New Research and Coursework in Digital Humanities

Why should English, writing, and humanities majors be interested in digital humanities? See how OSU faculty are leading the way with a course that will closely study the noted author Bernard Malamud (pictured above).

The Eight Limbs of Yoga by Stuart Ray Sarbacker and Kevin Kimple

The Eight Limbs of Yoga

The Eight Limbs of Yoga by Stuart Ray Sarbacker and Kevin Kimple

Languages of Citizenship and Crisis

SWLF Professors Christina Leon and Tim Jensen discuss the concept of “citizenship” and “crisis” through such varied perspectives as Latino/a literature and the rhetorical arts of persuasion.

Nishioka with children

DCA majors capture earthquake effects in Nepal

DCA student with a focus in production, Christian Nishioka, with Nepalese children in May 2015

History graduate Mohamed Shaker

The Importance of History

History graduate Mohamed Shaker is passionate about Iraqi history and social justice.

Celebrating Our Wild Campus

Aelin Mayer, Campus Wild 2015, student winner in art category

The Courtiers Anatomists

The Courtiers' Anatomists

Horning Professor Anita Guerrini's new book The Courtiers Anatomist: Animals and Humans in Louis XIV's Paris has been released by the University of Chicago Press.

In Search of Other Stories: An Interview with OSU's Anita Guerrini

Anita Guerrini is a historian of science and medicine, currently one of two Horning Professors in the Humanities at Oregon State University. Her latest book "The Courtiers’ Anatomists: Animals and Humans in Louis XIV’s Paris" (Univ.Chicago Press, 2015)

Building an artistic life

Music Alumna and Decemberists keyboardist Jenny Conlee has created a career in the arts.