Books

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
Ugly White People: Writing Whiteness in Contemporary America Ugly White People Writing Whiteness in Contemporary America Stephanie Li 2023 Fall
Whiteness revealed: an analysis of the destructive complacency of white self-consciousness
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
Unapologetic Beauty Unapologetic Beauty Joanna Frueh 2019 Spring
A startlingly powerful collaboration reimagines female beauty
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
Undiscovered Country: A Novel Undiscovered Country A Novel Lin Enger 2020 Fall
Now in paperback—a bold reinvention of Shakespeare’s Hamlet and a hair-bristling story of betrayal, revenge, and the possibilities of forgiveness
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