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Without Offending Humans: A Critique of Animal Rights Without Offending Humans A Critique of Animal Rights Élisabeth de Fontenay 2012 Fall
What do humans owe to animals?
Witnessing: Beyond Recognition Witnessing Beyond Recognition Kelly Oliver 2001 Spring
A new, ethically based theory of identity by a major scholar.
Wolf Shadows Wolf Shadows Mary Casanova 2013 Fall
In this sequel to Moose Tracks, Seth’s mixed feelings about a debate in his northern Minnesota town over the growing wolf packs puts him at odds with his friend Matt. When he sees Matt commit a horrible act of violence, Seth angrily abandons him, unaware that a blizzard is on the way, and now must try to rescue his friend.
Woman and Chinese Modernity: The Politics of Reading Between West and East Woman and Chinese Modernity The Politics of Reading Between West and East Rey Chow 1990 Fall
Examines the relationship of “woman” to issues of non-western culture.
Woman at Work: The Autobiography of Mary Anderson as told to Mary N. Winslow Woman at Work The Autobiography of Mary Anderson as told to Mary N. Winslow Mary Anderson None
Woman of the Boundary Waters: Canoeing, Guiding, Mushing, and Surviving Woman of the Boundary Waters Canoeing, Guiding, Mushing, and Surviving Justine Kerfoot 1994 Spring
The Boundary Waters region of Minnesota and Ontario is a vast wilderness of quiet beauty, visited and loved by many, but home to only a rugged few. Justine Kerfoot arrived there in 1928 and has lived there ever since. As she relates her lessons from the Canadian Indians across the lake-how to paddle a canoe, hunt moose, drive a dog team, and stay warm at minus 40 degrees-Kerfoot gives us a rich sense of the world of the Indians and fur trappers. Her lyrical descriptions of wildlife and seasonal environments express the deep reverence for nature that has become her way of life.
Women Adrift: The Literature of Japan’s Imperial Body Women Adrift The Literature of Japan’s Imperial Body Noriko J. Horiguchi 2011 Fall
How women figured in the expansion of the national body of the Japanese empire
Women and the Everyday City: Public Space in San Francisco, 1890–1915 Women and the Everyday City Public Space in San Francisco, 1890–1915 Jessica Ellen Sewell 2010 Fall
Women in the city in turn-of-the-century San Francisco
Women, Guerrillas, and Love: Understanding War in Central America Women, Guerrillas, and Love Understanding War in Central America Ileana Rodriguez 1996 Fall
Offers readings of Latin American “politically committed” literature.
Women of Vision: Histories in Feminist Film and Video Women of Vision Histories in Feminist Film and Video Alexandra Juhasz, Editor 2001 Spring
Legends and rising stars of feminist film and video tell their stories.
Women Who Make a Fuss: The Unfaithful Daughters of Virginia Woolf Women Who Make a Fuss The Unfaithful Daughters of Virginia Woolf Isabelle Stengers and Vinciane Despret 2014 Spring
A vibrant call to reevaluate the heritage of women thinkers inside and outside the academy
Women Write Iran: Nostalgia and Human Rights from the Diaspora Women Write Iran Nostalgia and Human Rights from the Diaspora Nima Naghibi 2016 Spring
Auto/biographical narratives can kindle both our empathy and our commitment to human rights
Wood, Concrete, Stone, and Steel: Minnesota’s Historic Bridges Wood, Concrete, Stone, and Steel Minnesota’s Historic Bridges Denis P. Gardner 2008 Spring
From International Falls to Minneapolis to Winona—the first illustrated history of the bridges of Minnesota
Word Association Norms: Grade School Through College Word Association Norms Grade School Through College David S. Palermo and James J. Jenkins None
Word’s Out: Gay Men’s English Word’s Out Gay Men’s English William L. Leap 1996 Spring
The first book-length analysis of the language used by gay men.
Words of Welfare: The Poverty of Social Science and the Social Science of Poverty Words of Welfare The Poverty of Social Science and the Social Science of Poverty Sanford F. Schram 1995 Spring
Offers an important and enlightening critique of how welfare policy is analyzed and set in the U.S., illustrating that how we study issues affects what ultimately gets done about them. Issues examined include the drawing of the poverty line, the setting of benefit levels, the feminization of poverty, homelessness, the underclass, welfare dependency, recent attempts to reform welfare, and the implications for welfare in the emerging global, postindustrial economy. Schram demonstrates how research on these issues can be done differently and more effectively.
Words to Our Now: Imagination and Dissent Words to Our Now Imagination and Dissent Thomas Glave 2007 Spring
An intensely personal and political confrontation with prejudice, hatred, and violence
Workbook/Anthology for Music Theory: Problems and Practices in the Middle Ages and Renaissance Workbook/Anthology for Music Theory Problems and Practices in the Middle Ages and Renaissance Lloyd Ultan 1977 Fall
Workbook-Essentials of MMPI-2 and MMPI-A Interpretation Workbook-Essentials of MMPI-2 and MMPI-A Interpretation James N. Butcher and Carolyn L. Williams 2000 Fall
Workplace Justice: Organizing Multi-Identity Movements Workplace Justice Organizing Multi-Identity Movements Sharon Kurtz 2002 Fall
An unheralded union battle offers new insight into identity politics.
World Bank Literature World Bank Literature Amitava Kumar, Editor 2002 Fall
A trailblazing interrogation of the cultural, political, and economic implications of World Bank hegemony.
