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Thinking, Language, and Experience Thinking, Language, and Experience Hector-Neri Castañeda None
Thinking Matter: Materialism in Eighteenth-Century Britain Thinking Matter Materialism in Eighteenth-Century Britain John W. Yolton None
Third Wave Agenda: Being Feminist, Doing Feminism Third Wave Agenda Being Feminist, Doing Feminism Leslie Heywood and Jennifer Drake, Editors 1997 Fall
Discusses the challenges and pleasures of creating a new feminism.
Thirty Rooms to Hide In: Insanity, Addiction, and Rock ‘n’ Roll in the Shadow of the Mayo Clinic Thirty Rooms to Hide In Insanity, Addiction, and Rock ‘n’ Roll in the Shadow of the Mayo Clinic Luke Longstreet Sullivan 2014 Spring
The remarkable story of six brothers growing up in the ’50s and ’60s as their father—a highly respected Mayo Clinic surgeon—slowly goes insane
This Is Not Florida: How Al Franken Won the Minnesota Senate Recount This Is Not Florida How Al Franken Won the Minnesota Senate Recount Jay Weiner 2010 Fall
The behind-the-scenes story of the historic Franken-Coleman Minnesota Senate recount
This Is the City: Making Model Citizens in Los Angeles This Is the City Making Model Citizens in Los Angeles Ronald J. Schmidt Jr. 2004 Fall
A history of the urban and political forces in L.A. that sought to create virtuous and docile citizens
This Is Where I Am: A Memoir This Is Where I Am A Memoir Zeke Caligiuri 2016 Fall
A look at the life that landed the writer in prison and a lost world recaptured
Thomas Hardy from Serial to Novel Thomas Hardy from Serial to Novel Mary Ellen Chase None
Thomas Hobbes in His Time Thomas Hobbes in His Time Ralph Ross, Herbert W. Schneider and Theodore Waldman, Editors None
A series of essays which assess Thomas Hobbes, the seventeenth-century English philosopher, in terms of his own time, counteracting much contemporary misunderstanding of his ideas and aims. All the essays except one by John Dewey were written especially for this book. Other contributors include the editors of the volume and Paul Johnson and Craig Walton.
Thomas Wolfe - American Writers 6: University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers Thomas Wolfe - American Writers 6 University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers C. Hugh Holman 1960 Spring
Thornton Wilder - American Writers 34: University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers Thornton Wilder - American Writers 34 University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers Bernard Grebanier 1964 Spring
Those About Him Remained Silent: The Battle over W. E. B. Du Bois Those About Him Remained Silent The Battle over W. E. B. Du Bois Amy Bass 2012 Fall
Uncovers racism and red-baiting in the dynamic between the cold war and civil rights
Those Who Work, Those Who Don't: Poverty, Morality, and Family in Rural America Those Who Work, Those Who Don't Poverty, Morality, and Family in Rural America Jennifer Sherman 2009 Fall
Following the stories of economic collapse in a Northern California town and what they tell us about rural America
Those Without a Country: The Political Culture of Italian American Syndicalists Those Without a Country The Political Culture of Italian American Syndicalists Michael Miller Topp 2001 Fall
A groundbreaking study of this political movement.
