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.


The Sound of Exclusion: NPR and the Latinx Public
January 11, 2022

The Sound of Exclusion: NPR and the Latinx Public

By Christopher Chávez, Associate Professor, Director, Center for Latina/o and Latin American Studies

That Bedsprings Guy! The Trilogy
January 11, 2022

That Bedsprings Guy! The Trilogy

By Gary C. McAuley, BS '75 (political science)

Medieval Badges: Their Wearers and Their Worlds
January 4, 2022

Medieval Badges: Their Wearers and Their Worlds

By Ann Marie Rasmussen, BA '76 (German)

AfterLife: The Reanimate Saga
December 18, 2021

AfterLife: The Reanimate Saga

By Brandy Todd, BS '01 (sociology), MPA '10, PhD '15 (educational leadership), assistant director of administration, Oregon Center for Optical, Molecular, and Quantum Science; and Lorne Craig

Pure Grit: Stories of Remarkable People Living with Physical Disability
December 18, 2021

Pure Grit: Stories of Remarkable People Living with Physical Disability

By Kara Buckley, BA '06 (Spanish, business administration), and Lily Collison 

The Art of Access: A Practical Guide for Museum Accessibility
December 18, 2021

The Art of Access: A Practical Guide for Museum Accessibility

By Danielle Schulz, BA '07 (art, anthropology), and Heather Pressman, BA '02 (history) 

63 Poems of the Pacific Northwest: from when it was warm to when it got cold and then to when it was
December 17, 2021

63 Poems of the Pacific Northwest: from when it was warm to when it got cold and then to when it was warm again

By Joseph Vranas, MMus '19 (music composition and music performance)

The Zyprexa Papers
November 23, 2021

The Zyprexa Papers

By Jim Gottstein, BS '74 (finance)

Countering Violent Extremism in Pakistan
November 23, 2021

Countering Violent Extremism in Pakistan

By Anita M. Weiss, professor of global studies 

 

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