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The Mestizo State: Reading Race in Modern Mexico The Mestizo State Reading Race in Modern Mexico Joshua Lund 2012 Spring
The wide-ranging relations between race and cultural production in modern Mexico
The Mexican Government Today The Mexican Government Today William P. Tucker None
The Micmac Indians of Eastern Canada The Micmac Indians of Eastern Canada Wilson D. Wallis and Ruth Sawtell Wallis None
The Miller Collection of Roman Sculpture: Mythological Figures and Portraits The Miller Collection of Roman Sculpture Mythological Figures and Portraits Richard Brilliant 2004 Fall
A tour through an important private collection with one of the world’s foremost art historians
The Mind and Art of Victorian England The Mind and Art of Victorian England Josef L. Altholz, Editor None
The Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway: A Photographic History The Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway A Photographic History Don L. Hofsommer 2009 Spring
The ultimate pictorial history of the midwestern railway M&StL
The Minnesota The Minnesota Evan Jones 2001 Spring
A fascinating depiction of the lives led along this major American river.
The Minnesota Commission of Administration and Finance, 1925-1939: An Administrative History The Minnesota Commission of Administration and Finance, 1925-1939 An Administrative History Lloyd M. Short and Carl W. Tiller None
The Minnesota Community: Country and Town in Transition The Minnesota Community Country and Town in Transition Lowry Nelson None
The Minnesota Department of Taxation: An Administrative History The Minnesota Department of Taxation An Administrative History Lloyd M. Short, Clara Penniman and Floyd O. Flom None
The Mishomis Book: The Voice of the Ojibway The Mishomis Book The Voice of the Ojibway Edward Benton-Banai 2010 Fall
For young readers, the collected wisdom and traditions of Ojibway elders
The Missabe Road: The Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range Railway The Missabe Road The Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range Railway Frank A. King 2003 Spring
The history of the ore boom on the Iron Range and the role railroads played
The Modern Architectural Landscape The Modern Architectural Landscape Caroline Constant 2012 Spring
Examines the overlooked contributions of modern architects to landscape design
The Modernity of Sanskrit The Modernity of Sanskrit Simona Sawhney 2008 Fall
A convincing argument for the modern significance of Sanskrit literature
The Molds and Man: An Introduction to the Fungi The Molds and Man An Introduction to the Fungi Clyde M. Christensen None
The Morals of History The Morals of History Tzvetan Todorov 1995 Spring
Addressed to a broad audience, The Morals of History offers a wide-ranging study of the role of value judgements in culture, as Todorov explores the relationship between facts and values, truth and fiction, interpretation and articulation. Todorov studies a variety of travel narratives from those of Columbus to Amerigo Vespucci to Lamartine, and he analyzes with great clarity the writings of the "ideologues" of both colonialism and anticolonialism.
The Motion of Light in Water: Sex and Science Fiction Writing in the East Village The Motion of Light in Water Sex and Science Fiction Writing in the East Village Samuel R. Delany 2004 Spring
The unexpurgated edition of the award-winning autobiography
The Movie of the Week: Private Stories Public Events The Movie of the Week Private Stories Public Events Elayne Rapping 1992 Fall
The Music of Failure The Music of Failure Bill Holm 2010 Spring
The 25th anniversary edition of Bill Holm’s influential first book of essays
The Names of History: On the Poetics of Knowledge The Names of History On the Poetics of Knowledge Jacques Ranciere 1994 Fall
Reveals the significant impact of historiography on the human sciences during the twentieth century.