Thought, Fact, and Reference: The Origins and Ontology of Logical Atomism Thought, Fact, and Reference The Origins and Ontology of Logical Atomism Herbert Hochberg None
Thought in the Act: Passages in the Ecology of Experience Thought in the Act Passages in the Ecology of Experience Erin Manning and Brian Massumi 2014 Spring
Explores the intimate connections between thinking and creative practice
Three Gay Tales from Grimm Three Gay Tales from Grimm Wanda Gág 2008 Fall
Enchanting adaptations of Grimm by renowned artist and author Wanda Gág
Through Amateur Eyes: Film and Photography in Nazi Germany Through Amateur Eyes Film and Photography in Nazi Germany Frances Guerin 2011 Fall
A history of rare archival amateur photographs and films from Nazi Germany
Through No Fault of My Own: A Girl’s Diary of Life on Summit Avenue in the Jazz Age Through No Fault of My Own A Girl’s Diary of Life on Summit Avenue in the Jazz Age Coco Irvine 2011 Spring
A young teenage girl’s escapades as part of St. Paul’s social elite in the 1920s
Through the Shattering Glass: Cervantes and the Self-Made World Through the Shattering Glass Cervantes and the Self-Made World Nicholas Spadaccini and Jenaro Talens 1992 Fall
“Offers an important new approach to Cervantes’s works, which have been studied in toto by relatively few critics.” --Edward Friedman
Time Frames: Japanese Cinema and the Unfolding of History Time Frames Japanese Cinema and the Unfolding of History Scott Nygren 2006 Fall
A bold new approach to Japanese film history set within a global context
Time Passages: Collective Memory and American Popular Culture Time Passages Collective Memory and American Popular Culture George Lipsitz 2001 Fall
The classic work on collective memory and popular culture in the United States.
To and from Utopia in the New Cuban Art To and from Utopia in the New Cuban Art Rachel Weiss 2010 Fall
The definitive critical history of the new Cuban art
To Be, or Not . . . to Bop To Be, or Not . . . to Bop Dizzy Gillespie and Al Fraser 2009 Spring
Innovative memoir of jazz genius Dizzy Gillespie tells the story of black American music during one of its greatest periods
To Show What an Indian Can Do: Sports at Native American Boarding Schools To Show What an Indian Can Do Sports at Native American Boarding Schools John Bloom 2005 Spring
A compelling and inspiring account of Native American student athletes—now available in paperback!
To Smile in Autumn: A Memoir To Smile in Autumn A Memoir Gordon Parks 2009 Fall
“Gordon Parks was like the Jackie Robinson of film.” —Donald Faulkner, Director, New York State Writers Institute
To the Third Empire: Ibsen’s Early Drama To the Third Empire Ibsen’s Early Drama Brian Johnston None
Tongzhi Living: Men Attracted to Men in Postsocialist China Tongzhi Living Men Attracted to Men in Postsocialist China Tiantian Zheng 2015 Fall
A revealing study of men attracted to men trying to create community in a modern Chinese city
Tony Oliva: The Life and Times of a Minnesota Twins Legend Tony Oliva The Life and Times of a Minnesota Twins Legend Thom Henninger 2015 Spring
The astounding success and personal struggle of the Twins’ beloved outfielder and batting champion—from his arrival from Cuba at age twenty-two to the present
Too Beautiful to Picture: Zeuxis, Myth, and Mimesis Too Beautiful to Picture Zeuxis, Myth, and Mimesis Elizabeth C. Mansfield 2006 Fall
An intriguing look at imitation in Western art from antiquity to the present
Too Many Thumbs: A Three-Act Play Too Many Thumbs A Three-Act Play Robert Hivnor None
Too Much of a Good Thing: Mae West as Cultural Icon Too Much of a Good Thing Mae West as Cultural Icon Ramona Curry 1996 Spring
The first examination of Mae West's meaning in American popular culture.
Torn in Two: The Sinking of the Daniel J. Morrell and One Man’s Survival on the Open Sea Torn in Two The Sinking of the Daniel J. Morrell and One Man’s Survival on the Open Sea Michael Schumacher 2016 Fall
A gripping tale of one of the worst shipwrecks in Great Lakes history and of remarkable survival against all odds
Total Liberation: The Power and Promise of Animal Rights and the Radical Earth Movement Total Liberation The Power and Promise of Animal Rights and the Radical Earth Movement David Naguib Pellow 2014 Fall
All oppression is linked: radical environmental and animal liberation movements in the struggle for social justice
Touch: Sensuous Theory and Multisensory Media Touch Sensuous Theory and Multisensory Media Laura U. Marks 2002 Fall
Proposes a revolutionary approach to the interpretation of art, film, and the digital.
