“We just kept going.”
~ Louise Erdrich, The Round House
UO 2017-18 Common Reading Selection
Sparked by this closing statement from the challenging narrative of Louise Erdrich’s The Round House, students in the Fall 2017 AAD 199: Portable Life Museum First-Year Interest Group examined questions of power and identity, inclusion and belonging, sovereignty and nationhood, care and community.
Work throughout the term culminates in this exhibit, We Just Keep Going. Students designed specific creative responses to encapsulate what they learned throughout the term or want to activate in others to change the world in some way.
As a graduate student in the School of Planning, Public Policy and Management you’ll acquire the power to positively affect not just your own future, but also the people, policies, organizations, communities, and environments around you.
Our School offers graduate degrees in Community & Regional Planning, Nonprofit Management, and Public Administration.
To more about our graduate programs and how you can gain a cross-disciplinary education and hands-on experience, attend one of our upcoming information sessions.
All info sessions are held in Hendricks Hall and lunch is included.
If you plan to attend, please RSVP to our Graduate Coordinator, Bob Choquette, at firstname.lastname@example.org.