• Passport series

      Jeon, Jin Yeong; McTier, Jackson; Medvedko, Anastasia (University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2015-04-13)
      The Passport series idea is to hear about students' life before coming to UAA and the challenges you face living in Anchorage and going to school at UAA. This episode features: Jin Yeong Jeon from South Korea, Jackson McTier from Australia, and Anastasia Medvedko from Russia.
    • Passport series: China and Brazil

      Wang, Yuqing; Na, Xinlei; Rodrigues, Ana Spaic (University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2015-04-20)
      Come and hear about international studetns' lives before coming to UAA and the challenges they face living in Anchorage and going to school at UAA. China and Brazil with Yuqing Wang, Xinlei Na, and Ana Spaic Rodrigues.
    • Passport Series: South Korea, Hungary, Gambia

      Choi, Kyung Yeun; Berecz, Anna; Forster, Doreen (University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2015-04-16)
      Come and hear about international students' life before coming to UAA and the challenges they face living in Anchorage and going to school at UAA. Kyung Yeun Choi, South Korea; Anna Berecz, Hungary, Doreen Forster, Gambia.
    • Peregrine

      Goodwin, Caroline (University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2015-12-14)
      Born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, Caroline Goodwin received her MFA in Poetry from the University of British Columbia and was awarded the Wallace Stegner fellowship in poetry at Stanford University in 1999. Today, while fulfilling her role as the first appointed Poet Laureate in San Mateo County, California, Caroline teaches in the MFA Writing and the undergraduate Writing and Literature programs at California College of the Arts in Oakland, California, and also at the Stanford Writer's Studio. Her first collection of poetry, Trapline, was published in 2013. In a review of Peregrine, poet Louise Mathias writes: "Both a charm against, and a love song to the fleeting, Goodwin masterfully weaves together disparate sources--Metallica and magic, ravines and wildflowers, this work is lovely and terrifying, singular, and true."
    • Plays and poor relief in the early modern Spanish empire

      Ball, Rachael (University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2014-04-03)
      Historian Ray Ball presents plays and poor relief in the early modern Spanish empire. Ray Ball, (UAA History Department), shares her research on the relationship between Spanish theatre and health care funding in the Spanish empire. Her book project Treating The Public: Public Drama, Public Health, and Public Opinion in the Early Modern Atlantic World is a comparison of commercial theater, charitable organizations, and public health in cities in the Spanish and Anglo Atlantic worlds during the 16th and 17th centuries.
    • Post Election Update

      Muller, James W.; Nabors, Forrest (University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2016-12-05)
      Dr. James Muller is Professor of Political Science at UAA. A renowned Churchill scholar, he has edited numerous books by or about Churchill including Great Contemporaries: Churchill Reflects on FDR, Hitler, Kipling, Chaplin, Balfour, and Other Giants of His Age. Dr. Forrest A. Nabors is Assistant Professor of Political Science at UAA. His book The Great Task of Reconstruction will be published in fall 2017.
    • Power of Words: ASD Multilingual Students Read Original Poetry and Prose

      University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2017-08-04
      Approximately 20 multilingual Anchorage School District students, grades seven through 12, will read original poetry and prose they have written during this summer's ASD/UAA Summer Academy. The Summer Academy is a partnership between ASD's English Language Learner Program and UAA's College Preparatory and Developmental Studies Department. Through this exciting collaboration, over 200 students have spent three and a half weeks on campus. They are earning high school math and English credit from team-taught courses by ASD teachers and UAA faculty. Students are also earning UAA credit for a University Studies course.
    • Propellers, Politics, and People: Chuck Sassara's Alaska

      Sassara, Chuck (University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2015-12-12)
      Chuck Sassara, a longtime Alaskan, former legislator, pilot, and businessman, shares his life and adventures in the book Chuck Sassara's Alaska: Propellers, Politics, and People. From his arrival in 1955 with his wife Ann, through Alaska statehood and resource development, Chuck's story is told with excitement, adventure, and daring. As Andy Hall states, "Alaska bustled with postwar momentum then, a place where a man with the right mix of enthusiasm and tenacity could make his mark. For Chuck, Alaska was the right place at the right time."
    • Proud Raven, Panting Wolf: Carving Alaska’s New Deal Totem Parks

      Moore, Emily (University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2019-08-02)
      In Proud Raven, Panting Wolf: Carving Alaska's New Deal Totem Parks, Ketchikan-native Emily Moore examines the origins of totem parks at Saxman, Totem Bight, Wrangell and Prince of Wales Island. Built between 1938 and 1942 as part of a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) program, Alaska's totem parks arose out of a controversial set of compromises between New Deal efforts to preserve "American heritage" and Tlingit and Haida efforts to assert their own heritage and claims to the Tongass National Forest. Emily Moore is currently assistant Professor of art history at Colorado State University. Proud Raven, Panting Wolf: Carving Alaska's New Deal Totem Parks is published by University of Washington Press.
    • Reading and Writing with UAA Undergraduate English Students

      University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2015-04-15
      Undergraduate creative writing students in the English Department come together to present their current work.
    • Readings and Craft Talk

