Harm: Fall/Winter 2017

Editor's Note: Chipping Away

From the Director: Guns, Tools, and Talk

Field Work: Opening the Conversation

Oregon Humanities' Think & Drink program strives to include more voices and communities in 2018.

Field Work: People in Motion

The University of Oregon’s Wayne Morse Center explores borders, migration, and belonging.

Field Work: Bridging Divides over Dinner

In Bend, residents come together to share meals and conversation.

Field Work: Community Stories Onstage

Student-created show raises consciousness in Southern Oregon's Illinois Valley.

The Original Laws

The sacred ethics of Columbia River tribes provide a guide for restoring ecosystems damaged by European colonization.

Protecting Inequality

Police violence isn’t the cause of injustice—it’s the outcome.

The Third Bullet

An EMT reckons with abbreviated phrases and abbreviated lives.

To Heart Mountain

A writer travels to see the site of a World War II prison camp that her father designed.

The Reflex

Searching for the cause of my daughter’s debilitating tantrums

Cuts and Blows

When my body is a bullseye, how can I make room for joy?

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