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Cultures of Insecurity: States, Communities, and the Production of Danger Cultures of Insecurity States, Communities, and the Production of Danger Jutta Weldes, Mark Laffey, Hugh Gusterson and Raymond Duvall, Editors 1999 Fall
Examines the cultural production of insecurity in local, national and international contexts.
Curated Decay: Heritage beyond Saving Curated Decay Heritage beyond Saving Caitlin DeSilvey 2017 Spring
A bold new approach to heritage conservation that embraces change and accommodates decay
Curiouser: On the Queerness of Children Curiouser On the Queerness of Children Steven Bruhm and Natasha Hurley, Editors 2004 Spring
Classic essays and new work on the issue of childhood sexuality and its “queer resonances”
Currents of Change: Art and Life along the Mississippi River, 1850-1861 Currents of Change Art and Life along the Mississippi River, 1850-1861 Jason Busch, Christopher Monkhouse and Janet Whitmore 2004 Spring
A celebration of the cultural and artistic history of the Mississippi River
Curricular Problems in Science at the College Level: The Teaching of Science at the College Level, Volume II Curricular Problems in Science at the College Level The Teaching of Science at the College Level, Volume II Palmer O. Johnson None
Curse of a Winter Moon Curse of a Winter Moon Mary Casanova 2014 Spring
An intense tale of superstition and persecution in sixteenth-century France
Cutting Edge: Art-Horror and the Horrific Avant-garde Cutting Edge Art-Horror and the Horrific Avant-garde Joan Hawkins 2000 Spring
Explores what horror movies tell us about issues of taste.
Cyberculture Cyberculture Pierre Levy 2001 Fall
A clear explanation and provocative look at the impact of new technologies on world society.
Cybering Democracy: Public Space and the Internet Cybering Democracy Public Space and the Internet Diana Saco 2002 Spring
Reconceptualizes the relationship between participatory democracy, technology, and space
Cyberspaces of Everyday Life Cyberspaces of Everyday Life Mark Nunes 2006 Spring
How network technologies produce social space
Cyberwar and Revolution: Digital Subterfuge in Global Capitalism Cyberwar and Revolution Digital Subterfuge in Global Capitalism Nick Dyer-Witheford and Svitlana Matviyenko 2019 Spring
Uncovering the class conflicts, geopolitical dynamics, and aggressive capitalism propelling the militarization of the internet
Cyclescapes of the Unequal City: Bicycle Infrastructure and Uneven Development Cyclescapes of the Unequal City Bicycle Infrastructure and Uneven Development John G. Stehlin 2019 Spring
A critical look at the political economy of urban bicycle infrastructure in the United States
Déjà Vu: Aberrations of Cultural Memory Déjà Vu Aberrations of Cultural Memory Peter Krapp 2004 Spring
The pitfalls of cultural memory and forgetting, understood through the genealogy of the phenomenon called déjà vu
d’Aulaires’ Book of Norwegian Folktales d’Aulaires’ Book of Norwegian Folktales 2016 Spring
A collection of twenty-one classic Norwegian folktales from two Caldecott-honored authors and illustrators
Dancing in the Distraction Factory: Music Television and Popular Culture Dancing in the Distraction Factory Music Television and Popular Culture Andrew Goodwin 1992 Fall
This first comprehensive, integrated analysis of MTV provides new ways to understand television and popular music narratives. ”A smart book: it will have an impact on the debates surrounding popular culture.” --Susan McClary
Dancing Ledge Dancing Ledge Derek Jarman 2010 Fall
Derek Jarman’s stunning account of his life and art
Dangerous Liaisons: Gender, Nation, and Postcolonial Perspectives Dangerous Liaisons Gender, Nation, and Postcolonial Perspectives Anne McClintock, Aamir Mufti and Ella Shohat, Editors 1997 Spring
The first collection to emphasize the complex interaction between gender and postcoloniality.
