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Student Service To The High School Forensics Community: Insights Gained From Hosting The Annual Singletary Speech And Debate Tournament, Kelsey Bruce Mar 2019

Student Service To The High School Forensics Community: Insights Gained From Hosting The Annual Singletary Speech And Debate Tournament, Kelsey Bruce

Student Engagement Posters

Kelsey Bruce discusses student engagement at Linfield College with regard to hosting the annual Singletary Speech and Debate Tournament.


Living, Learning, And Leading At Linfield College, Kelsey Bruce Mar 2019

Living, Learning, And Leading At Linfield College, Kelsey Bruce

Student Engagement Posters

Kelsey Bruce discusses student engagement at Linfield College with regard to leadership through student/faculty collaborative research with Dr. Megan Bestwick, speech and debate, and the Linfield Residence Life team.


Challenging Calls For Civility, Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt Oct 2018

Challenging Calls For Civility, Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt

Faculty Publications

In conjunction with her article "When Free Speech Disrupts Diversity Initiatives: What We Value and What We Do Not," Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt writes about civility codes and free speech for Academe Blog.


When Free Speech Disrupts Diversity Initiatives: What We Value And What We Do Not, Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt Jan 2018

When Free Speech Disrupts Diversity Initiatives: What We Value And What We Do Not, Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt

Faculty Publications

In this essay, I argue that the debate on free speech as pushed by the conservative right is a strategic apparatus to undermine the various diversity initiatives on college and university campuses. While supporters of the right wing extremists around the globe have pushed for various modes of exclusions (social, racial, ethnic, cultural, religious and sexual), here in the United States, such exclusions are most evident in the collapse of academic freedom and the rise of civility codes as students and educators use the platform of free speech to promote various forms of injustices and exclusions. Our neoliberal college and ...


Exploring Diversity, Citizenship, And Gender Through Jazz: A Narrative Criticism Of I Am Jazz, Mary Beth Jones Jan 2017

Exploring Diversity, Citizenship, And Gender Through Jazz: A Narrative Criticism Of I Am Jazz, Mary Beth Jones

Northwest Communication Association Conference Papers & Presentations

In this study, a narrative analysis of a children’s picture book was conducted to uncover how young audiences are taught about diversity and inclusion through books. The setting, characters, narrator, and target audiences of the 2014 book I am Jazz were evaluated to decipher how readers are educated about transgenderism and diversity in greater context. Specific rhetorical qualities in the visual and written elements emphasize the importance of diversity, uniqueness, individuality, and acceptance. This particular book has created a range of support and protest since its publication, and it is an important example of the emotional and political power ...


Engaging With The Dory Fleet: A Panel Discussion On A Collaborative College And Community Oral History Project, Brenda Devore Marshall, Tyrone Marshall, Mary Beth Jones, Kathleen Spring, Jackson B. Miller Apr 2016

Engaging With The Dory Fleet: A Panel Discussion On A Collaborative College And Community Oral History Project, Brenda Devore Marshall, Tyrone Marshall, Mary Beth Jones, Kathleen Spring, Jackson B. Miller

Northwest Communication Association Conference Papers & Presentations

This peer-reviewed program was presented at the annual Northwest Communication Association Conference in Coeur d’Alene Idaho on April 15, 2016. The presentation features an overview of the Launching through the Surf: The Dory Fleet of Pacific City project and includes detailed notes from each speaker.

Special thanks go to Mary Beth Jones and Brenda DeVore Marshall, who served as transcriber and editor for the detailed speaker notes.


The Dory Fleet Of Pacific City: An Annotated Bibliography, Kathleen Spring, Brenda Devore Marshall, Andrea Snyder, Mary Beth Jones, Alicia Schnell, Gabrielle Leif Jul 2015

The Dory Fleet Of Pacific City: An Annotated Bibliography, Kathleen Spring, Brenda Devore Marshall, Andrea Snyder, Mary Beth Jones, Alicia Schnell, Gabrielle Leif

Dory Project Scholarship: Documents

This annotated bibliography has been created as part of the Launching through the Surf: The Dory Fleet of Pacific City project. Kathleen Spring, Brenda DeVore Marshall, Andrea Snyder, Mary Beth Jones, Alicia Schnell, and Gabrielle Leif have contributed to the document. Many of the articles and other documents were found in personal scrapbooks and files. In many cases, the bibliographic information is incomplete. Research is ongoing, and the bibliography will be updated as additional information becomes available.