World Projects: Global Information before World War I World Projects Global Information before World War I Markus Krajewski 2014 Fall
Before Google and globalization, big-thinking Germans brought the world closer together
World Views: Maps and Art World Views Maps and Art Robert Silberman 1900 Spring
An original look at the intersection of map making and artistic creation.
Worlds of Autism: Across the Spectrum of Neurological Difference Worlds of Autism Across the Spectrum of Neurological Difference Joyce Davidson and Michael Orsini, Editors 2013 Fall
Amid controversies about the causes, diagnosis, and treatment of autism, a timely collection of new and critical perspectives on how the disorder is understood and represented
Worm Work: Recasting Romanticism Worm Work Recasting Romanticism Janelle A. Schwartz 2012 Fall
The ascent of worms from creepy creatures to a vital Romantic literary trope
Wright Morris - American Writers 69: University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers Wright Morris - American Writers 69 University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers Leon Howard 1968 Fall
Writing Writing Marguerite Duras 2011 Fall
Celebrated writer Marguerite Duras on the artistic process
Writing and Seeing Architecture Writing and Seeing Architecture Christian de Portzamparc and Philippe Sollers 2008 Spring
A stimulating and surprising conversation between architecture and literature experts
Writing Human Rights: The Political Imaginaries of Writers of Color Writing Human Rights The Political Imaginaries of Writers of Color Crystal Parikh 2017 Fall
Reading works by American writers of color through the lens of human rights
Writing New Identities: Gender, Nation, and Immigration in Contemporary Europe Writing New Identities Gender, Nation, and Immigration in Contemporary Europe Gisela Brinker-Gabler and Sidonie Smith, Editors 1996 Fall
Looks at the complexities of identity in the context of contemporary European culture.
Writing Permitted in Designated Areas Only Writing Permitted in Designated Areas Only Linda Brodkey 1996 Spring
One teacher's dispatches from the front lines of the culture wars.
Writing Security: United States Foreign Policy and the Politics of Identity Writing Security United States Foreign Policy and the Politics of Identity David Campbell 1998 Fall
A newly revised edition of this bold and important work.
Writing Selves: Contemporary Feminist Autography Writing Selves Contemporary Feminist Autography Jeanne Perreault 1995 Fall
Maps the intersection between autobiography and feminist discourse.
Writing the Love of Boys: Origins of Bishōnen Culture in Modernist Japanese Literature Writing the Love of Boys Origins of Bishōnen Culture in Modernist Japanese Literature Jeffrey Angles 2011 Spring
A pioneering look at same-sex desire in Japanese modernist writing
Writings Writings Vilém Flusser Andreas Ströhl, Editor 2004 Fall
Key writings from one of Europe’s most provocative theorists
Writings on Literature Writings on Literature N. S. Trubetzkoy Anatoly Liberman, Editor 1990 Spring
An illuminating introduction to the literary writings of one of the most influential scholars in the history of linguistics.
X-Marks: Native Signatures of Assent X-Marks Native Signatures of Assent Scott Richard Lyons 2010 Spring
A provocative and deeply personal exploration of contemporary Indian identity, nationalism, and modernity
Yellow Future: Oriental Style in Hollywood Cinema Yellow Future Oriental Style in Hollywood Cinema Jane Chi Hyun Park 2010 Fall
Tracing the significance of oriental style in contemporary Hollywood cinema
Yes, Comrade Yes, Comrade Manuel Rui None
Yes Comrade! comprises five short stories set in Angola during the revolutionary times of the 1960s and early 1970s. Based on immediate events and using cultural and linguistic codes, Rui explores the ramifications of political independence and nation-state formation. Fascinating and intricate, the stories of Yes Comrade! emerge as telling fictional portrayals of an extremely complex political and cultural scenario.
Yolanda López Yolanda López 2009 Fall
The first book-length exploration of the prominent Mexican American visual artist’s career
You’re Sending Me Where?: Dispatches from Summer Camp You’re Sending Me Where? Dispatches from Summer Camp Eric Dregni 2017 Spring
Summer camp is wild, but what happens when you add Italians to the mix?
Young Man from the Provinces: A Gay Life before Stonewall Young Man from the Provinces A Gay Life before Stonewall Alan Helms 2003 Spring
An insider’s account of gay high society in pre-Stonewall New York City—now back in print!
Your Teeth: Their Past, Present, and Probable Future Your Teeth Their Past, Present, and Probable Future Peter J. Brekhus None
Youth Media Matters: Participatory Cultures and Literacies in Education Youth Media Matters Participatory Cultures and Literacies in Education Korina M. Jocson 2017 Fall
How young people making media have potential to shape pedagogy, raise social awareness, and promote creative self-expression
Zenith City: Stories from Duluth Zenith City Stories from Duluth Michael Fedo 2014 Spring
Tales of Duluth from, if not its favorite son, then perhaps its best storyteller
Zombie Theory: A Reader Zombie Theory A Reader Sarah Juliet Lauro, Editor 2017 Fall
An interdisciplinary collection of the best international scholarship on zombies as the embodiment of anxieties, critiques, and desires
Zoo Renewal: White Flight and the Animal Ghetto Zoo Renewal White Flight and the Animal Ghetto Lisa Uddin 2015 Spring
Race, urban life, and the postwar revitalization of American zoos
Zoontologies: The Question of the Animal Zoontologies The Question of the Animal Cary Wolfe, Editor 2003 Spring
Explores the boundaries between the animal and the human—includes an original essay by Jacques Derrida