Dante’s Craft: Studies in Language and Style Dante’s Craft Studies in Language and Style Glauco Cambon None
Daring to Be Bad: Radical Feminism in America 1967-1975, Thirtieth Anniversary Edition Daring to Be Bad Radical Feminism in America 1967-1975, Thirtieth Anniversary Edition Alice Echols 1989 Fall
An award-winning and canonical history of radical feminism, whose activist heat and intellectual audacity powered second-wave feminism—30th anniversary edition
Daring to Be Bad: Radical Feminism in America 1967-1975, Thirtieth Anniversary Edition Daring to Be Bad Radical Feminism in America 1967-1975, Thirtieth Anniversary Edition 2019 Fall
An award-winning and canonical history of radical feminism, whose activist heat and intellectual audacity powered second-wave feminism—30th anniversary edition
Dark Deleuze Dark Deleuze Andrew Culp 2016 Spring
Rekindling Deleuze’s opposition to what is intolerable about this world
Dark Side of the Light: Slavery and the French Enlightenment Dark Side of the Light Slavery and the French Enlightenment Louis Sala-Molins 2005 Fall
Interrogates the philosophy and politics of slavery during the French Enlightenment
Database Aesthetics: Art in the Age of Information Overflow Database Aesthetics Art in the Age of Information Overflow Victoria Vesna, Editor 2007 Spring
Discovering the role of data in creating a new way of experiencing—and making—art.
Daughters of the Dreaming Daughters of the Dreaming Diane Bell 1993 Fall
This new edition, which is based on research done in the 1970s, includes an epilogue in which Bell reflects on her original fieldwork from the perspective of the 1990s, examining the changes in the field and in feminist theory and practice.
Days on the Family Farm: From the Golden Age through the Great Depression Days on the Family Farm From the Golden Age through the Great Depression Carrie A. Meyer 2007 Fall
A story both intimate and epic that paints a vivid picture of Midwestern farm life
Dead Labor: Toward a Political Economy of Premature Death Dead Labor Toward a Political Economy of Premature Death James Tyner 2019 Spring
A groundbreaking consideration of death from capitalism, from the seventeenth to the twenty-first century
Dead Letters Sent: Queer Literary Transmission Dead Letters Sent Queer Literary Transmission Kevin Ohi 2015 Spring
Proposes a new model of literary transmission and tradition
Dead Man’s Rapids Dead Man’s Rapids William Durbin and Barbara Durbin 2018 Fall
The further adventures of a boy discovering the challenges and the humor of a log drive in Minnesota’s north woods in 1899
Dead Matter: The Meaning of Iconic Corpses Dead Matter The Meaning of Iconic Corpses Margaret Schwartz 2015 Fall
A corpse is much more than a dead body
Deadliest Enemies: Law and Race Relations on and off Rosebud Reservation Deadliest Enemies Law and Race Relations on and off Rosebud Reservation Thomas Biolsi 2007 Spring
How U.S. federal law creates racial conflict between Native American and white people
Deadly Biocultures: The Ethics of Life-Making Deadly Biocultures The Ethics of Life-Making Nadine Ehlers and Shiloh R. Krupar 2019 Fall
A trenchant analysis of the dark side of regulatory life-making today
Deadly Triplets: A Theatre Mystery and Journal Deadly Triplets A Theatre Mystery and Journal Adrienne Kennedy 1990 Spring
A surrealistic intertwining of mystery and autobiography set in the theatre world of 1960s London.
Deaf Gain: Raising the Stakes for Human Diversity Deaf Gain Raising the Stakes for Human Diversity H-Dirksen L. Bauman and Joseph J. Murray, Editors 2014 Fall
Understanding deafness not as a disability but as a benefit and vital aspect of humanity’s diversity
Dear Colleague: Common and Uncommon Observations Dear Colleague Common and Uncommon Observations Yi-Fu Tuan 2002 Spring
A long-awaited collection of highlights from a scholar’s renowned letters
Death beyond Disavowal: The Impossible Politics of Difference Death beyond Disavowal The Impossible Politics of Difference Grace Kyungwon Hong 2015 Fall
Women of color feminism should have a voice in all discussions of contemporary neoliberalism
Death of a Nation: American Culture and the End of Exceptionalism Death of a Nation American Culture and the End of Exceptionalism David W. Noble 2002 Fall
A trenchant examination of epic shifts in American thought by a major scholar in the field.
Death Sentences Death Sentences Kawamata Chiaki 2012 Spring
Japanese science fiction meets the European avant-garde—available for the first time in English
Deathwork: Defending the Condemned Deathwork Defending the Condemned Michael Mello 2002 Fall
A gripping exposé of what lawyers face when they defend prisoners in capital cases.
