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Huffington Post: This Thanksgiving, Make These Native Recipes From Indigenous Chefs
“I think we could do so much better [by having] a holiday that’s not focused on something that just dismisses so much intense history for a large group of people,” he said. “It should really be about giving thanks for the harvest season and [exploring] an indigenous dinner.”
Stroke of Genius: Haptics
With David Parisi.
Fall Books Preview: 27 Top Picks from Metropolis Magazine
The leaves are turning and publishers are preparing a whole slate of new releases, including Robert Rosenberger's CALLOUS OBJECTS.
Vulture: The 4 Best Rock Chronicles You’ve Never Heard of
From novelist Jeff Jackson: These titles provided insights into key aspects of rock and roll that play out in my novel, but they drew blank stares from most of my music-loving friends. I’d like to change that.
City Pages: Minnesota's favorite cookie contest has a heartwarming, belly-filling new book
Fifteen years ago, Star Tribune food critic Rick Nelson decided he needed a cookie. Not just any cookie, but the best cookie. And he knew Minnesotans could provide it.
Uproxx: It’s Native American Heritage Month — Here’s How To Support And Learn
November is Native American Heritage Month. This month gives us an opportunity to connect to the Indigenous communities throughout the United States. There are 326 Indian Reservations with 567 different tribes across the United States. Yes, some reservations hold multiple different nations on them. See, we’re already learning.
Public Books: "A Gun to Our Heads"
“Wherever we stand in relation to the world, we can scream ‘no!’ and open the space for many yesses.”
Book talk video: Indigenous Politics
J. Kēhaulani Kauanui talks about the new book she edited. It's subtitled "Conversations with Activists, Scholars and Tribal Leaders" The conversations are talks with fascinating people about settler colonialism in the U.S., Palestine and elsewhere. The book talk took place in the Wesleyan B. Dalton bookstore (Middletown CT) in October 2018.
Reading Religion: Unconditional Equality
The most recent, and arguably the most engaging to date, scholarship on Gandhi’s idea of religious or spiritual politics.
neural.it: A Capsule Aesthetic
Lets us understand how our body is rethought, reconfigured, constantly forgotten and recurrently exploded and recollected in millions of tiny digital pieces.
Hush Hush, Forest: A beautiful way to welcome winter.
A beautiful way to welcome winter, and bedtime, with the northwoods as backdrop.
KAXE: It's the time of year for baking and The Great MN Cookie Book
Full of recipes to warm our kitchens and hearts.
Washington Blade: New book unveils history of trans children
In the introduction to this book, author Julian Gill-Peterson indicates that the current narrative paints today’s trans children somewhat as pioneers. Nothing can be further from the truth, as you’ll see here, eventually. Maybe.
Food Tank’s Fall 2018 Reading List—19 Books To Take the Food System Back
Here are Food Tank’s 19 top picks to inspire new and old activists, leaders, and innovators in the food system.
Chill.us: No miracles, but some hope.
Review of BLACK BOYS APART.
Isanti County News: Interview with Michael Schumacher
On the1968 presidential election and Schumacher's THE CONTEST.
Minnesota Monthly: Indigenous-Inspired Feasts for Thanksgiving
Sioux Chef founder Sean Sherman on cooking Indigenous-inspired feasts for Thanksgiving, from forest to table.
Critical Inquiry: The Modernist Corpse
Combining new materialism with insights from feminism, queer theory, and media theory, The Modernist Corpse attempts not only to reanimate the corpse in modernism but to reimagine experimental modernism itself by rereading and reassembling its corpus.
Duluth News Tribune: 'Herlands' provides detailed account of lands populated by women
In a new book from the University of Minnesota Press, Keridwen N. Luis looks at lands organized and populated entirely by women. The title of "Herlands: Exploring the Women's Land Movement in the United States" alludes to "Herland," a 1915 feminist novel by Charlotte Perkins Gilman in which explorers discover a society of women who reproduce asexually, resulting in a peaceful, egalitarian and exclusively female world.
Toronto Public Library's Read Indigenous list
Includes AS WE HAVE ALWAYS DONE by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson.