Books

Education, Health & Wellness

How to Empower Yourself to Survive and Thrive

Former UO instructor authors book on self-defense and success in a sexist world

The Interlopers: Early Stuart Projects and the Undisciplining of Knowledge

The Interlopers: Early Stuart Projects and the Undisciplining of Knowledge

By Vera Keller, professor, Department of History

Get Empowered: A Practical Guide to Thrive, Heal, and Embrace Your Confidence in a Sexist World

Get Empowered: A Practical Guide to Thrive, Heal, and Embrace Your Confidence in a Sexist World

By Nadia Telsey, former instructor and faculty advisor, and Lauren R. Taylor

Coloring into Existence: Queer of Color Worldmaking in Children’s Literature

Coloring into Existence: Queer of Color Worldmaking in Children’s Literature

By Isabel Millán, assistant professor, Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Three Chapbooks/Three Poets

Three Chapbooks/Three Poets

By Rodger Moody, BA ’76 (English), MFA ’78 (creative writing); Carol Durak, MFA ’81 (English); and John P Harn, MFA ’82 (creative writing)

My Life With Words

My Life With Words

By Barbara F. Luebke, MS ’72 (journalism)

Duties and Dreams

Duties and Dreams

By John A. Heldt, BS ’85 (journalism, history)

Featured Books
1977 photo of luminary Black writers gathered in an NYC apartment

Literary Sisters: Two Years That Changed Our Culture

English professor’s new book captures pivotal moment for Black feminist writing

quran on table with sun beaming into window in background

Religious Scholar Courts Controversy with “Creating the Qur’an”

Stephen Shoemaker challenges claims adopted by Muslims and non-Muslims alike

m jackson on a raft near a glacier

Breaking the Ice: Debut by M Jackson Blends Science and Fiction

M Jackson is a TED Fellow and a National Geographic Society Explorer who is breaking barriers facing women in science. In her first novel, the glaciologist tells the story of four women and the fierce fight for survival.