Books

A Tender Spirit, A Vital Form: Arlene Burke-Morgan & Clarence Morgan A Tender Spirit, A Vital Form Arlene Burke-Morgan & Clarence Morgan Howard Oransky, Editor 2022 Fall
A beautifully illustrated review of the deeply connected lives and careers of this prominent Minneapolis African American artist-couple
A Textbook of Nursing Technique A Textbook of Nursing Technique Marion L. Vannier and Barbara A. Thompson None None
A Theory of Assembly: From Museums to Memes A Theory of Assembly From Museums to Memes Kyle Parry 2022 Fall
A vital reckoning with how we understand the basic categories of cultural expression in the digital era
A Third University Is Possible A Third University Is Possible la paperson 2017 Spring
Uncovering the decolonizing ghost in the colonizing machine
A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia A Thousand Plateaus Capitalism and Schizophrenia Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari 1987 Fall
A positive exercise in the affirmative, “nomad” thought called for in its companion volume, Anti-Oedipus. This series of essays address war and death, territoriality and the anthropology of groups, model theory, and psychosis.
A to Zåäö: Playing with History at the American Swedish Institute A to Zåäö Playing with History at the American Swedish Institute Nate Christopherson and Tara Sweeney 2019 Fall
A playful picture-book tour of the Swedish alphabet, in which curious characters explore the American Swedish Institute
A University Looks at its Program: The Report of the University of Minnesota Bureau of Institutional Research, 1942-1952 A University Looks at its Program The Report of the University of Minnesota Bureau of Institutional Research, 1942-1952 Ruth E. Eckert and Robert J. Keller, Editors None None
A Very Serious Thing: Women’s Humor and American Culture A Very Serious Thing Women’s Humor and American Culture Nancy A. Walker 1988 Fall
Defines why women have been blocked from participating in the mainstream of American comedy yet have overcome hurdles to produce a humor that is sustaining and spells survival for women in society.
A Voice but No Power: Organizing for Social Justice in Minneapolis A Voice but No Power Organizing for Social Justice in Minneapolis David Forrest 2022 Fall
Examining the work of social justice groups in Minneapolis following the 2008 recession
A Wild Neighborhood A Wild Neighborhood John Henricksson 1997 Fall
An entertaining portrait of the creatures that share our place in the woods.
A Wilderness Within: The Life of Sigurd F. Olson A Wilderness Within The Life of Sigurd F. Olson David Backes 1999 Fall
The critically acclaimed biography of this venerable naturalist and writer.
A Women’s Berlin: Building the Modern City A Women’s Berlin Building the Modern City Despina Stratigakos 2008 Fall
The modern city as the birthplace of the modern woman
A World of Gangs: Armed Young Men and Gangsta Culture A World of Gangs Armed Young Men and Gangsta Culture John M. Hagedorn 2009 Fall
From L.A. to Lagos, Port-au-Prince to Paris—a provocative analysis of the global proliferation of street gangs
“Am I That Name?”: Feminism and the Category of “Women” in History “Am I That Name?” Feminism and the Category of “Women” in History Denise Riley 2003 Spring
A new edition of a classic work on the history of feminism
ABC of Impossibility ABC of Impossibility Simon Critchley 2015 Fall
An experimental text of para-philosophical fragments working toward a poetic ontology
Aberrations in Black: Toward a Queer of Color Critique Aberrations in Black Toward a Queer of Color Critique Roderick A. Ferguson 2003 Fall
A hard-hitting look at the regulation of sexual difference and its role in circumscribing African American culture
Aberrations of Mourning Aberrations of Mourning Laurence A. Rickels 2011 Spring
Examining our unresolved relationship with death
Abiding by Sri Lanka: On Peace, Place, and Postcolonality Abiding by Sri Lanka On Peace, Place, and Postcolonality Qadri Ismail 2005 Fall
A provocative account of Sri Lankan politics and representative democracies in general
Abolition’s Public Sphere Abolition’s Public Sphere Robert Fanuzzi 2003 Spring
An innovative analysis of the Enlightenment’s effects on the anti-slavery movement
Abolitionist Geographies Abolitionist Geographies Martha Schoolman 2014 Fall
The geographic claims and spatial contradictions of abolitionist literature, from British West Indian Emancipation to the U.S. Civil War