Book reviews

Check out the latest reviews of University of Minnesota Press books.
Kelly Cogswell on Feminist Magazine
During LGBT Pride Month, the author of EATING FIRE talks about the first Dyke March in 1993.
Against the Grain: Looking to Palestine
Author Keith Feldman (A SHADOW OVER PALESTINE) in a two-part interview.
Archinect: Deep Mapping the Media City
Shannon Mattern's book argues cities have been “mediated, and intelligent, for millenia.”
Star Tribune | New Minnesota North Shore book: beauty, mystery, history
From region's geology to human history, new book carefully connects dots. Review of Chel Anderson's and Adelheid Fischer's book.
Theory, Culture & Society: Jussi Parikka's A Geology of Media
Parikka understands the human as an after-effect of the material and formal construction of its contexts, expanding the horizon again, however, to understand the human as an after-effect of geological time.
Theory, Culture & Society: A Geology of Media
Review of Jussi Parikka's latest.
100 Women We Love
Go! Magazine features Kelly Cogswell, author of EATING FIRE.
New York Times op-ed: No Justice for Canada’s First Peoples
By Thomas King, author of THE INCONVENIENT INDIAN.
PopMatters: Geeks, Chihuahuas, and Our Obsessions With iPhones
THE GEEK'S CHIHUAHUA (by Ian Bogost) makes clear that Apple and iPhones are changing us in ways we might not realize. Here's how.
Access Minnesota | The Legacy of Lake Minnetonka
Interview with Eric Dregni, author of BY THE WATERS OF MINNETONKA.
Furtherfield | Massive Media: A Geology of Media book review
Humans are a doubly young species — we haven’t been around for long, and we don’t live for long either. Review of Jussi Parikka's book.
From mapmakers to moles, North Shore traces a Superior coast legacy
Great Lakes Echo features Chel Anderson and Adelheid Fischer, author of NORTH SHORE.
KPFA: Israel/Palestine and Black Liberation; The Politics of Drones
Interview with Keith Feldman, author of A Shadow over Palestine.
Jadaliyya interviews Keith P. Feldman
Feldman is author of A SHADOW OVER PALESTINE.
Access Minnesota interviews William Green
Green is author of DEGREES OF FREEDOM.
Global Gangs is "both highly authoritative and very timely."
Review of the edited collection by Jennifer M. Hazen and Dennis Rodgers in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books (Rutgers).
Outdoor Wisconsin on 'Goodnight Loon'
TV segment of the children's book by Abe Sauer and Nathaniel Davauer.
NYTBR: Of Walking in Ice 'begs to be read aloud.'
New York Times Book Review mention of Werner Herzog's epic book.
Biographile: 6 Biographical Windows Into New York City’s Art and Music Scene
Including Ellen Willis's BEGINNING TO SEE THE LIGHT.
MPR: 'Degrees of Freedom': The MN African American experience post-Civil War
Bill Green, Augsburg history professor and former superintendent of the Minneapolis school district, is out with a book about civil rights in Minnesota in the 50 years after the Civil War.
The World Needs Female Rock Critics
New Yorker article with shout-out to Ellen Willis.
MN Reads: Chi-mewinzha
KUMD segment on Ojibwe elder Dorothy Dora Whipple.
Times Higher Ed reviews 'Architectural Agents'
Richard J. Williams on an entertaining study that takes in Las Vegas, Jerusalem and the online worlds of Second Life.
Vulture book excerpt: Werner Herzog's On Walking in Ice
Vulture book excerpt: Werner Herzog's On Walking in Ice
Not Even Past: Architectural Agents
Review of Annabel Jane Wharton's book.
Anthony Ryan Hatch on Rising Up with Sonali
An interview on America's metabolic health crisis with the author of BLOOD SUGAR.
Antipode: Abolitionist Geographies
Review of the book by Martha Schoolman.
Los Angeles Review of Books: John Ó Maoilearca on Laruelle: Against the Digital
Galloway’s Non-Digital Introduction to Laruelle
Scandinavian Crime Fiction: An interview with Vidar Sundstøl
Barbara Fister interviews the author of the Minnesota Trilogy upon publication of its final installment, THE RAVENS.
Los Angeles Times: Werner Herzog's walking blues
Review of OF WALKING IN ICE by David Ulin for Jacket Copy.

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