Toward a Democratic New Order Toward a Democratic New Order David Bryn-Jones None
Toward a Global Idea of Race Toward a Global Idea of Race Denise Ferreira da Silva 2007 Spring
Breaks open the concept of race in a modern, global world.
Toward a Medieval Poetics Toward a Medieval Poetics Paul Zumthor 1991 Fall
A major work of modern critical theory that is concerned with establishing the dynamics of textual production in the Middle Ages. Integrating knowledge in philosophy, history, sociology, and language, Zumthor produces a detailed synthesis that depicts the literary understanding during the historical period that laid the basis for modern literature.
Toward a Philosophy of Organized Student Activities Toward a Philosophy of Organized Student Activities Herbert Stroup None
Toward a Sociology of the Trace Toward a Sociology of the Trace Herman Gray and Macarena Gómez-Barris, Editors 2010 Fall
Questions national identity by investigating the creation of memory and meaning
Toward an Aesthetic of Reception Toward an Aesthetic of Reception Hans Robert Jauss 1982 Fall
This volume presents for the first time in English the foundational writings of the leading proponent of the aesthetic of reception. Jauss here attempts to develop categories to channel conventional literary history into a history of aesthetic experience. These essays explore the relation of art history to social history, the nature of genres in the middle ages, and provide exemplary readings in the comparative analysis of literature.
Toward an Architecture of Enjoyment Toward an Architecture of Enjoyment Henri Lefebvre Lukasz Stanek, Editor 2014 Spring
The relationship between bodily pleasure, space, and architecture—from one of the twentieth century’s most important urban theorists
Town Ball: The Glory Days of Minnesota Amateur Baseball Town Ball The Glory Days of Minnesota Amateur Baseball Armand Peterson and Tom Tomashek 2006 Fall
Relive the golden era of Minnesota’s town team baseball from 1945 to 1960
Toxic Burn: The Grassroots Struggle against the WTI Incinerator Toxic Burn The Grassroots Struggle against the WTI Incinerator Thomas Shevory 2007 Spring
The economics of trash and the politics behind hazardous waste disposal.
Tracking Modernity: India’s Railway and the Culture of Mobility Tracking Modernity India’s Railway and the Culture of Mobility Marian Aguiar 2011 Spring
The ubiquitous railway as a symbol of the tensions of Indian modernity
Tracks in the Wild Tracks in the Wild Betsy Bowen 2015 Fall
A beautiful children’s book detailing Minnesota’s northwoods animals and their tracks
Tradition and Belief: Religious Writing in Late Anglo-Saxon England Tradition and Belief Religious Writing in Late Anglo-Saxon England Clare A. Lees 1999 Fall
Looks at early religious texts and their influence on medieval literature and culture.
Trafficking Subjects: The Politics of Mobility in Nineteenth-Century America Trafficking Subjects The Politics of Mobility in Nineteenth-Century America Mark Simpson 2004 Fall
Redefines travel in the United States during the antebellum, postbellum, and early modernist periods
Trafficking Women’s Human Rights Trafficking Women’s Human Rights Julietta Hua 2011 Fall
How images of sex trafficking produce notions of race, sex, and citizenship
Trailside Botany: 101 Favorite Trees, Shrubs, and Wildflowers of the Upper Midwest Trailside Botany 101 Favorite Trees, Shrubs, and Wildflowers of the Upper Midwest John Bates 2004 Spring
Trailside Botany is filled with clear descriptions and detailed drawings of the 101 wildflowers, trees, and other plants most likely seen along North Woods trails.