Debates in the Digital Humanities Debates in the Digital Humanities Matthew K. Gold, Editor 2012 Spring
Leading figures in the digital humanities explore the field’s rapid revolution
Debates in the Digital Humanities 2016 Debates in the Digital Humanities 2016 Matthew K. Gold and Lauren F. Klein, Editors 2016 Spring
If the publication of Debates in the Digital Humanities in 2012 marked the “digital humanities moment,” this book—the first in a series of annual volumes—will chart the possibilities and tensions of the field as it grows.
Debates in the Digital Humanities 2019 Debates in the Digital Humanities 2019 Matthew K. Gold and Lauren F. Klein, Editors 2019 Spring
Debating the End of History: The Marketplace, Utopia, and the Fragmentation of Intellectual Life Debating the End of History The Marketplace, Utopia, and the Fragmentation of Intellectual Life David W. Noble 2012 Fall
Why the global marketplace doesn’t—and can’t—provide the utopian world it promises
Debt to Society: Accounting for Life under Capitalism Debt to Society Accounting for Life under Capitalism Miranda Joseph 2014 Fall
Reveals how credit, debt, and accounting shape and influence our lives
Decisions for Tomorrow: Plans of High School Seniors for after Graduation Decisions for Tomorrow Plans of High School Seniors for after Graduation Ralph F. Berdie and Albert B. Hood None
Decolonization and the Decolonized Decolonization and the Decolonized Albert Memmi 2006 Fall
The long-awaited reevaluation of colonialism’s legacy—from the author of The Colonizer and the Colonized
Deconstructing Communication: Representation, Subject, and Economies of Exchange Deconstructing Communication Representation, Subject, and Economies of Exchange Briankle G. Chang 1996 Spring
A philosophical critique of modern communication theories.
Deconstruction Machines: Writing in the Age of Cyberwar Deconstruction Machines Writing in the Age of Cyberwar Justin Joque 2018 Spring
A bold new theory of cyberwar argues that militarized hacking is best understood as a form of deconstruction
Deconstructive Variations: Music and Reason in Western Society Deconstructive Variations Music and Reason in Western Society Rose Rosengard Subotnik 1995 Fall
A new volume by one of America’s leading musicologists.
Deep Gossip Deep Gossip Henry Abelove 2005 Spring
Mapping the intricate relationship between culture, politics, and sexuality over three centuries of literature and history
Deep Mapping the Media City Deep Mapping the Media City Shannon Mattern 2015 Spring
Examines the material spaces in which our networks entangle themselves
Deep Mexico, Silent Mexico: An Anthropology of Nationalism Deep Mexico, Silent Mexico An Anthropology of Nationalism Claudio Lomnitz 2001 Fall
An innovative examination of the interaction between culture and politics in Mexico.
Deep Woods, Wild Waters: A Memoir Deep Woods, Wild Waters A Memoir Douglas Wood 2017 Spring
The author of Old Turtle and a longtime wilderness guide charts a journey through the wilds of nature and the twists and turns of daily life
Degraded Work: The Struggle at the Bottom of the Labor Market Degraded Work The Struggle at the Bottom of the Labor Market Marc Doussard 2013 Fall
Why service-sector jobs have gotten worse—and what can be done to improve pay and working conditions for low-wage workers
Degrees of Freedom: The Origins of Civil Rights in Minnesota, 1865–1912 Degrees of Freedom The Origins of Civil Rights in Minnesota, 1865–1912 William D. Green 2015 Spring
The true story, and the black citizens, behind the evolution of racial equality in Minnesota
Deleuze: The Clamor of Being Deleuze The Clamor of Being Alain Badiou 1999 Fall
A major new voice from France offers a provocative reevaluation of Deleuze’s philosophy.
Deleuze and Guattari: New Mappings in Politics, Philosophy, and Culture Deleuze and Guattari New Mappings in Politics, Philosophy, and Culture Eleanor Kaufman and Kevin Jon Heller, Editors 1998 Fall
A timely look at new domains in which to apply the ideas of these two key figures.
Demarcating the Disciplines: Philosophy, Literature, Art Demarcating the Disciplines Philosophy, Literature, Art Samuel Weber, Henry Sussman and Wlad Godzich, Editors 1986 Fall
Democracy Democracy Anthony Arblaster 1994 Fall
A revised and expanded edition of a favorite text for students embarking on the study of democracy, including the collapse of European communism.