The Nation and the States, Rivals or Partners? The Nation and the States, Rivals or Partners? William Anderson None
The Nature and Treatment of Hypothermia: Volume 2 The Nature and Treatment of Hypothermia Volume 2 Robert S. Pozos and Lorentz E. Wittmers Jr., Editors None
The Nazi Perpetrator: Postwar German Art and the Politics of the Right The Nazi Perpetrator Postwar German Art and the Politics of the Right Paul B. Jaskot 2012 Fall
A fundamental reevaluation of how the Nazi past shaped postwar German art and architecture
The Nearness of Others: Searching for Tact and Contact in the Age of HIV The Nearness of Others Searching for Tact and Contact in the Age of HIV David Caron 2014 Spring
An intimate look at the experience, meanings, and politics of HIV disclosure
The Neoliberal Deluge: Hurricane Katrina, Late Capitalism, and the Remaking of New Orleans The Neoliberal Deluge Hurricane Katrina, Late Capitalism, and the Remaking of New Orleans Cedric Johnson, Editor 2011 Fall
A critical collection on the politics of disaster and reconstruction in New Orleans
The Networked Wilderness: Communicating in Early New England The Networked Wilderness Communicating in Early New England Matt Cohen 2009 Fall
Significantly broadens our ideas of literacy, writing, and communication in early America
The New American Exceptionalism The New American Exceptionalism Donald E. Pease 2009 Fall
Exposes the fantasies that shaped U.S. identity between the end of the cold war and the global war on terror
The New American Studies The New American Studies John Carlos Rowe 2002 Spring
A clarion call for a more theoretically and politically informed approach to American Studies
The New Apologists for Poetry The New Apologists for Poetry Murray Krieger None
The New Architectural Pragmatism: A Harvard Design Magazine Reader The New Architectural Pragmatism A Harvard Design Magazine Reader William S. Saunders, Editor 2007 Fall
Explores the tension between adaptation and resistance to commercial conditions in architectural practice and theory
The New Asian City: Three-Dimensional Fictions of Space and Urban Form The New Asian City Three-Dimensional Fictions of Space and Urban Form Jini Kim Watson 2011 Fall
Cultural productions reveal a darker side to development in emblematic Asian Tiger cities
The New Berlin: Memory, Politics, Place The New Berlin Memory, Politics, Place Karen E. Till 2005 Spring
An innovative exploration of German memory, national identity, and modernity
The New Downtown Library: Designing with Communities The New Downtown Library Designing with Communities Shannon Mattern 2006 Fall
How libraries became urban America’s signature buildings
The New Nativism: Proposition 187 and the Debate over Immigration The New Nativism Proposition 187 and the Debate over Immigration Robin Dale Jacobson 2008 Spring
Challenges the role of the “race card” in contemporary politics
The New Politics of Race: Globalism, Difference, Justice The New Politics of Race Globalism, Difference, Justice Howard Winant 2004 Fall
Classic essays on race from a powerful voice in the field
The New Spinoza The New Spinoza Warren Montag and Ted Stolze, Editors 1997 Fall
Modeled on The New Nietzsche, this collection revitalizes the thought of Spinoza.
The New Way of the Wilderness: The Classic Guide to Survival in the Wild The New Way of the Wilderness The Classic Guide to Survival in the Wild Calvin Rutstrum 2000 Fall
The complete resource on backcountry camping from a legendary wilderness expert.
The New World of Southeast Asia The New World of Southeast Asia None
The Newly Born Woman The Newly Born Woman Helene Cixous and Catherine Clement 1986 Spring
Published in France as Le jeune née in 1975, and found here in its first English translation, The Newly Born Woman is a landmark text of the modern feminist movement. In it, Hélène Cixous and Catherine Clément put forward the concept of écriture feminine, exploring the ways women’s sexuality and unconscious shape their imaginary, their language, and their writing. Through their readings of historical, literary, and psychoanalytic accounts, Cixous and Clément explore what is hidden and repressed in culture, revealing the unconscious of history.