Transcript Conventions And Examples For Audio And Video Stories, Brenda Devore Marshall, Kathleen Spring Mar 2015

Transcript Conventions And Examples For Audio And Video Stories, Brenda Devore Marshall, Kathleen Spring

Dory Project Scholarship: Documents

This document was developed to guide members of the research team as they prepared transcripts of audio and video stories that were collected as part of the Launching through the Surf: The Dory Fleet of Pacific City project. The document includes information on general formatting conventions, stylistic issues, and examples for reference.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 01: Title, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 01: Title, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Panel one serves as the title panel of the traveling exhibit. It was adapted from the cover designed by Candido Salinas for the Fall 2012 issue of the Linfield Magazine. The panel features a vintage photograph from the Coon Family Collection depicting double-enders launching from the beach in 1957.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 08: Pacific City Dories Continued, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 08: Pacific City Dories Continued, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Exhibit panel 8 continues the exploration of modifications made to the designs of the Pacific City dories. It includes information about boat trailers and other methods used to transport the dories to the beach for launching.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 07: Pacific City Dories, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 07: Pacific City Dories, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Panel 7 in the exhibit traces the evolution of the Pacific City dory from the early double-enders that plied the Nestucca River to the first square-stern dories that joined the fleet in the 1960s. The panel showcases vintage photographs and newspaper clippings from the collections of dory fishers interviewed for the project.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 06: Dory Days, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 06: Dory Days, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Dory Days, the successor to the Dory Derby, provides the focus for panel 6. Through historical and contemporary images obtained from the interviewees and created as part of the project, the panel highlights the uniqueness of this annual and much-loved celebration of the village of Pacific City and its dories.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 05: Dory Derby, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 05: Dory Derby, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Panel 5 provides a glimpse into the days of the dory derbies when the dorymen thrilled crowds, often numbering in the thousands, with their dory races and other fishing-related competitions and activities. The panel features vintage photographs and newspaper articles from the collections of dory fishers interviewed for the project.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 04: Historical Highlights Continued, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 04: Historical Highlights Continued, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

The third and final panel dedicated to the general history of the Dory Fleet, panel 4 details events from 1994 to 2014. It presents information about the ongoing challenges faced by the dory fishers. It also includes a Notes and References section for the three historical highlights panels.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 03: Historical Highlights Continued, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 03: Historical Highlights Continued, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Panel three, the second of three panels in the exhibit focused on the general history of the Dory Fleet, chronicles events from the 1940s to the 1990s. These include information about changes in the design of dories, the amount of salmon caught during the “heyday” of commercial fishing, and the increased regulation of the fishing industry.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 02: Historical Highlights, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 02: Historical Highlights, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

The first of three panels in the exhibit that provide general historical highlights about the Dory Fleet, panel two features a timeline of events from 1855 to 1935. It incorporates a section from the Oregon House Calendar of 1927, chronicling the introduction and passage of House Bill 282. This legislation closed the Nestucca River to commercial fishing. The panel also includes an excerpt from the 1927 version of the Oregon Voters’ Pamphlet that describes an initiative to overturn the legislative action.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 20: Additional Support For The Project, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 20: Additional Support For The Project, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Exhibit panel 20 includes the names of supporters of the project. It also features vintage photographs from the Paul Hanneman, Terry and Jan Learned, Sid Fisher, and Coon Family collections.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 19: The Project - Archives & More, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 19: The Project - Archives & More, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Panel 19 features information about the digital archives created to preserve the history of the Pacific City Dory Fleet. It also documents some of the creative and scholarly work associated with the project done by Linfield students and faculty. It is the third of three exhibit panels that chronicle the Launching through the Surf project.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 18: The Project - The Play, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 18: The Project - The Play, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Panel 18 depicts the development of the production of Kickin’ Sand and Tellin’ Lies, a play based on the oral histories collected during the project. The play was performed in November 2012 at the Marshall Theatre on the Linfield College campus in McMinnville and at the Kiawanda Community Center in Pacific City. It is the second of three exhibit panels that chronicle the Launching through the Surf project.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 17: The Project - In The Field, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 17: The Project - In The Field, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Using a photographic collage, panel 17 focuses on the interactions among project collaborators and the dory fishers during interviews and other related activities. It is the first of three exhibit panels that chronicle the Launching through the Surf project.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 16: Yamhill County Connections, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 16: Yamhill County Connections, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

