Digital Exhibits University of Oregon Libraries

A Bibliographic History of Biology

A Bibliographic History of Biology

Great is the power of steady misrepresentation; but the history of science shows that fortunately this power does not long endure. ~ Charles Darwin

Explore the history of biology ranging from ancient Greek and Roman times to Medieval and Renaissance eras, to the development of the microscope and the discovery of

Languages of the East

Languages of the East

The Non-Western Manuscript Book Collection of UO Libraries Special Collections & University Archives

Explore the University of Oregon’s non-Western collection of medieval to modern manuscripts. This exhibition features manuscripts in Arabic, Persian, Cuneiform,

Deaf Resistance and Affirmation Art

Deaf Resistance and Affirmation Art

The Linocut Prints of Artist David Call

Call, a noted Deaf artist and activist who works primarily in linocut and graphite, received his BA in education and history from Gallaudet University and his MA in

Doris Ulmann Photograph Collection

Doris Ulmann Photograph Collection

Doris Ulmann (1882-1934), was a native of New York City, the daughter of Bernhard and Gertrude (Mass) Ulmann. Educated in public school-at the School of Ethical

Guild of Women Binders: A Social Movement in Printing History

Guild of Women Binders: A Social Movement in Printing History

Explore the transcendent bookbinding craft and stories of women of the Guild of Women Binders, an organization founded in the principles of the Arts and Crafts

Remarkable Works by Women Authors

Remarkable Works by Women Authors

Explore milestone works of writing by women who have shaped history through their roles as activists, educators, literary artists, and intellectuals from the 17th

Oregon Women Vote! Commemorating Woman Suffrage in Oregon and the U.S.

Oregon Women Vote! Commemorating Woman Suffrage in Oregon and the U.S.

Explore the history of woman suffrage in Oregon and the United States as we honor the centennial of the passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution into law in

Tomorrow’s Scientists

Tomorrow’s Scientists

Children’s Literature of the Cold War Era

A joint exhibition exploring politics, space, and technology in children’s literature of the mid-20th century.

Comedy of the Commonplace: The Sitcom Genius of Peg Lynch

Comedy of the Commonplace: The Sitcom Genius of Peg Lynch

Word Made Print: Reformation and the History of the Book

Word Made Print: Reformation and the History of the Book

Explore the Reformation and the history of the book through this curated selection of works from the University of Oregon’s Special Collections and University Archives

UO Authors, Book Talks

UO Authors, Book Talks

The publication of a book is a major achievement for authors and universities, representing significant investments of research, creativity, time, and resources. UO

20th Century Children's Literature

20th Century Children's Literature

Exploring the Past, Understanding the Present

An exhibition exploring complex issues of representation in 20th century children's literature.

Feminist Voices & Visions from the Pacific Northwest

Feminist Voices & Visions from the Pacific Northwest

This exhibit highlights two collections from our Women in Society group: the papers of Oregon activist and author Abigail Scott Duniway, and records of Calyx Press, the

Boss of the Waterfront: Wayne Morse and Labor Arbitration

Boss of the Waterfront: Wayne Morse and Labor Arbitration

Although best known for his vigorous defense of unpopular positions-his stance against the Vietnam War, for example-perhaps Wayne Morse's most important contribution

Talk of the Town: Jane Grant and the New Yorker Magazine

Talk of the Town: Jane Grant and the New Yorker Magazine

Jane Grant played a critical role in development of the New Yorker magazine, but this is only one of her contributions to American culture. Grant's papers reveal she

The Hidden Faces of Oregon's Workers, circa 1900-1940

The Hidden Faces of Oregon's Workers, circa 1900-1940

In the early years workers in Oregon, and throughout the United States, were men and women from many racial and ethnic groups. Work-force diversity in the state of

Under Western Skies: Ernest Haycox and the West in Fiction and Film

Under Western Skies: Ernest Haycox and the West in Fiction and Film

This exhibit celebrates the life and writings of Oregon author Ernest Haycox, consummate writer of Western fiction. "Haycox," said writer D.B. Newton, "very nearly

No Intent to Deceive: James Tiptree, Jr.

No Intent to Deceive: James Tiptree, Jr.

Creating a Science Fiction Writer's Identity as James Tiptree, Jr.

Digital Exhibit featuring the author's correspondence, photographs, manuscripts, and memorabilia.

Twentieth-Century American Children's Literature

Twentieth-Century American Children's Literature

We hold some 175 collections devoted to American children's literature, among the best institutional collections in the nation. The collections range from large

The Artistic Genius of Will H. Bradley

The Artistic Genius of Will H. Bradley

Explore the Art Nouveau artistic flair of binder, typographer, and artist Will H. Bradley, beautifully executed in his timeless chap book design and other publications.