The Nonhuman Turn The Nonhuman Turn Richard Grusin, Editor 2015 Spring
A groundbreaking work introducing a new series in twenty-first-century studies
The North Atlantic World in the Seventeenth Century The North Atlantic World in the Seventeenth Century K.G. Davies 1974 Fall
The North Shore: A Four-Season Guide to Minnesota’s Favorite Destination The North Shore A Four-Season Guide to Minnesota’s Favorite Destination Shawn Perich 2003 Fall
The Northern Garden The Northern Garden Daisy T. Abbott None
The Northern Heartland Kitchen The Northern Heartland Kitchen Beth Dooley 2011 Fall
More than two hundred recipes to satisfy seasonal appetites
The Novels of Theodore Dreiser: A Critical Study The Novels of Theodore Dreiser A Critical Study Donald Pizer None
The Obedience of a King of Portugal The Obedience of a King of Portugal Vasco Fernandes de Lucena None
The Occupation of Enemy Territory: A Commentary on the Law and Practice of Belligerent Occupation The Occupation of Enemy Territory A Commentary on the Law and Practice of Belligerent Occupation Gerhard von Glahn None
The Old Land and the New: The Journals of Two Swiss Families in America in the 1820s The Old Land and the New The Journals of Two Swiss Families in America in the 1820s Robert H. Billigmeier and Fred Altschuler Picard, Editors None
The Once and Future New York: Historic Preservation and the Modern City The Once and Future New York Historic Preservation and the Modern City Randall Mason 2009 Spring
Uncovering the roots of America’s historic preservation movement
The Ongoing State University The Ongoing State University James Lewis Morrill None
The Opposite of Cold: The Northwoods Finnish Sauna Tradition The Opposite of Cold The Northwoods Finnish Sauna Tradition Michael Nordskog 2010 Fall
A full-color history and celebration of Finnish sauna in the western Great Lakes
The Origins of Postcommunist Elites: From Prague Spring to the Breakup of Czechoslovakia The Origins of Postcommunist Elites From Prague Spring to the Breakup of Czechoslovakia Gil Eyal 2003 Spring
A surprising look at the causes of the dissolution of Czechoslovakia
The Origins of the British Labour Party The Origins of the British Labour Party J.H. Stewart Reid None
The Other Emerson The Other Emerson Branka Arsić and Cary Wolfe, Editors 2010 Fall
New readings of Ralph Waldo Emerson that reclaim his work for philosophy
The Other Journey: Poems New and Selected The Other Journey Poems New and Selected Katherine Garrison Chapin, Editor None
The Outcomes of Counseling and Psychotherapy: Theory and Research The Outcomes of Counseling and Psychotherapy Theory and Research Theodore Volsky, Jr. None
The Outpatient Treatment of Eating Disorders: A Guide for Therapists, Dietitians, and Physicians The Outpatient Treatment of Eating Disorders A Guide for Therapists, Dietitians, and Physicians James E. Mitchell, M.D., Editor 2001 Fall
The most extensive and detailed information available on eating disorder treatment for health care professionals.
The Paradox of Progressive Thought The Paradox of Progressive Thought David W. Noble None
The Parasite The Parasite Michel Serres 2007 Spring
The foundational work in the area now known as posthuman thought
The Parent as Citizen: A Democratic Dilemma The Parent as Citizen A Democratic Dilemma Brian Duff 2010 Fall
How ideas about parenthood undermine politics
The Passion according to G.H. The Passion according to G.H. Clarice Lispector 1988 Fall
A novel combining elements of the Brazilian literary tradition with feminist and literary theory.
The Past Is Not Dead: Facts, Fictions, and Enduring Racial Stereotypes The Past Is Not Dead Facts, Fictions, and Enduring Racial Stereotypes Allan Pred 2004 Fall
A study of the genealogy and perpetuation of stereotyping
The People and the Word: Reading Native Nonfiction The People and the Word Reading Native Nonfiction Robert Warrior 2005 Fall
Reveals the history and impact of Native American nonfiction writing
The People Have Never Stopped Dancing: Native American Modern Dance Histories The People Have Never Stopped Dancing Native American Modern Dance Histories Jacqueline Shea Murphy 2007 Fall
Addresses the Indian, absent and present, in modern dance studies
The People Named the Chippewa: Narrative Histories The People Named the Chippewa Narrative Histories Gerald Vizenor 1984 Fall
Ranging in time and space from Madeline Island and the reservations of northern Minnesota to the urban reservation of Minneapolis-St. Paul, Vizenor recounts the experiences of the Chippewa and their encounters with the white people who “named” them.
