RESOURCE: Oregon Humanities Magazine

Presented by:
Oregon Humanities
Subject: Varies Audience: All

Oregon Humanities magazine is published triannually by Oregon Humanities and is provided free to Oregonians.

The Fall/Winter 2016 Magazine Table of Contents is below, click here to view archived copies stretching back to Spring 2012.

  • Sometimes Break Apart – Editor’s note
  • Making Peace with Chaos – Refugee students thrive in Portland despite uncertainty
  • Within Makeshift Walls – Portland Expo Center’s era as a prison for Japanese Americans
  • King Tide – Three scenarios for the next revolutionary moment. An excerpt from “The End of Protest: A New Playbook for the Revolution.”
  • The Longest of Long Shots – A Sanders delegate’s brush with national party politics
  • Unbuttoned into the Blow – In defense of human dignity
  • The Golden Hour – The collective strength of strangers after a horrifying accident