OQ Bookmarks

Bookmarks is a collection of new titles by University of Oregon faculty, staff, and alumni authors. We encourage you to submit your book. We also highlight a sampling of titles in our print edition. Listings are published at the discretion of the OQ editors.


All for the Union: The Saga of One Northern Family Fighting the Civil War
November 10, 2022

All for the Union: The Saga of One Northern Family Fighting the Civil War

By John Simpson, PhD '87 (history) 

Wilderness Strangers: Adventures in Shangri-La
November 10, 2022

Wilderness Strangers: Adventures in Shangri-La

By J. C. Mitchell, BS '77 (journalism) 

Messy Robot and Sneaky Cat
November 10, 2022

Messy Robot and Sneaky Cat

By Anne Marquard, BA '70 (Romance languages) 

The Moon Bear
November 10, 2022

The Moon Bear

By Steve Scher, BS '77 (journalism) 

Bully Ben Makes New Friends
November 10, 2022

Bully Ben Makes New Friends

By Nancy "Marriott" Meacham-Cole, BS '69 (curriculum and instruction)

Without Borders: The Haqqani Network and the Road to Kabul
November 10, 2022

Without Borders: The Haqqani Network and the Road to Kabul

By Jere Van Dyk, BS '68 (political science) 

Breastfeeding Is A Bitch, But We Lovingly Do It Anyway
October 20, 2022

Breastfeeding Is A Bitch, But We Lovingly Do It Anyway

By Cassi Clark, BS '00 (magazine)

A Backyard Prairie: The Hidden Beauty of Tallgrass and Wildflowers
October 20, 2022

A Backyard Prairie: The Hidden Beauty of Tallgrass and Wildflowers

By Fred Delcomyn, PhD '69 (biology), and James L. Ellis 

Pushed Out Contested Development and Rural Gentrification in the US West
October 6, 2022

Pushed Out Contested Development and Rural Gentrification in the US West

By Ryanne Pilgeram, MS '07, PhD '10 (sociology) 

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)

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