The People of Alor: A Social-Psychological Study of an East Indian Island The People of Alor A Social-Psychological Study of an East Indian Island Cora Du Bois None
The Perfect Foil: François-André Vincent and the Revolution in French Painting The Perfect Foil François-André Vincent and the Revolution in French Painting Elizabeth C. Mansfield 2011 Fall
The life and works of a profoundly influential painter of Revolutionary-era France, brought out of the shadow of his outsize contemporary, Jacques-Louis David
The Phantom Public Sphere The Phantom Public Sphere Bruce Robbins, Editor 1993 Spring
In a postmodern society, can we still speak meaningfully of a public sphere? The contributors address this question by presenting the public sphere and the public/private opposition as a truly interdisciplinary field of inquiry. Among the issues discussed are Jesse Helms’s censorship campaign and the televised Anita Hill/Clarence Thomas Senate hearings.
The Philosophy of Art The Philosophy of Art F.W.J. Schelling Douglas W. Stott, Editor 1989 Spring
The first English translation of a classic text in aesthetics based on the precepts of German Idealism. Schelling systematically treats various forms of art-including music, painting, sculpture, narrative, and poetry-to present a philosophical disclosure of the idea or essence of art itself, an essence that transcends the actual work in history.
The Physico-Chemical Properties of Plant Saps in Relation to Phytogeography: Data on Native Vegetation in its Natural Environment The Physico-Chemical Properties of Plant Saps in Relation to Phytogeography Data on Native Vegetation in its Natural Environment J. Arthur Harris None
The Physiology and Pathology of the Cerebellum The Physiology and Pathology of the Cerebellum Robert S. Dow and Guiseppe Moruzzi None
The Physiology of Standing (Das Stehen): Postural Reactions and Equilibrium with Special References to the Behavior of Decerebellate Animals The Physiology of Standing (Das Stehen) Postural Reactions and Equilibrium with Special References to the Behavior of Decerebellate Animals G. G. J. Rademaker None
The Picaresque: Tradition and Displacement The Picaresque Tradition and Displacement Giancarlo Maiorino 1996 Spring
Brings the insights of contemporary literary and cultural theory to the study of the picaresque.
The Playwright as Thinker: A Study of Drama in Modern Times, Fourth Edition The Playwright as Thinker A Study of Drama in Modern Times, Fourth Edition Eric Bentley 2010 Fall
A definitive work by one of the greatest drama critics
The Poetic Workmanship of Alexander Pope The Poetic Workmanship of Alexander Pope Rebecca Price Parkin None
The Poetics of DNA The Poetics of DNA Judith Roof 2007 Spring
Reveals the ideological effects of DNA metaphors and stories
The Poetics of Information Overload: From Gertrude Stein to Conceptual Writing The Poetics of Information Overload From Gertrude Stein to Conceptual Writing Paul Stephens 2015 Spring
What does avant-garde poetry have to say about information technology? A lot.
The Poetics of Plot: The Case of English Renaissance Drama The Poetics of Plot The Case of English Renaissance Drama Thomas G. Pavel 1985 Spring
A unique methodology for plot analysis focusing on an important body of English Renaissance dramas.
The Poetry of Pope’s Dunciad The Poetry of Pope’s Dunciad John E. Sitter None
The Poetry of the Possible: Spontaneity, Modernism, and the Multitude The Poetry of the Possible Spontaneity, Modernism, and the Multitude Joel Nickels 2012 Spring
The abstractions of modernism reimagined as figurations of collective self-organization
The Poitier Effect: Racial Melodrama and Fantasies of Reconciliation The Poitier Effect Racial Melodrama and Fantasies of Reconciliation Sharon Willis 2015 Spring
Sidney Poitier as an icon of the civil rights era, signifying racial reconciliation without threat to the white status quo
The Policy Dilemma: Federal Crime Policy and the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, 1968-1978 The Policy Dilemma Federal Crime Policy and the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, 1968-1978 Malcolm M. Feeley and Austin D. Sarat 1980 Fall
The Politics of Editing The Politics of Editing Nicholas Spadaccini and Jenaro Talens, Editors 1992 Spring
“This state-of-the-art commentary is always mindful of a rich and engaging editorial tradition and conscious, at the same time, of how recent theoretical models may affect, and direct, the editor’s task. . . . a most insightful, informative, and provocative study.” --Edward H. Friedman
The Politics of Everyday Fear The Politics of Everyday Fear Brian Massumi, Editor 1993 Fall
The contemporary consumer is bombarded with fear-inducing images and information. This media shower of imagery is equaled only by the sheer quantity of fear-assuaging products offered for our consumption. The contributors address questions raised by the saturation of social space by capitalized fear.