McMinnville and other Yamhill County cities have had a close association with Pacific City and the dory fleet since the late 1800s. Panel 16 is the second of two panels that chronicle the individuals who have forged those ties. The panel features photographs taken as part of the Launching through the Surf project.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 15: Yamhill County Connections, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 15: Yamhill County Connections, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

McMinnville and other Yamhill County cities have had a close association with Pacific City and the dory fleet since the late 1800s. Panel 15 is the first of two panels that chronicle the issues and the people who have forged those ties. The panel features vintage photographs from the collections of dory fishers interviewed for the project.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 14: The Memorial Wall, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 14: The Memorial Wall, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Incorporating drawings and photographs from the Tom Donohue Collection, panel 14 documents the process of building the Memorial Wall at Cape Kiwanda, as well as its dedication in 2009.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 13: Blessing Of The Fleet, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 13: Blessing Of The Fleet, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Like many fishing communities, the Pacific City dory community honors its fleet, asks for bountiful and safe fishing for the coming season, and remembers those who have died during the year at the annual Blessing of the Fleet. The ceremony is held on the beach the first Saturday in June. In a similar vein, the community celebrates the dories and honors those who made significant contributions to the fleet and the community during the Memorial Wall Ceremony. This observance normally takes place during Dory Days. Panel 13 describes both of these events.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 12: Launching & Landing, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 12: Launching & Landing, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Panel 12 details the intriguing processes of launching and landing a dory in the surf, including a brief description of the important skill of reading the waves. The panel incorporates contemporary photographs by Tyrone Marshall and Laura Davis, quotations from dory fishers interviewed as part of the project, and an excerpt from a 1997 Oregonian article.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 11: Turning Oars For A Dory, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 11: Turning Oars For A Dory, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Exhibit panel 11 describes the procedure for turning oars for a dory. Partners Paul Hanneman and Terry Learned have crafted the Cape Kiwanda Wood Products dory oars since the early 1960s. During the spring of 2012, project collaborator Tyrone Marshall photographed the process.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 10: Fiberglassing And Painting A Dory, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 10: Fiberglassing And Painting A Dory, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Panel 10 documents the process of fiberglassing and painting (gelcoating) a new wooden dory. During the spring of 2012, project collaborator Tyrone Marshall photographed Pacific City glasser Jim Allen as he fiberglassed dory number 82, the Rehab.


Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 09: Building A Dory, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2014

Launching Through The Surf Traveling Exhibit Panel 09: Building A Dory, Tyrone Marshall, Brenda Devore Marshall

Launching through the Surf Traveling Exhibit

Panel 9 documents the process of building a dory. During the winter and spring of 2012, project collaborator Tyrone Marshall photographed Pacific City dory builder Terry Learned as he crafted dory number 82, the Rehab.


Institutional Repositories Supporting Community Engagement: Campus And Community Partnerships At Linfield College, Kathleen Spring, Brenda Devore Marshall Mar 2013

Institutional Repositories Supporting Community Engagement: Campus And Community Partnerships At Linfield College, Kathleen Spring, Brenda Devore Marshall

Faculty & Staff Presentations

Building partnerships with community-oriented research centers and departments is one of the best ways to develop an institutional repository into a valued community resource. This presentation examines partnerships with the Linfield Center for the Northwest (LCN) and the Department of Theatre and Communication Arts to demonstrate how Linfield’s institutional repository supports faculty research, student internships, multimedia exhibits, oral histories, and original theatrical productions.


Building Bridges With Boats: Preserving Community History Through Intra- And Inter-Institutional Collaboration, Kathleen Spring, Brenda Devore Marshall Jan 2013

Building Bridges With Boats: Preserving Community History Through Intra- And Inter-Institutional Collaboration, Kathleen Spring, Brenda Devore Marshall

Faculty & Staff Publications

This chapter discusses Launching through the Surf: The Dory Fleet of Pacific City, a project which documents the historical and contemporary role of dory fishers in the life of the coastal village of Pacific City, Oregon, U.S. Linfield College’s Department of Theatre and Communication Arts, its Jereld R. Nicholson Library, the Pacific City Arts Association, the Pacific City Dorymen's Association, and the Linfield Center for the Northwest joined forces to engage in a collaborative college and community venture to preserve this important facet of Oregon’s history. Using ethnography as a theoretical grounding and oral history as ...