Demonic Grounds: Black Women and the Cartographies of Struggle Demonic Grounds Black Women and the Cartographies of Struggle Katherine McKittrick 2006 Spring
Explores how black women’s geographies are meaningful sites of political opposition
Denise Green: An Artist’s Odyssey Denise Green An Artist’s Odyssey Denise Green 2012 Spring
Reflecting on an internationally recognized Australian American artist and writer
Derek Jarman: A Biography Derek Jarman A Biography Tony Peake 2011 Spring
The definitive biography of Britain’s influential and iconic film director
Derek Jarman’s Angelic Conversations Derek Jarman’s Angelic Conversations Jim Ellis 2009 Fall
A comprehensive look at the work of Britain’s most controversial director
Desert Dreamers Desert Dreamers Barbara Glowczewski 2016 Spring
An ethnographic adventure exploring the Warlpiri and their cultural practices of “the dreaming” in relation to their societal laws, ritual art, and connection with the cosmos
Design, Nature, and Revolution: Toward a Critical Ecology Design, Nature, and Revolution Toward a Critical Ecology Tomás Maldonado 2019 Spring
Design Technics: Archaeologies of Architectural Practice Design Technics Archaeologies of Architectural Practice Zeynep Çelik Alexander and John May, Editors 2019 Fall
Leading scholars historicize and theorize technology’s role in architectural design
Designing Our Way to a Better World Designing Our Way to a Better World Thomas Fisher 2016 Spring
How design thinking can help create a sustainable, equitable future
Designing the Creative Child: Playthings and Places in Midcentury America Designing the Creative Child Playthings and Places in Midcentury America Amy F. Ogata 2013 Spring
The construction of the “creative child” as Cold War America’s best hope for the future
Designs on the Public: The Private Lives of New York’s Public Spaces Designs on the Public The Private Lives of New York’s Public Spaces Kristine F. Miller 2007 Fall
Analyzes the significant role of designers in defining public spaces
Desis Divided: The Political Lives of South Asian Americans Desis Divided The Political Lives of South Asian Americans Sangay K. Mishra 2016 Spring
From taxi drivers to CEOs and Indian American governors Haley and Jindal—how distinctions strain solidarity in the politics of South Asian (or Desi) Americans
Deterritorializing the New German Cinema Deterritorializing the New German Cinema John E. Davidson 1998 Fall
The first book to consider New German Cinema in the context of postcolonialism.
Developing Animals: Wildlife and Early American Photography Developing Animals Wildlife and Early American Photography Matthew Brower 2010 Fall
How the emergence of wildlife photography changed the way we think about animals
Developing Partnerships: Gender, Sexuality, and the Reformed World Bank Developing Partnerships Gender, Sexuality, and the Reformed World Bank Kate Bedford 2009 Fall
What are the actual effects of the World Bank’s “family-strengthening” policies?
Developing Variations: Style and Ideology in Western Music Developing Variations Style and Ideology in Western Music Rose Rosengard Subotnik 1991 Spring
Combines into a cohesive statement the author’s pathbreaking critical essays on Western music.
Development and Use of the MMPI-2 Content Scales Development and Use of the MMPI-2 Content Scales James N. Butcher, John R. Graham, Carolyn L. Williams and Yossef S. Ben-Porath 1990 Spring
Describes the new MMPI-2 content scales and provides information on their internal statistical consistency, external validation, and clinical use.
Dharma Lion: A Biography of Allen Ginsberg Dharma Lion A Biography of Allen Ginsberg Michael Schumacher 2016 Spring
The expansive, authoritative biography of a Beat Generation leader—now with two new chapters
DIA-LOGOS: Ramon Llull's Method of Thought and Artistic Practice DIA-LOGOS Ramon Llull's Method of Thought and Artistic Practice Amador Vega, Peter Weibel and Siegfried Zielinski, Editors 2018 Fall
The life and work of the outstanding Catalan-Majorcan philosopher, logician, and mystic Ramon Llull continues to fascinate thinkers, artists, and scholars worldwide
Diaboliques: Six Tales of Decadence Diaboliques Six Tales of Decadence Jules Barbey d’Aurevilly 2015 Fall
“Literature doesn’t express even half of the crimes that society commits behind closed doors.” —Jules Barbey d’Aurevilly
Dialectical Materialism Dialectical Materialism Henri Lefebvre 2009 Spring
The first U.S. edition of an important French Marxist text
Dialogics of the Oppressed Dialogics of the Oppressed Peter Hitchcock 1992 Fall
“Presents a provocative set of readings-through the Bakhtinian model of dialogism-of texts by four women writers of the twentieth century. . . instructive and compelling.” --Barbara Harlow
Dialogues on the Human Ape Dialogues on the Human Ape Laurent Dubreuil and Sue Savage-Rumbaugh 2018 Fall
A primatologist and a humanist together explore the meaning of being a “human animal”
Diane Arbus’s 1960s: Auguries of Experience Diane Arbus’s 1960s Auguries of Experience Frederick Gross 2012 Spring
Looking past the myth of Diane Arbus to the depth of her achievement within the artistic, intellectual, and social currents of the 1960s
Diasporic Mediations: Between Home and Location Diasporic Mediations Between Home and Location Rajagopalan Radhakrishnan 1996 Spring
A series of meditations on the relationship between theory and practice.