      Gregovich, Andrea (University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2015-04-28)
      Andrea Gregovich earned a MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and has been honing her skills as a translator of Russian literature with a focus on the work of Vladimir Kozlov. Author Vladimir Kozlov was born in 1972 in Belarus. His fiction and nonfiction has been long-listed for awards in Russia such as the National Bestseller prize, the Big Book prize, and was nominated twice for GQ Russia's Writer of the Year. His book USSR: Diary of a Perestroika Kid is about growing up in the crumbling industrial city Mogilev during the last few years of the Soviet Union.
    • Readings and Writings Presented by UAA Undergraduate English Students

      University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2014-12-03
      Faculty-chosen undergraduate creative writing students in the English Department come together to present their course work. Everyone is welcome to attend and be enchanted.
    • Reflections on Surviving an Alaskan Childhood

      Newman, Leigh; Simpson, Sherry (University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2013-04-24)
      Leigh Newman (author of Still Points North) and Sherry Simpson (CWLA/MFA program and author of Accidental Explorer) share memories, experiences, and the unusual influence of Alaska on the shaping of their adult lives.
    • Refugee voices

      University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2013-04-30
      A presentation on April 30, 2013 at the University of Alaska Anchorage's Bookstore. The Refugee Voices panel features refugees from Togo, Bhutan, Sudan and Somalia who have volunteered to share their refugee stories of struggle and survival. They will speak about the refugee situation abroad and what resettlement in the U.S. means for them. This presentation also features information about Refugee Assistance and Immigration Services in Anchorage.
    • Refugee Voices

      University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2013-04-30
      The Refugee Voices panel features refugees from Togo, Bhutan, Sudan, and Somalia who have volunteered to share their refugee stories of struggle and survival. They will speak about the refugee situation abroad and what resettlement in the US means for them. This presentation also features information about refugee assistance and immigration services in Anchorage.
    • Reinhold Sackmann presents: Employers, Migrants, and Labor Markets in Germany case studies.

      Sackmann, Reinhold (University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2014-04-02)
      A presentation on April 2, 2014 at the University of Alaska Anchorage's Bookstore. Reinhold Sackmann presents Employers, Migrants, and Labor Markets in Germany case studies. Reinhold Sackmann is professor at the Institute of Sociology, Martin Luther University in Halle-Wittenberg, Germany. His research interests include analyzing the social structure of modern societies, demographic changes in Germany, migrant workers, and public sector employment. At this event he will discuss economic and social attitudes toward non-German migrant workers in Germany. The event is sponsored with the UAA Sociology Department.
    • Researching Alaska with Ann Fienup-Riordan, Willie Hensley, and Katie Ringsmuth

      Fienup-Riordan, Ann; Hensley, Willie; Ringsmuth, Katie (University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2014-04-16)
      Ann Fienup-Riordan, Willie Hensley, and Katie Ringsmuth share insights on how to connect, research, and uncover Alaska's past. Their individual interests, projects, approaches, and challenges researching Alaska will be highlighted. Katie Ringsmuth: National Park Service historian (UAA History Department); Ann Fienup-Riordan: anthropologist, author, and oral historian; Willie Hensley: Inupiaq activist, leader, author (UAA College of Business).
    • Responsive Research in an Era of Reconciliation

      Corntassel, Jeff; Quinless, Jacqueline (University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2018-08-06)
      Dr. Jeff Corntassel is a writer, teacher and father from the Tsalagi (Cherokee) Nation and is Wolf Clan. He was the first to represent the Cherokee Nation as a delegate to the United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Peoples. He is editor of the collection, *Everyday Acts of Resurgence: People, Places, Practices* (Daykeeper Press, 2018). Jeff Corntassel received his Ph.D. from the University of Arizona and is currently Associate Professor at the University of Victoria and Associate Director of the Centre for Indigenous Research and Community-Led Engagement. His research and teaching interests focus on the intersection between sustainable self-determination, community resurgence, climate change and wellbeing. Dr. Jacqueline Quinless is a settler whose family origins are rooted to the communities of Secunderbhad and Hyderabad India. She works as Director of Research at Quintessential Research Group, which is a community, informed research practice specializing in environmental impacts, health and wellness research and gender-based analysis. Her forthcoming book is *Unsettling Conversations: Decolonizing Everyday Research Practices (University of Toronto Press) . This event will focus on the 94 recommendations of 2015 Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) in Canada and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), endorsed by the United States in 2010. In addition, how the relationship between Responsive Research, Indigenous nations and community partnerships can lead to more culturally informed socio-economic, health and environmental outcomes addressed. The event is sponsored by UAA Alaska Native Studies, the National Resource Center for Alaska Native Elders (NRC-ANE), and UAA Campus Bookstore.
    • Restaurant reviews: Ethnic Food and the American Culinary Imagination

      Kiliç, Zeynep (University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2014-04-23)
      Dr. Zeynep Kiliç explores how ethnic food is depicted in the American landscape through restaurant reviews.
    • River of Light

      Morgan, John; Woodward, Kesler (University of Alaska Anchorage. Bookstore, 2014-04-21)
      Poet John Morgan's River of Light: A Conversation with Kabir is based on a trip down the Copper River. Alongside the artwork by Alaskan artist Kesler Woodward, River of Light folds words, sounds, and colors into being.