Oregon Quarterly Bookmarks - Faculty


The Cambridge History of the Pacific Ocean: Volume 1: The Pacific Ocean to 1800
February 6, 2023

The Cambridge History of the Pacific Ocean: Volume 1: The Pacific Ocean to 1800

Edited by Ryan Tucker Jones, Ann Swindells Chair in History, University of Oregon, and Matt K. Matsuda, professor of history, Rutgers University

Penguin Classics Marvel Collection: The Avengers
February 5, 2023

Penguin Classics Marvel Collection: The Avengers

Edited by Ben Saunders, English professor; director, Comics and Cartoon Studies Minor

Penguin Classics Marvel Collection: Fantastic Four
February 5, 2023

Penguin Classics Marvel Collection: Fantastic Four

Edited by Ben Saunders, English professor; director, Comics and Cartoon Studies Minor

Penguin Classics Marvel Collection: X-Men
February 5, 2023

Penguin Classics Marvel Collection: X-Men

Edited by Ben Saunders, English professor; director, Comics and Cartoon Studies Minor

So Simple a Beginning: How Four Physical Principles Shape Our Living World
December 6, 2022

So Simple a Beginning: How Four Physical Principles Shape Our Living World

By Raghuveer Parthasarathy, Alec and Kay Keith Professor, Physics

Across Species and Cultures: Whales, Humans, and Pacific Worlds
December 6, 2022

Across Species and Cultures: Whales, Humans, and Pacific Worlds

Edited by Ryan Tucker Jones, Ann Swindells Chair in History, and Angela Wanhalla, professor of history at the University of Otago in New Zealand

Teaching Critically About Lewis and Clark
September 29, 2022

Teaching Critically About Lewis and Clark: Challenging Dominant Narratives in K–12 Curriculum

By Alison Schmitke, undergraduate degree program director for the educational foundations major; Leilani Sabzalian (Alutiiq), BA '02 (education studies), MEd '03 (educational leadership), PhD '15 (critical, socio-cultural studies and education), assistant professor of Indigenous studies in education and codirector of the Sapsik'wałá (Teacher) education program; and Jeff Edmundson, MA '80 (psychology)

The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe: Its Culture and People (Second Edition)
August 26, 2022

The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe: Its Culture and People (Second Edition)

Edited by Brian Klopotek (Choctaw descent), John Barbry (Tunica-Biloxi Tribe), Donna M. Pierite (Tunica descent), and Elisabeth Pierite-Mora (Tunica-Biloxi Tribe). Klopotek is associate professor of Indigenous, race, and ethnic studies.

Anakú Iwachá: Yakama Legends and Stories
August 26, 2022

Anakú Iwachá: Yakama Legends and Stories

Coedited by Tuxámshish Virginia Beavert, PhD ’12 (linguistics), Professor Michelle Jacob, and Joana Jansen, MA ’04, PhD ’10 (linguistics), Northwest Indian Language Institute. Tuxámshish is a member of the Yakama Nation and Distinguished Elder Educator in the Sapsik'ʷałá Program in the College of Education.

The Auntie Way: Stories Celebrating Kindness, Fierceness, and Creativity
August 26, 2022

The Auntie Way: Stories Celebrating Kindness, Fierceness, and Creativity

By Michelle Jacob, a member of the Yakama Nation and professor of Indigenous studies

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