2022-2023

Amy Koehlinger
Amy Koehlinger
School of History, Philosophy, and Religion
2022-2023

Hidden in Plain Sight: Racial Identity and Implicit Whiteness in the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod

Steven Oritz
Steven Ortiz
School of Public Policy
2022-2023

Emergent Sociological Issues in Family and Sport

Ehren Pflugfelder
Ehren Pflugfelder
School of Writing, Literature, and Film
2022-2023

Reconfiguring Risk in Technical Communication:
Undermining the Field

2021-2022

Rena Lauer
School of History, Philosophy, and Religion
2021-2022

After Slavery: Strategies of Living Free in the Late Medieval Eastern Mediterranean

Kirsi Peltomaki
School of Visual, Performing, and Design Arts
2021-2022

Heavy Metal: Modernity, Craft, and Industry, in Finnish Modernist Sculpture in the 1960s

Dana Reason
School of Visual, Performing, and Design Arts
2021-2022

Cinema's First Nasty Women

Adam Schwartz
School of Language, Culture, and Society
2021-2022

Spanish So White: Conversations on the Inconvenient Racism of a "Foreign" Language Education

Justin St Germain
Justin St. Germain
School of Writing, Literature, and Film
2021-2022

Collection, Essays of the Rural and Working-class

Joel Zapata
Joel Zapata
School of History, Philosophy, and Religion
2021-2022

The Erased Homeland: Mexicans' Long Past, the Southern Great Plains, and America's Future

2019-2020

Richmond Barbour
School of Writing, Literature, and Film
2019-2020

The Journal of Captain John Saris in the "Clove," 1611-1614

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Nabil Boudraa
School of Language, Culture, and Society
2019-2020

Postcolonial Algeria in the Films of Marzak Allouache

Ray Malewitz
School of Writing, Literature, and Film
2019-2020

Epizootic Encounters: A Cultural History of Animal Illness

Photo of David Milne
David Milne
Visiting Scholar, University of East Anglia, Norwich, England
2019-2020

Witness to Catastrophe: A Life of Sigrid Schultz

Ron Mize
Ron Mize
School of Language, Culture, and Society
2019-2020

"New" New Immigrants in the New Gilded Era

Rebecca Olson
Rebecca Olson
School of Writing, Literature, and Film
2019-2020

Reimagining the Audience of Early Modern Print

Joshua Reeves
Joshua Reeves
School of Arts and Communication
2019-2020

Viral Surveillance

Jennifer Richter
School of Writing, Literature, and Film
2019-2020

The Really Big One

Susan Rodgers
School of Writing, Literature, and Film
2019-2020

No Sense of Direction

2018-2019

Tekla Bude
School of Writing, Literature, and Film
2018-2019

Bodies of Silence in Medieval Literature

Julie Green
School of Arts and Communication
2018-2019

First Meal

Trina Hogg
School of History, Philosophy, and Religion
2018-2019

"Our Country Customs":
Law and Trade in Southern Sierra Leone, 1861-1915

Karen Holmberg
Karen Holmberg
School of Writing, Literature, and Film
2018-2019

Essays: Letterpress and Walter Hamady’s Gabberjabb

Allison Hurst
School of Public Policy
2018-2019

Revisiting the Age of Affluence:
How Post-War Social Science Misread the World

Cari Maes
School of Language, Culture, and Society
2018-2019

From Cradle to Nation:The Politics of Maternal and Infant Health and Nation-Building in Vargas-Era Brazil

Kara Ritzheimer
School of History, Philosophy, and Religion
2018-2019

Nazi Girl: Girls and Girlhood in Hitler’s Germany

Shawn Rowe
Research Fellow in Humanistic Science, Oregon Sea Grant
2018-2019

Creating Usable Science:
Dialogic Encounters of Official and Vernacular Science

Stuart Sarbacker
School of History, Philosophy, and Religion
2018-2019

The Noble Eightfold Path:
A Handbook for Living Buddhist Philosophy

Megan Ward
School of Writing, Literature, and Film
2018-2019

Virtual Collection from the Victorian Novel to the Digital Archive