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Oregon Humanities Live

Join the editors of Oregon Humanities magazine for an evening featuring recent contributors Saeeda Wright, Leanne Grabel, Brian Benson, Jennifer Perrine, and Judy Jiang reading essays and poems.

Event | November 1, 2023

Editor's Note: Shelter

Magazine | August 21, 2023

Making Pre-K Possible

This comic by Sarah Mirk explores how universal preschool went from an idea to the ballot to law in 2020.

Magazine | April 26, 2022

Discussion Questions & Further Reading: Beyond

Prompts for conversation about this issue and links to learn more about the stories and ideas explored herein.

Magazine | December 15, 2021


Editor Ben Waterhouse writes about choosing the theme "Climate" amid a summer of heat waves and fires.

Magazine | August 12, 2021

Editor's Note: Possession

Editor Ben Waterhouse on the issue's theme.

Magazine | April 27, 2021

Editor's Note: Feed

An introductory note from Editor Ben Waterhouse

Magazine | December 17, 2020

Discussion Questions and Further Reading

Prompts for conversation and links for further exploration of the stories in this issue.

Magazine | December 17, 2020

From the Director: Trench

Adam Davis on the power of listening

Magazine | August 25, 2020

Oregon Humanities Masthead

Article | February 19, 2020

In Brief

Magazine | December 23, 2019

Editor's Note: Eighteen Years

Kathleen Holt reflects on her eighteen-year tenure at Oregon Humanities in her final editor's note for the magazine.

Magazine | December 23, 2019

Consider the Wedding—2004

Jamie Passaro considers why women who know better still buy into the Big Bucks White Wedding industry in the 2004 “Marriage” issue.

Magazine | December 23, 2019

On Paper Wings—2008

Brett Campbell writes about how an Oregon filmmaker set out to tell the story of six Oregonians killed by Japanese balloon bombs during World War II in the 2008 “Strangers” issue.

Magazine | December 23, 2019

Resume of Failures—2011

Kim Stafford writes about the stories of struggle, insecurity, and loss behind his accomplishments in the 2011 “Fail” issue.

Magazine | December 23, 2019

The Air I Breathe—2014

Ifanyi Bell writes about growing up tolerated and underestimated in Portland in the 2014 “Quandary” issue.

Magazine | December 23, 2019

Making Men—2016

Bobbie Willis Soeby writes about raising her sons to not rape in the 2016 “Edge” issue.

Magazine | December 23, 2019

Good Hair—2017

Kimberly Melton writes about the meaning of hair and going natural despite family and society expectations in the 2017 “Carry” issue.

Magazine | December 23, 2019


Magazine | December 23, 2019

Senior Dance Night

Josephine Cooper writes about finding her way back to the dance floor later in life.

Magazine | August 14, 2019

Strengthening Communities Through Art

Magazine | August 13, 2019

The Power of Telling

Magazine | August 13, 2019

Turning the Page

Magazine | August 13, 2019

Dropping In

Jordan Hernandez talks with three female skateboarders in communities around Oregon about overcoming fear and stereotypes and loving the sport.

Magazine | August 13, 2019

Castles Made of Sand

Geologist Ruby McConnell writes about how coastal homeowners' efforts to save their properties from rising sea levels put their neighbors at risk—and how she became responsible for the riprapping of Rockaway Beach.

Magazine | August 13, 2019

“Our Story on Our Territory”

Leslie Ann McMillan, an enrolled Chinook member, writes about how her people's lands were stolen and how they are starting to reclaim them.

Magazine | August 13, 2019

Saturdays Inside

Madeline Baars Brandt writes about her experience of driving girls to visit their incarcerated mothers.

Magazine | August 13, 2019

Boxing Lessons

In an excerpt from his new memoir, The Eclipse I Call Father, poet David Axelrod writes about his grandfather's effort to teach him to defend himself from bullies.

Magazine | August 13, 2019

About Oregon Humanities magazine

Article | February 8, 2019