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EXHIBITS / BOOK DISPLAY

All participants are invited to send or bring copies of their recent publications to be exhibited at the book display, which will be located in the IMU conference office (Frangipani Room M051). If your work may be ordered through a publisher, please feel free to include flyers or order forms. For further information, contact Emily Castle (efcastle@indiana.edu).


Exhibit: “Ojibwe Public Art, Ostrom Private Lives,” Mathers Museum, 416 N. Indiana Avenue
Presents works by late twentieth-century Ojibwe artists of Manitoulin Island, Canada, collected by Elinor and Vincent Ostrom
Museum hours: Mon–Fri (9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.); Sat–Sun (1:00 to 4:30 p.m.). On Wednesday, June 18, the museum will remain open until 7:00 p.m. for WOW5 participants wishing to view the exhibit.

Special Exhibitions Gallery: IU Art Museum, "Matisse’s Jazz and Other Works from Indiana University Collections," April 2–June 29, 2014. On Thursday, June 19, the museum will keep the Special Exhibitions Gallery open until 6:30 p.m. for WOW5 participants.


Bish, Robert L. 2014. “Vincent Ostrom’s Contributions to Political Economy.” Special issue, "The Federalism Scholarship of Elinor and Vincent Ostrom: Applications and Reflections," edited by John Kincaid, Publius: The Journal of Federalism 44(2) (Spring): 227–48.

Carspecken, Lucinda. 2012. An Unreal Estate: Sustainability and Freedom in an Evolving Community. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Dennis, Barbara, Lucinda Carspecken, and Phil Carspecken. 2013. Qualitative Research: A Reader in Philosophy Core Concepts and Practice. New York: Peter Lang.

Finidori, Helene. 2014. “Recognizing Each Other in the Commons: The Basis for an Alternative Political Philosophy of Systemic Change?” Kosmos 13(2): 41.

Ostrom, Elinor. 2014. “Do Institutions for Collective Action Evolve?” Special Issue in Memoriam of Elinor Ostrom, Journal of Bioeconomics 16(1): 3–30.

Policy Matters special issue: “Remembering Elinor Ostrom: Her Work and Its Contribution to the Theory and Practice of Conservation and Sustainable Natural Resource Management,” edited by James Robson et al., issue 19 (April 2014).

Publius special issues: "The Federalism Scholarship of Elinor and Vincent Ostrom: Applications and Reflections," 44(2) (Spring 2014). See also Virtual Issue: "Scholarly Works on Federalism by Elinor Ostrom and Vincent Ostrom" (free download of articles for one month); and a blog posting by John Kincaid on the Ostroms and their federalism scholarship.

Rotherham, Ian D., Mauro Agnoletti, and ChristineHandley, eds. 2014. The End of Tradition. Sheffield, England: Wildtrack. [Flyer/discount]

Sabetti, Filippo, and Paul Dragos Aligica. 2014. Choice, Rules and Collective Action: The Ostroms on the Study of Institutions and Governance. Colchester, England: ECPR Press. [Flyer/discount]

Schweik, Charles M. and Robert English. 2012. Internet Success: A Study of Open-Source Software Commons. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.