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Study follows frustrated patients in chatrooms | The Center for the ...
... approach these diagnoses with a considerable degree of skepticism,” said
Kristin Barker, a Research Fellow and assistant professor of sociology at OSU.
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/study-follows-frustrated-patients-chatrooms - 31k
You've got to have a corpse | The Center for the Humanities ...
... 1980s and 1990s, including the riverfront park controversy, the investigation of
the OSU basketball team by the NCAA, and the violent death of a street person.
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/you039ve-got-have-corpse - 28k
'Mad' Queen Juana sinpires novella | The Center for the Humanities ...
Sandor is a Research Fellow and faculty member in the Department of English at
OSU. Two previous Center fellowships contributed to the writing of Portrait of ...
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/039mad039-queen-juana-sinpires-novella - 30k
Don't Try to Do Good With 'Contempt in Your Heart' | The Center for ...
A Research Fellow and associate professor of English at OSU, Rice held a
previous fellowship at the Center during which she worked on her book
Departures ...
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/don039t-try-do-good-039contempt-your-heart039 - 30k
Early tapestries figured on page and stage | The Center for the ...
... devoid of visual representation,” said Olson, a Center Research Fellow and
assistant professor of English in OSU's School of Literature, Writing, and Film.
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/early-tapestries-figured-page-and-stage - 29k
Chinese embrace change to stay in power | The Center for the ...
The question for OSU political scientist Hua-yu Li is this: How is such adaptability
possible in a political party rooted in Stalinism and still deeply ideological?
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/chinese-embrace-change-stay-power - 31k
Mohist nonviolence requires 'letting of of self' | The Center for the ...
Such letting go of the egocentric self, says Research Fellow and OSU historian
Hung-yok Ip, “is a malleable mode of self-formation which I would like to call ...
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/mohist-nonviolence-requires-039letting-self039 - 29k
Chinese calligraphy books--art or mass culture? | The Center for the ...
... these compendia that the vast majority of calligraphers studied, not antique
rubbings,” said Xue, a Center Research Fellow and art faculty member at OSU.
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/chinese-calligraphy-books-art-or-mass-culture - 29k
Debate over consciousness goes back centuries | The Center for the ...
... in the debate between materialists and dualists, in the eighteenth century,” said
William Uzgalis, a Research Fellow and professor of philosophy at OSU.
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/debate-over-consciousness-goes-back-centuries - 30k
Photographs by R.L. Milstein | The Center for the Humanities ...
Jan 7, 2013 ... “I photograph dancers for the same reason I dance—it makes me happy,” said
Milstein, an OSU instructor in environmental science, and botany ...
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/photographs-rl-milstein - 28k
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