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    • CultureWork ; Vol. 18, No. 04 

      Susholtz, Lynn; Ryan, Leslie (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2014-10)
      The Fall 2014 issue of CultureWork: A Periodic Broadside for Arts & Culture Workers focuses on the active engagement of citizen artists committed to a specific neighborhood in San Diego, California. How does one grow an ...
    • CultureWork ; Vol. 19, No. 01 

      Moreland, Kimberly S. (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2015-04)
      Oregon has long acknowledged, portrayed, archived, and celebrated its pioneer heritage. Settlers and explorers of Western European descent have been the focus of most mainstream pioneer narratives. Deeper within state ...
    • CultureWork ; Vol. 19, No. 02 

      Mathie, Kim (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2015-06)
    • CultureWork ; Vol. 19, No. 03 

      Flood, Bill (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2015-08)
      Seventeen years ago, Bill Flood, community cultural development facilitator, consultant, and organizer, wrote a CultureWork article defining community cultural development and how it was understood and practiced at the ...
    • CultureWork ; Vol. 19, No. 04 

      Leonard, Kim; Worcel, Sonia (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2015-10)
      Creating a holistic and broad ranging educational agenda in an era of sparse allocations of educational programming and school budgets is much on the minds of arts and culture sector workers. Indeed, calls for more science ...
    • CultureWork ; Vol. 20, No. 01 

      Katz, Anne (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2016-01)
      Advocates lead, champion, and proselytize causes or policies for the public good. We consider them the spokespeople and guides upholding the fight on behalf of others, including ourselves. But what if we flip that notion? ...
    • CultureWork ; Vol. 20, No. 02 

      Friedenwald-Fishman, Eric; Fraher, David (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2016-04)
      We are pleased to introduce you to the Building Public Will for Arts & Culture Initiative, soon to be known as “Creating Connection.” The initiative is centered on everyday ways in which value and recognition are placed ...
    • CultureWork ; Vol. 20, No. 3 

      Voelker-Morris, Julie L.; Voelker-Morris, Robert J., 1969- (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2016)
    • CultureWork ; Vol. 20, No. 4 

      Föhl, Patrick S.; Wolfram, Gernot (Institute for Community Arts Studies, Arts & Administration Program, University of Oregon, 2016)
    • Cumella vulgaris 

      Rudy, Paul Jr.; Rudy, Lynn Hay; Shanks, Alan; Butler, Barb (2013-03-13)
    • Cupones Educacionales 

      ERIC Clearinghouse on Educational Management; Hadderman, Margaret (Eugene, OR : ERIC Clearinghouse on Educational Management, College of Education, University of Oregon, 2000-05)
    • Curating Buddhism: Reimagining Buddhist Statues in a Museum and Temple Setting 

      Jameson, Derry (University of Oregon, 2016-02-23)
      This thesis considers whether a Buddhist statue in a museum context can be both aesthetic and devotional. By reexamining the relationship between a devotional object, its surrounding space, and its viewer, this thesis will ...
    • Curiosidad Barroca: La Colección en la Cultura Literaria Hispanoamericana Virreinal y Contemporánea 

      Portugal, Luis (University of Oregon, 2013-07-11)
      My main thesis is that Baroque can be considered not only as an aesthetic or historical period in the seventeenth century; it is also a way of producing knowledge that puts into dynamic interaction diverse genres, disciplines ...
    • A Curious Crucible of Pain and Pleasure 

      Pebler, Sean (University of Oregon, 2015-03-13)
      Walter Pater's "The School of Giorgione" appealed to me because it addressed a concern I had with previous aesthetic texts. Most texts largely ignore the sensory training it requires to behold an aesthetic experience. I ...
    • Currency Mismatch, Openness and Exchange Rate Regime Choice 

      Magud, Nicolas (University of Oregon, Dept of Economics, 2004-09-01)
      The paper analyzes the choice of an exchange rate regime for a small open economy indebted in foreign currency, incorporating the ¯nancial accelerator. Conventional wisdom suggests that floating regimes should insulate the ...
    • The Current Status of the Gaza Strip under International Law 

      Kenney, Devin (University of Oregon, 2013-10-03)
      Starting in 2005, there have been major changes in the situation prevailing in the Gaza Strip. The Egyptian uprising, in particular, had important consequences that have changed the balance of control over the Strip. ...
    • Current Trends in Knowledge Production: An Historical-Institutional Analysis 

      McNeely, Ian F. (Routledge, 2009-12-02)
      Building on the author’s recent survey of Western knowledge institutions since antiquity, this article assesses the impact of current trends in information technology, higher education, science, and the environment on ...
    • Curry County multi-jurisdictional natural hazards mitigation plan : Report for Curry County and the cities of Brookings, Gold Beach, and Port Orford 

      Oregon Partnership for Disaster Resilience; LeDuc, Andre; Bruce, Josh; Findley, Megan; Crawford, Adam; Passchier, Gregoor (Curry County (Or.), 2010-08)
      Curry County developed this multi-jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan in an effort to reduce future loss of life and damage to property resulting from natural hazards. This plan was developed with and for the ...
    • Curses and laughter: The ethics of political invective in the comic poetry of high and late medieval Italy 

      Applauso, Nicolino (University of Oregon, 2010-06)
      My dissertation examines the ethical engagement of political invective poetry in thirteenth- and fourteenth-century Italy. Modern criticism tends to treat medieval invective as a playfully subversive but marginal poetic ...