaven. Ariel's research interests include LGBTQ experiences; queer women in film; and intersections of identity, hegemony and privilege. She loves conversation and debate and hopes to teach at the university level. Star Trek is her fandom... Read More →
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Heath Davis, UWB Graduate Student

Heath Davis is a student in the UW Bothell Master of Arts in Cultural Studies Program. She received an MLIS and Archives and Records Management degree from Pratt Institute in 2006 and a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts with a concentration in printmaking from Bennington College in 2002. Heath's research interests include public history, zines, archives, marginalized communities/histories, grassroots/community archives, public art, public... Read More →


Wednesday February 15, 2012 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Truly House

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