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Library Journal, starred review: What God Is Honored Here?
Booklist: Swede Hollow
Review of Swede Hollow by Ola Larsmo from Booklist
Agate Magazine: The Lost Forest
Review of The Lost Forest from Agate Magazine
Kirkus Reviews: What God Is Honored Here?
Review of What God Is Honored Here? from Kirkus Reviews
Dissent: Standing with Standing Rock
Dissent Magazine review of Standing with Standing Rock
Black Press USA: Hope in the Struggle
Review of Josie Johnson's memoir, Hope in the Struggle, from Black Press USA
SC Times: The Senator Next Door
Amy Klobuchar's review of her memoir, The Senator Next Door in the SC Times
Porno Cultures Podcast: Sexography
Nicolas de Villiers, author of Sexography, on Porno Cultures Podcast
NPR: Examining Civility in a Time of Deepening Political Divisions
Lynn M. Itagaki, author of CIVIL RACISM, on NPR's Morning Edition.
Public Books: The World of Asian American Studies
Includes review of WRITING HUMAN RIGHTS by Crystal Parikh.
Verso: A Billion Black Anthropocenes
What happens when the Anthropocene meets critical race studies?
Bookology: Bim, Bam, Bop . . . and Oona
Poor Oona—she’s always the last duck to the pond…. But then her frog friend Roy reminds her: you’re good with gizmos… And so Oona the duck goes to work in the barn on her gizmos, pouring her creative and determined self into getting to the pond before the faster ducks.
Electric Review: Journal Entries, Poems & Jottings From A Once In A Millennium Poet
On Allen Ginsberg's IRON CURTAIN JOURNALS.
Black Perspectives: The Education of Black Boys
Review of BLACK BOYS APART by Freeden Blume Oeur.
bookstalkerblog: Culture molds us like nothing else.
Review of MAGICAL REALISM FOR NON-BELIEVERS.
Against the Grain: The Pitfalls of Race-Based Medicine
Given the disparities between the lifespans of whites, African Americans, Native Americans and other groups, it might seem to be sensible to gear medicine along racial lines. But sociologist Leslie Hinkson argues that it represents a dangerous turn in science and healthcare. She discusses race, biology, and debt.
"The land shows us the way": Indigenous peoples' strategies for coping with the Anthropocene.
Lecture with Leanne Betasamosake Simpson.
ASEBL Journal: Dialogues
A powerful and welcome manifesto advocating for the extraordinary mental and social capabilities of apes to integrate themselves into the human cultural community.
Rising Up with Sonali: Breathtaking
How can we as a society address a disease such as asthma in such an environment?
Good Food: Scandinavian breakfasts with Beatrice Ojakangas
Growing up on a farm in northern Minnesota, Beatrice Ojakangas learned to cook and bake on a wood-burning stove before she could read. Today she’s a James Beard Hall of Fame author and an expert on Scandinavian baking. In “Breakfast with Beatrice,” she returns to her Finnish roots for an exploration of the day’s most important meal.