Trans-Indigenous: Methodologies for Global Native Literary Studies Trans-Indigenous Methodologies for Global Native Literary Studies Chadwick Allen 2012 Fall
Uncovering the wealth of Indigenous self-representation through juxtaposition of genres, cultures, histories, and geographies
Transatlantic Topographies: Islands, Highlands, Jungles Transatlantic Topographies Islands, Highlands, Jungles Ileana Rodriguez 2004 Fall
Explores the construction of the Americas by and through European eyes
Transfer, Memory, and Creativity: After-Learning as Perceptual Process Transfer, Memory, and Creativity After-Learning as Perceptual Process George M. Haslerud None
Transfigurations of the Maghreb: Feminism, Decolonization, and Literatures Transfigurations of the Maghreb Feminism, Decolonization, and Literatures Winifred Woodhull 1993 Fall
Through readings of some of the best-known texts in Algerian literature in French, Woodhull both challenges the separation between French and Francophone literatures and cultures in the academy and explores the ways in which “femininity” has been represented in the texts of North African and French writers since the mid-1950s.
Transgender Rights Transgender Rights Paisley Currah, Richard M. Juang and Shannon Price Minter, Editors 2006 Fall
The first comprehensive work on the transgender civil rights movement
Transhumanism: Evolutionary Futurism and the Human Technologies of Utopia Transhumanism Evolutionary Futurism and the Human Technologies of Utopia Andrew Pilsch 2017 Fall
Exploring the rich history and utopian potential of transhumanism’s belief that humanity is on the cusp of radical evolutionary transformation
Translation and Subjectivity: On Japan and cultural nationalism Translation and Subjectivity On Japan and cultural nationalism Naoki Sakai and Meaghan Morris 1997 Fall
Explores the cultural politics of translation in the context of Japan.
Transnational LGBT Activism: Working for Sexual Rights Worldwide Transnational LGBT Activism Working for Sexual Rights Worldwide Ryan R. Thoreson 2014 Fall
A firsthand account of the work of transnational LGBT human rights activists
Trash Animals: How We Live with Nature’s Filthy, Feral, Invasive, and Unwanted Species Trash Animals How We Live with Nature’s Filthy, Feral, Invasive, and Unwanted Species Kelsi Nagy and Phillip David Johnson II, Editors 2013 Spring
From pigeons to prairie dogs, reflections on reviled animals and their place in contemporary life
Traumatic Realism: The Demands of Holocaust Representation Traumatic Realism The Demands of Holocaust Representation Michael Rothberg 2000 Fall
Analyzes the impact of historical trauma on contemporary culture.
Travel as Metaphor: From Montaigne to Rousseau Travel as Metaphor From Montaigne to Rousseau Georges Van den Abbeele 1991 Fall
A detailed reading of Montaigne, Descartes, Montesquieu, and Rousseau, underscoring the foundational and potentially liberating force of travel in early modern French philosophy.
Travelers, Immigrants, Inmates: Essays in Estrangement Travelers, Immigrants, Inmates Essays in Estrangement Frances Bartkowski 1995 Spring
Uses travel writings, U.S. immigrant autobiographies, and concentration camp memoirs to illustrate how tales of dislocation present readers with a picture of the complex issues surrounding mistaken identities. Bartkowski's elegantly written and incisive book stands at the crossroads of contemporary thought in cultural studies and ethnicity, race and gender, nationalism, and the politics and poetics of identity.
Travels and Traditions of Waterfowl Travels and Traditions of Waterfowl H. Albert Hochbaum 1967 Fall
Treatments: Language, Politics, and the Culture of Illness Treatments Language, Politics, and the Culture of Illness Lisa Diedrich 2007 Spring
Delving into the controversial relationship between illness and art, philosophy and politics
Trees and Shrubs for Northern Gardens Trees and Shrubs for Northern Gardens Leon C. Snyder Jr 2000 Fall
The classic guide to growing woody plants in a northern climate, in a new easy-to-use edition.
