Oregon Humanities is a magazine about the experiences, ideas, and beliefs of Oregonians. It is published three times each year, in spring, summer, and fall. In each issue, Oregon writers, artists, and readers explore diverse perspectives and challenging questions relating to the place we live and the people who live here.
Oregon Humanities is a magazine of many voices. It embraces collaboration, learning, and multiple ways of knowing. It rejects simple explanations and single answers. It respects expertise and affirms that everyone is the leading expert of their own experiences. It strives to make space for stories by people who have been ignored, generalized, or oppressed.
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Oregon Humanities magazine has been published since 1989 by Oregon Humanities, an independent nonprofit organization. The magazine is made possible thanks to the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Oregon Cultural Trust, and the Autzen Foundation.