Publications


The UO Digital Scholarship Center (DSC) seeks to help researchers in our community to manage their information through the research process and through the process of communicating research results to the broader scholarly community and to the public.

Questions about scholarly publishing – authors’ rights, open access initiatives, or UO’s publishing services – should be directed to John Russell, Scholarly Communications Librarian.

Current Publications

Journal Publications

Konturen is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to the analysis of borders, framing determinations, and related figures of delimitation of all kinds. These include theoretical and historical, practical and speculative, aesthetic, political, and methodological borders, among others. “Konturen” is a German word that derives from the French tour, tourner, terms that bespeak a turning, such as the turning of a French word into a German one (or the reverse). We publish innovative work that takes into account the contributions of recent philosophy and theory to an understanding of problematic discursive places of meeting, overlap, or disjunction.

This peer-reviewed e-journal is devoted to the reformulation of received philological and philosophical ideas of writing and reading literary works, motivated by the advent of electronic texts.

The Oregon Undergraduate Research Journal (OUR Journal) is an open access undergraduate research journal at the University of Oregon. It showcases some of the best research and publications by UO undergraduate students.

Ada is a feminist, multimodal, peer reviewed journal that examines the intersections of gender, new media, and technology. It is a publication of the Fembot Collective, and the product of countless hours of volunteer labor on the part of senior and junior scholars and graduate students around the world.

 

Book Publication Projects

“The original publication of the report Del silencio a la memoria was unanimously praised as a step forward in both making the work and mission of the AHPN widely known and offering a synthesis of its potential to understand how systematic state repression worked. The story told in this report is an exemplary case of commitment with the past and the future of a society still recovering from the wounds of violence and social injustice.”

Thailand was an early participant in bringing the Internet to Asia, and it has a fascinating, but little-known, networking history. The grassroots efforts by a few dedicated and visionary university professors have resulted in a fully functional national network, despite the limited infrastructure and numerous technical obstacles of the early days. This manuscript provides a detailed look at the background of this technological movement, and is available in English and Thai.

“Fifteen years ago, when pioneers experimented with the first email systems that could send and read messages once a day, who would have predicted the extent of the development of the Internet in Senegal? Today, we can all agree that the Internet was not just a passing trend, or a gadget that was too expensive for a developing country such as Senegal”. This manuscript takes an in depth account of the development of the internet in Senegal, and sees it through to 2004, when it is used as a component of daily life.  This manuscript is available in English and French

 

Transmedia Publication Projects

This website is designed to accompany We Are the Face of Oaxaca, a book created with integral digital content.  This website features 26 video testimonies of people who are interviewed for the book, hundreds of photographs, maps, and documents. Section 1 of the website, “Rights Histories in Oaxaca,” contains videos of Oaxacan intellectuals and movement leaders describing rights histories in the state. Section 2, “Timeline of 2006 social movement” features short videos of key events to help readers better visualize and feel the experiences of those who were caught up in the movement. Sections 3 – 7  — 3. Human Rights Violations in Oaxaca, 4. Media, Gender and Indigenous Radio, 5. Economics and Politics of Conflict, 6. Indigenous Activism in Mexico and Transnationally, and 7. Youth Organizing and Art—contain digital content which is linked to specific parts of the text in the book.

 

For more information on how the Digital Scholarship Center can assist with your publication needs, please contact John Russell, Scholarly Communications Librarian.