Books

Whatever Normal Is Whatever Normal Is Jane St. Anthony 2019 Spring
In the fourth volume of a series set in Minneapolis in the 1960s, three friends navigate relationships and new questions about love and identity
What's My Name: Black Vernacular Intellectuals What's My Name Black Vernacular Intellectuals Grant Farred 2003 Fall
Understanding the full complexity of the black experience through the intellectual achievements of pop culture personalities
When America Became Suburban When America Became Suburban Robert A. Beauregard 2006 Fall
Understanding the consequences of the decline of cities and the rise of the American suburb
When Eagles Fall When Eagles Fall Mary Casanova 2014 Fall
An intense adventure story of girl versus nature in Minnesota’s north woods
When Pain Strikes When Pain Strikes Bill Burns, Cathy Busby and Kim Sawchuk, Editors 1998 Spring
A multimedia, multidisciplinary exploration of new ways to understand pain.
When Species Meet When Species Meet Donna J. Haraway 2007 Fall
Whom do we touch when we touch a dog? How does this touch shape our multispecies world?
When the Hills Are Gone: Frac Sand Mining and the Struggle for Community When the Hills Are Gone Frac Sand Mining and the Struggle for Community Thomas W. Pearson 2017 Fall
An overlooked part of fracking’s environmental impact becomes a window into the activists and industrial interests fighting for the future of energy production—and the fate of rural communities
When Time Warps: The Lived Experience of Gender, Race, and Sexual Violence When Time Warps The Lived Experience of Gender, Race, and Sexual Violence Megan Mae Burke 2019 Fall
An inquiry into the phenomenology of “woman” based in the relationship between lived time and sexual violence
Where Does It Happen?: John Cassavetes and Cinema at the Breaking Point Where Does It Happen? John Cassavetes and Cinema at the Breaking Point George Kouvaros 2004 Spring
Establishes the critical place in film history of maverick filmmaker Cassavetes
Where the Ball Drops: Days and Nights in Times Square Where the Ball Drops Days and Nights in Times Square Daniel Makagon 2007 Fall
A compelling look at the people and action of America’s most famous street scene
Whiskey Breakfast: My Swedish Family, My American Life Whiskey Breakfast My Swedish Family, My American Life Richard C. Lindberg 2011 Fall
A poignant, multigenerational tale of the Swedish-American experience for two disparate Chicago families
White Birch, Red Hawthorn: A Memoir White Birch, Red Hawthorn A Memoir Nora Murphy 2017 Spring
A personal investigation into the multigenerational cost of immigration and genocide in the American heartland
White Burgers, Black Cash: Fast Food from Black Exclusion to Exploitation White Burgers, Black Cash Fast Food from Black Exclusion to Exploitation Naa Oyo A. Kwate 2023 Spring
The long and pernicious relationship between fast food restaurants and the African American community
White Gypsies: Race and Stardom in Spanish Musicals White Gypsies Race and Stardom in Spanish Musicals Eva Woods Peiró 2012 Spring
Reveals how Spanish film musicals, long dismissed as unworthy of critical scrutiny, illuminate Spain’s relationship to modernity
White Women, Race Matters: The Social Construction of Whiteness White Women, Race Matters The Social Construction of Whiteness Ruth Frankenberg 1993 Fall
Who Speaks for Margaret Garner? Who Speaks for Margaret Garner? Mark Reinhardt 2010 Fall
A fascinating documentary history of the fugitive slave case that captivated the nation—and inspired Toni Morrison’s acclaimed novel Beloved.
Who Writes for Black Children?: African American Children’s Literature before 1900 Who Writes for Black Children? African American Children’s Literature before 1900 Katharine Capshaw and Anna Mae Duane, Editors 2017 Spring
Innovative essays that challenge us to imagine African American children’s literature during the slavery and reconstruction eras
Whoop-up Country: The Canadian-American West, 1865-1885 Whoop-up Country The Canadian-American West, 1865-1885 Paul F. Sharp None None
Whose Hunger?: Concepts of Famine, Practices of Aid Whose Hunger? Concepts of Famine, Practices of Aid Jenny Edkins 2008 Fall
An analytical look at the ways we define and respond to famine.
Why I Am Not a Secularist Why I Am Not a Secularist William E. Connolly 2000 Fall
Challenges the limitations of traditional secularism.