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Botanical Magic: Medicine Woman’s In-Depth Study Reveals Plants' Offerings
Review of PLANTS HAVE SO MUCH TO GIVE US, ALL WE HAVE TO DO IS ASK by Mary Siisip Geniusz.
SIN/GIN: Dialogue with Alice Kang
An interview with the author of BARGAINING FOR WOMEN'S RIGHTS.
Leonardo Reviews: Digital Shift
Typography changes, but according to Jeff Scheible, it does not suffice to describe its historical changes in form and function of typographical marks and systems.
Archive Journal: The Heretical Archive
Review of Domietta Torlasco's book.
Docomomo on Saint John's Abbey Church
Review of Victoria Young's book.
Pursuing happiness: it’s mostly a matter of surviving well together
From the authors of TAKE BACK THE ECONOMY.
Star Tribune commentary: Our dangerous reluctance to talk openly about war
Op-ed by Catherine Madison, author of THE WAR CAME HOME WITH HIM.
Against the Grain: When Soviet Welfare Ended
Interview with Marianna Pavlovskaya regarding her essay in MAKING OTHER WORLDS POSSIBLE.
Interventioneers: Humanitarian, Military, and Otherwise
HUMANITARIAN VIOLENCE by Neda Atanasoski in SCTIW Review.
Ethnomusicology Review: Afropolitanism à la malienne (Afropolitanism in Mali)
By Ryan Skinner, author of BAMAKO SOUNDS.
New York Times: New DNA Results Show Kennewick Man Was Native American
Quotes Kim TallBear, author of NATIVE AMERICAN DNA.
Twins Daily on Tony Oliva
Review of Thom Henninger's book.
Christian Science Monitor: 10 new baseball books for summer reading
Includes TONY OLIVA by Thom Henninger.
Library Journal reading The War Came Home with Him
"Part of the beauty and tension of this book is (Catherine) Madison’s navigation of dual narratives."
Against the Grain: Looking to Palestine
Author Keith Feldman (A SHADOW OVER PALESTINE) in a two-part interview.
How Apple's transcendent chihuahua killed the revolution
Longreads excerpt of Ian Bogost's The Geek's Chihuahua.
Kelly Cogswell on Feminist Magazine
During LGBT Pride Month, the author of EATING FIRE talks about the first Dyke March in 1993.
Archinect: Deep Mapping the Media City
Shannon Mattern's book argues cities have been “mediated, and intelligent, for millenia.”
Star Tribune | New Minnesota North Shore book: beauty, mystery, history
From region's geology to human history, new book carefully connects dots. Review of Chel Anderson's and Adelheid Fischer's book.
Theory, Culture & Society: Jussi Parikka's A Geology of Media
Parikka understands the human as an after-effect of the material and formal construction of its contexts, expanding the horizon again, however, to understand the human as an after-effect of geological time.