Trees and Shrubs of Minnesota Trees and Shrubs of Minnesota Welby R. Smith 2008 Spring
Practical, comprehensive, and packed with information—the indispensable guide for identifying trees and shrubs in Minnesota
Trees and Shrubs of the Upper Midwest Trees and Shrubs of the Upper Midwest Carl Otto Rosendahl None
Trespassing through Shadows: Memory, Photography, and the Holocaust Trespassing through Shadows Memory, Photography, and the Holocaust Andrea Liss 1998 Spring
The first book to interpret the role of photography in current representations of the Holocaust.
Trials by Wildfire: In Search of the New Warrior Spirit Trials by Wildfire In Search of the New Warrior Spirit Peter M. Leschak 2001 Fall
Triangulations: Narrative Strategies for Navigating Latino Identity Triangulations Narrative Strategies for Navigating Latino Identity David J. Vázquez 2011 Fall
How Latino autobiographical texts reconfigure identity in opposition to familiar notions of self
Tribal Secrets: Recovering American Indian Intellectual Traditions Tribal Secrets Recovering American Indian Intellectual Traditions Robert Warrior 1994 Fall
“Robert Warrior writes at once to the memories of tribal survivance and the critical confidence of his generation; he ascertains intellectual histories that have been largely unconsidered in other studies of Native American Indians . . . a courageous comparative textual criticism.” --Gerald Vizenor, University of California, Berkeley
Tribune of the People: The Minnesota Legislature and Its Leadership Tribune of the People The Minnesota Legislature and Its Leadership Royce Hanson 1990 Fall
Trilogy of Resistance Trilogy of Resistance Antonio Negri 2011 Spring
The first collection of plays—provocative political dramas—by the coauthor of the best-selling book Empire
Trouble in the Forest: California’s Redwood Timber Wars Trouble in the Forest California’s Redwood Timber Wars Richard Widick 2009 Fall
The long social history of California’s conflict over ancient forests and its impact today
Troubling Minds: The Cultural Politics of Genius in the United States, 1840–1890 Troubling Minds The Cultural Politics of Genius in the United States, 1840–1890 Gustavus Stadler 2006 Spring
Revitalizes the concept of genius through an examination of its nineteenth-century origins
Troubling the Family: The Promise of Personhood and the Rise of Multiracialism Troubling the Family The Promise of Personhood and the Rise of Multiracialism Habiba Ibrahim 2012 Fall
Discovers the roots of multiracialism in the feminist movement
True and Untrue and Other Norse Tales True and Untrue and Other Norse Tales Sigrid Undset, Editor 2013 Spring
Classic Norse folklore handed down from one generation to the next
True Ocean Found: Paludanus’s Letters on Dutch Voyages to the Kara Sea, 1595-1596 True Ocean Found Paludanus’s Letters on Dutch Voyages to the Kara Sea, 1595-1596 James D. Tracy None
Trust Trust Alphonso Lingis 2004 Spring
A traveler to the world’s remote corners muses on human relationships and the nature of travel
Turkish Berlin: Integration Policy and Urban Space Turkish Berlin Integration Policy and Urban Space Annika Marlen Hinze 2013 Fall
A revealing account of how immigrants create, cope with, and change urban neighborhoods
Turn Here Sweet Corn: Organic Farming Works Turn Here Sweet Corn Organic Farming Works Atina Diffley 2013 Fall
A master class in organic farming, a lesson in entrepreneurship, a love story, and a legal thriller
Twelve Owls Twelve Owls Laura Erickson 2011 Fall
A gorgeous guide to the owls native to Minnesota, with descriptions and portraits by two of the state’s most beloved authors
Twelve Views from the Distance Twelve Views from the Distance Mutsuo Takahashi 2012 Fall
An incandescent memoir of a boy’s coming of age in wartime Japan
Twelve Years and Thirteen Days: Remembering Paul and Sheila Wellstone Twelve Years and Thirteen Days Remembering Paul and Sheila Wellstone Terry Gydesen 2003 Fall
A moving tribute to Minnesota’s most committed political couple
Twilight Rails: The Final Era of Railroad Building in the Midwest Twilight Rails The Final Era of Railroad Building in the Midwest H. Roger Grant 2010 Spring
The first book to document the final wave of railroad construction in the Midwest, written by a preeminent railroad historian
Twin Cities by Trolley: The Streetcar Era in Minneapolis and St. Paul Twin Cities by Trolley The Streetcar Era in Minneapolis and St. Paul John W. Diers and Aaron Isaacs 2007 Spring
See the city as it once was—a pictorial history of the trolleys that traversed Twin Cities neighborhoods.