Dictatorship in the Modern World Dictatorship in the Modern World Guy Stanton Ford, Editor None
Dictionary of Non-Philosophy Dictionary of Non-Philosophy François Laruelle 2013 Spring
An insightful guide for wandering within the territory of non-philosophy
Didactic Poetries Didactic Poetries Philippe Beck 2016 Fall
The inaugural publication in English of one of France’s most important contemporary poets
Differential Diagnosis of Aphasia with the Minnesota Test Differential Diagnosis of Aphasia with the Minnesota Test Hildred Schuell and Joyce W. Sefer 1965 Fall
Digital Art and Meaning: Reading Kinetic Poetry, Text Machines, Mapping Art, and Interactive Installations Digital Art and Meaning Reading Kinetic Poetry, Text Machines, Mapping Art, and Interactive Installations Roberto Simanowski 2011 Spring
How to interpret and critique digital arts, in theory and in practice
Digital Baroque: New Media Art and Cinematic Folds Digital Baroque New Media Art and Cinematic Folds Timothy Murray 2008 Fall
A surprising and original application of theories of new media art
Digital Memory and the Archive Digital Memory and the Archive Wolfgang Ernst Jussi Parikka, Editor 2012 Fall
Explores how media infrastructure, not content, shapes contemporary digital culture
Digital Sensations: Space, Identity, and Embodiment in Virtual Reality Digital Sensations Space, Identity, and Embodiment in Virtual Reality Ken Hillis 1999 Fall
Considers the cultural and philosophical assumptions underlying virtual reality, and how the technology affects the real world.
Digital Shift: The Cultural Logic of Punctuation Digital Shift The Cultural Logic of Punctuation Jeff Scheible 2015 Spring
Examines the punctuation of our digital lives and why it matters
Digital State: The Story of Minnesota's Computing Industry Digital State The Story of Minnesota's Computing Industry Thomas J. Misa 2013 Fall
The rise of Minnesota computing after World War II—the country’s first fully realized hotbed of computer technology
Digital Stockholm Syndrome in the Post-Ontological Age Digital Stockholm Syndrome in the Post-Ontological Age Mark Jarzombek 2016 Fall
Rethinking the philosophical and anthropological basis of our ontology
Digitize This Book!: The Politics of New Media, or Why We Need Open Access Now Digitize This Book! The Politics of New Media, or Why We Need Open Access Now Gary Hall 2008 Fall
How open access can transform academia for the better
Digitizing Race: Visual Cultures of the Internet Digitizing Race Visual Cultures of the Internet Lisa Nakamura 2007 Fall
The implications of how we see and exhibit race and ethnicity online
Dining Car to the Pacific: The “Famously Good” Food of the Northern Pacific Railway Dining Car to the Pacific The “Famously Good” Food of the Northern Pacific Railway William A. McKenzie 2004 Fall
A tribute to the lost era of the railway dining car, with 150 authentic recipes—back in print!
Directed by Allen Smithee Directed by Allen Smithee Jeremy Braddock and Stephen Hock, Editors 2001 Spring
A new estimation of Hollywood’s least appreciated director.
Disagreement: Politics and Philosophy Disagreement Politics and Philosophy Jacques Ranciere 2004 Fall
An elegant and surprising exposè of the failings of political philosophy
Discerning the Subject Discerning the Subject Paul Smith 1988 Spring
A critique of the debates on the status of the “subject.”
Discipline of Architecture Discipline of Architecture Andrzej Piotrowski and Julia Williams Robinson, Editors 2000 Fall
A polemical look at how architectural knowledge is produced, disseminated, and received.