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Mind Your P’s and B’s: The Digital Humanities and Interpretation
Stanley Fish mentions DEBATES IN THE DIGITAL HUMANITIES in the New York Times.
Ethnic Chinese from Vietnam: “floating between different worlds”?
The Plaid Bag Connection blog reviews Nhi T. Lieu's book THE AMERICAN DREAM IN VIETNAMESE.
Blogcritics book review: Island of the Doomed by Stig Dagerman
For Dante hell was a series of descending circles, for Sartre it was a room without exit, for Stig Dagerman it is a deserted island on which seven shipwrecked survivors find themselves stranded waiting for death.
Patricia Fripp: Review of "I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts"
Many people who write about my brother Robert Fripp are not very articulate and do not understand what a deep thinker he is. Mark Dery is an exception and interviewed Brother in 1985.
The Life and Nothing Else
Review of Thomas Waugh's THE RIGHT TO PLAY ONESELF in Looking Back on Documentary Film.
Words, Noises and Other Stuff reviews Mark Dery's latest
I MUST NOT THINK BAD THOUGHTS by Mark Dery has "at least one zinger on every page."
Notes for Headstones: I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts
Notes for Headstones blog reviews Mark Dery's book I MUST NOT THINK BAD THOUGHTS -- and raves about the cover.
Lake Superior Magazine reviews The Invisible Element of Place
Review of THE INVISIBLE ELEMENT OF PLACE: THE ARCHITECTURE OF DAVID SALMELA by Thomas Fisher.
Record of Murder: Shepherd Express reviews Through Amateur Eyes
Frances Guerin's THROUGH AMATEUR EYES "crosses into postmodern culture studies by arguing that images do not have a 'fixed and singular meaning.' "
The Tuskegee Experiment and the Road Forward
Why the infamous study shouldn’t scare us away from the doctor. With reference to Alondra Nelson's BODY AND SOUL.
Can Hip-Hop Change The Style Of Politics?
Lester Spence, author of STARE IN THE DARKNESS, appears on NPR.
Dennis Anderson: 30 years later, Sigurd Olson's big thoughts still apply
In the three decades since Sig's death, much has changed, and in those changes arise challenges to the tenets of the personal philosophy Sig forged over his 82 years. In the Star Tribune.
Followers strive to keep Sigurd Olson's legacy alive
Star Tribune: Some 500 souls a year make a pilgrimage north to visit Olson's one-room log cabin and rocky, pine-studded "Listening Point'' retreat on Burntside Lake near Ely.
Bogost reviewed in Creative Applications
Ian Bogost's HOW TO DO THINGS WITH VIDEOGAMES is reviewed by @serial_consign for Creative Applications Network.
Art History Newsletter reviews "Man Ray, African Art, and the Modernist Lens"
MAN RAY, AFRICAN ART, AND THE MODERNIST LENS by Wendy Grossman is "positioned to appeal to a spectrum of readers."
Historian Richard Lindberg explores his own Swedish-American past
Richard Lindberg, author of WHISKEY BREAKFAST, chats with WBEZ 91.5.
Up for Discussion: What Should Universities Do For Their Cities?
Sharon Haar (THE CITY AS CAMPUS) is included as part of this feature in Zocalo Public Square.
Boston Review: The Black Panthers Versus the Medical Industry
An interview with Alondra Nelson, author of BODY AND SOUL: The Black Panther Party and the Fight against Medical Discrimination.
Against the Grain interview: The New Geography of Need
U.C. Berkeley professor Margaret Weir discusses her chapter in JUSTICE AND THE AMERICAN METROPOLIS (edited by Clarissa Hayward and Todd Swanstrom).
Cozy Library reviews New to Me
NEWS TO ME is a memoir by Laurie Hertzel, who "knows how to tell a story and how to avoid the twin traps of telling too much or telling too little."