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Beth Dooley on Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know?
Dooley, author of MINNESOTA'S BOUNTY, in front of a live audience at Big Top Chautauqua, Bayfield, WI.
Intelligent Life: The Search Continues
Humans continue to scan the cosmos for a familiar brand of intelligence while ignoring a deeper form that pulses here at home. Dorion Sagan (author of COSMIC APPRENTICE) writes for The Scientist.
"Artist|Animal is successful because it pushes many people out of their comfort zones."
Review of Steve Baker's book in Our Hen House.
"Stellar": Publishers Weekly on The Land of Dreams
PW reviews the first installment of Vidar Sundstøl's Minnesota Trilogy.
The hills are dead to Minnesota’s foremost troll expert
MinnPost interviews Lise Lunge-Larsen, author of The Troll With No Heart in His Body and Other Tales of Trolls.
"One of the most provocative academic texts to be released in 2013."
Last(ing) Impressions blog reviews Ulises Ali Mejias's OFF THE NETWORK.
The Land of Dreams is "a taut mystery with relaxed pacing and access to the very depths of its characters’ souls"
Blogger review of Vidar Sundstøl's THE LAND OF DREAMS.
The New Inquiry: An Infantile Disorder
Features Saito Tamaki's HIKIKOMORI.
The Radicalness of the Accessory
Against the Current (Solidarity) looks at Cristina Giorcelli's and Paula Rabinowitz's edited fashion studies collections, Accessorizing the Body and Exchanging Clothes.
"School was a place that devalued who we are as Indigenous people."
Interview with Noelani Goodyear-Ka'opua on New Books in Native American Studies.
BBC News: Why are so many Japanese men refusing to leave their rooms?
The BBC interviews Tamaki Saito, author of HIKIKOMORI.
Mohammed Bamyeh: The June Rebellion in Egypt
Bamyeh is author of THE SOCIAL ORIGINS OF ISLAM (1999) and THE ENDS OF GLOBALIZATION (2000).
The Chronicle: Aid that does not help
Neda Atanasoski, author of HUMANITARIAN VIOLENCE, and Randall Williams, author of THE DIVIDED WORLD, interviewed as part of this piece on humanitarian projects in the U.S.
WTIP: Sue Leaf and the father of Minnesota ornithology
Interview on WTIP: North Shore Community Radio.
Not all gays and lesbians want to marry, research shows
USA Today interviews Mary Bernstein, co-editor of THE MARRYING KIND?
Living on Earth: Trash Animals
Dave Johnson, co-editor of TRASH ANIMALS, talks with Steve Curwood about how humans treat their co-inhabitors.
The Lone Ranger and the Toughest Movie Indian
Paul Chaat Smith, author of "Everything You Know about Indians Is Wrong," weighs in.
Fall & Winter Wonderland: Trade Titles Coming From the University Presses
Library Journal picks its tops this season.
The Minnesota Daily: All of the red-lights
Penny Petersen’s “Minneapolis Madams” aims to uncover the lost history of prostitution in the Mill City.
New book tells naked truth of Minneapolis' red-light district
Star Tribune looks at Penny Petersen's MINNEAPOLIS MADAMS.