The Politics of Selfhood: Bodies and Identities in Global Capitalism The Politics of Selfhood Bodies and Identities in Global Capitalism Richard Harvey Brown, Editor 2003 Fall
Looks at the ways social change is expressed through debates over identities and bodies
The Politics of Social Protest: Comparative Perspectives on States and Social Movements The Politics of Social Protest Comparative Perspectives on States and Social Movements J. Craig Jenkins and Bert Klandermans, Editors 1995 Spring
Bringing together celebrated scholars from diverse traditions and backgrounds, this volume focuses on the reciprocal relationships among social movements, states, and political parties. The essays are organized around three key questions: Why do citizens resort to the often risky and demanding strategy of using disruptive protest when other channels of political intervention appear to be available? What is the relationship between social protest movements and systems of political representation? And what is the impact of the structure and development of the state on social movements themselves? Contributors include Ronald Aminzade, Paul Burstein, Russell J. Dalton, Donatella della Porta, Henry Dietz, Rachel L. Einwohner, Steven E. Finkel, Jerrold D. Green, Jocelyn Hollander, Hanspeter Kriesi, Diarmuid Maguire, Bronislaw Misztal, Edward N. Muller, Michael Nollert, Karl-Dieter Opp, Dieter Rucht, Michael Wallace, and Gadi Wolfsfeld.
The Politics of the Global The Politics of the Global Himadeep Muppidi 2004 Fall
Examines globalism as a social production, opening up new paths of resistance
The Population Ahead The Population Ahead Roy G. Francis, Editor None
The Postcolonial and the Global The Postcolonial and the Global Revathi Krishnaswamy and John C. Hawley, Editors 2007 Fall
Connects postcolonial and global discourses in the humanities and social sciences
The Postmodern Condition: A Report on Knowledge The Postmodern Condition A Report on Knowledge Jean-François Lyotard 1984 Spring
This founding essay of the postmodern movement argues that knowledge-science, technology, and the arts-has undergone a change of status since the 19th century and especially since the late 1950s.
The Postmodern Explained: Correspondence 1982-1985 The Postmodern Explained Correspondence 1982-1985 Jean-François Lyotard Julian Pefanis and Morgan Thomas, Editors 1992 Fall
An engaging collection of letters written to young philosophers and theorists by the legendary philosopher.
The Postnational Self: Belonging and Identity The Postnational Self Belonging and Identity Ulf Hedetoft and Mette Hjort, Editors 2002 Fall
A timely look at how our globalized era has reconfigured experiences of belonging.
The Potentials About a Point Electrode and Apparent Resistivity Curves for a Two-, Three-, and Four-Layer Earth The Potentials About a Point Electrode and Apparent Resistivity Curves for a Two-, Three-, and Four-Layer Earth Harold M. Mooney and W. W. Wetzel None
The Power of Genre The Power of Genre Adena Rosmarin 1986 Spring
The Practice of Everyday Life: Volume 2 The Practice of Everyday Life Volume 2 Michel de Certeau, Luce Giard and Pierre Mayol 1998 Fall
The final volume in de Certeau’s magnum opus.
The Presidency in the Courts The Presidency in the Courts Glendon A. Schubert, Jr. None
The Press and the Constitution, 1931-1947 The Press and the Constitution, 1931-1947 J. Edward Gerald None
The Price of Thirst: Global Water Inequality and the Coming Chaos The Price of Thirst Global Water Inequality and the Coming Chaos Karen Piper 2014 Fall
Imagine a world where water is only for those who can afford it. We’re already there.
The Priest: A Gothic Romance The Priest A Gothic Romance Thomas M. Disch 2010 Fall
The third—and most controversial—installment in Thomas M. Disch’s Supernatural Minnesota series
The Primitive, the Aesthetic, and the Savage: An Enlightenment Problematic The Primitive, the Aesthetic, and the Savage An Enlightenment Problematic Tony C. Brown 2012 Fall
How the exotic constitutes Enlightenment aesthetic theory