Twin Ports by Trolley: The Streetcar Era in Duluth–Superior Twin Ports by Trolley The Streetcar Era in Duluth–Superior Aaron Isaacs 2014 Fall
The lost era of the streetcar in the Twin Ports comes to life in this detailed, richly illustrated history
Twitch and Shout: A Touretter’s Tale Twitch and Shout A Touretter’s Tale Lowell Handler 2004 Fall
The remarkable memoir of a Touretter’s journey of self-discovery—now back in print!
Two Kinds of Rationality: Kibbutz Democracy and Generational Conflict Two Kinds of Rationality Kibbutz Democracy and Generational Conflict T.M.S. Evens 1995 Spring
Beginning with a discussion of mind-body dualism in social anthropology, Evens presents a profound theory of human conduct that deploys notions of hierarchy and practice. He uses the case study of an Israeli kibbutz to address the central anthropological problem of rationality. Of particular interest is Evens's interpretation of the Genesis myth, along with his reading of Rousseau's revision of this myth, as a paradigm of generational conflict and the kibbutz's logic of moral order.
Two Lessons on Animal and Man Two Lessons on Animal and Man Gilbert Simondon 2012 Fall
The increasingly influential French philosopher presents the history of philosophical discourse in regard to humans, animals, and the vegetal
Ulrike Ottinger: The Autobiography of Art Cinema Ulrike Ottinger The Autobiography of Art Cinema Laurence A. Rickels 2008 Spring
A brilliantly unconventional investigation into the career of a visionary German filmmaker and the untimely death of art cinema
Unarmed Insurrections: People Power Movements in Nondemocracies Unarmed Insurrections People Power Movements in Nondemocracies Kurt Schock 2004 Fall
Pinpoints reasons for successes and failures of nonviolent protest movements
Uncertain Dimensions: Western Overseas Empires in the Twentieth Century Uncertain Dimensions Western Overseas Empires in the Twentieth Century Raymond F. Betts 1985 Spring
Unconditional Equality: Gandhi's Religion of Resistance Unconditional Equality Gandhi's Religion of Resistance Ajay Skaria 2016 Spring
The first book on Mahatma Gandhi’s philosophy to be informed by postcolonialism
Under Bright Lights: Gay Manila and the Global Scene Under Bright Lights Gay Manila and the Global Scene Bobby Benedicto 2014 Fall
Reassessing gay globalization as seen and lived by third world gay men of means
Undoing Empire: Race and Nation in the Mulatto Caribbean Undoing Empire Race and Nation in the Mulatto Caribbean José F. Buscaglia-Salgado 2003 Spring
A revelatory account that places mulatto experience at the center of Caribbean history
Unfastened: Globality and Asian North American Narratives Unfastened Globality and Asian North American Narratives Eleanor Ty 2010 Spring
Understanding Asian American literature, history, and culture in terms of globalization
Unfolding the City: Women Write the City in Latin America Unfolding the City Women Write the City in Latin America Anne Lambright and Elisabeth Guerrero, Editors 2006 Fall
An original look at how Latin American women writers rethink urban space
Union Pacific: Volume I, 1862-1893 Union Pacific Volume I, 1862-1893 Maury Klein 2006 Spring
The history of the railroad that connected the coasts and unified the United States
Union Pacific II: Volume II, 1894-1969 Union Pacific II Volume II, 1894-1969 Maury Klein 2006 Spring
The saga continues as the Union Pacific lays the groundwork for modern industry in America