Forthcoming from University of Minnesota Press

Good Pictures Are a Strong Weapon: Laura Gilpin, Queerness, and Navajo Sovereignty Good Pictures Are a Strong Weapon Laura Gilpin, Queerness, and Navajo Sovereignty Louise Siddons 2024 Spring
What are the limits of political solidarity, and how can visual culture contribute to social change?
Assembly by Design: The United Nations and Its Global Interior Assembly by Design The United Nations and Its Global Interior Olga Touloumi 2024 Spring
How the United Nations headquarters became the architectural instrument and broadcast medium of global diplomacy
Chris Marker: Early Film Writings Chris Marker Early Film Writings Chris Marker 2024 Spring
Formative writings by French avant-garde filmmaker Chris Marker
Movies under the Influence Movies under the Influence Jocelyn Szczepaniak-Gillece 2024 Spring
A cultural history of the enduring relationship between film spectatorship and intoxicating substances
Deeper Blues: The Life, Songs, and Salvation of Cornbread Harris Deeper Blues The Life, Songs, and Salvation of Cornbread Harris Andrea Swensson 2024 Spring
The emotional, epic story of James “Cornbread” Harris—a self-proclaimed “blessed dude” and one of Minneapolis’s most influential musicians
Anishinaabe Songs for a New Millennium Anishinaabe Songs for a New Millennium Marcie Rendon 2024 Spring
Poem-songs summon the voices of Anishinaabe ancestors and sing to future generations
Chaos and the Automaton Chaos and the Automaton Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi 2024 Spring
Facing real threats of extinction and futurelessness, a search for new ground on which to build projects toward emancipation
Reading Autobiography Now: An Updated Guide for Interpreting Life Narratives, Third Edition Reading Autobiography Now An Updated Guide for Interpreting Life Narratives, Third Edition Sidonie Smith and Julia Watson 2024 Spring
A user-friendly guide to reading, writing, and theorizing autobiographical texts and practices for students, scholars, and practitioners of life narrative
Appetite for Change: Soulful Recipes from a North Minneapolis Kitchen Appetite for Change Soulful Recipes from a North Minneapolis Kitchen Appetite For Change 2024 Spring
Delicious recipes and community spirit make Appetite For Change a force for good in North Minneapolis
Exploring the St. Croix River Valley: Adventures on and off the Water Exploring the St. Croix River Valley Adventures on and off the Water Angie Hong 2024 Spring
An authoritative, accessible, and entertaining nature recreation guide to one of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring areas in the Midwest
Strike!: Twenty Days in 1970 When Minneapolis Teachers Broke the Law Strike! Twenty Days in 1970 When Minneapolis Teachers Broke the Law William D. Green 2024 Spring
The complex and dramatic history of an illegal teachers’ strike that forever altered labor relations and Minnesota politics
Distracted: A Philosophy of Cars and Phones Distracted A Philosophy of Cars and Phones Robert Rosenberger 2024 Spring
Applying insights from philosophy and cognitive science to address the urgent issue of smartphone-induced distracted driving
Honeymoons in Temporary Locations Honeymoons in Temporary Locations Ashley Shelby 2024 Spring
Eclectic, experimental, and wildly imaginative climate fictions from a familiar world hauntingly transformed
The Rage of Replacement: Far Right Politics and Demographic Fear The Rage of Replacement Far Right Politics and Demographic Fear Michael Feola 2024 Spring
Tracing how the “Great Replacement” narrative has shaped far right extremism and propelled its dangerous political projects and acts of violence
Mevlido’s Dreams: A Post-Exotic Novel Mevlido’s Dreams A Post-Exotic Novel Antoine Volodine 2024 Spring
A postapocalyptic noir that asks if love and political ideals can survive civilizational collapse
Interactive Cinema: The Ambiguous Ethics of Media Participation Interactive Cinema The Ambiguous Ethics of Media Participation Marina Hassapopoulou 2024 Spring
Connecting interactive cinema to media ethics and global citizenship
Perennial Ceremony: Lessons and Gifts from a Dakota Garden Perennial Ceremony Lessons and Gifts from a Dakota Garden Teresa R. Peterson 2024 Spring
Travel through a garden’s seasons toward healing, reclamation, and wholeness—for us, and for our beloved relative, the Earth
Microbial Resolution: Visualization and Security in the War against Emerging Microbes Microbial Resolution Visualization and Security in the War against Emerging Microbes Gloria Chan-Sook Kim 2024 Spring
Why the global health project to avert emerging microbes continually fails
A Private Wilderness: The Journals of Sigurd F. Olson A Private Wilderness The Journals of Sigurd F. Olson Sigurd F. Olson 2024 Spring
The personal diaries of one of America’s best-loved naturalists, revealing his difficult and inspiring path to finding his voice and becoming a writer—now available in paperback
Petroturfing: Refining Canadian Oil through Social Media Petroturfing Refining Canadian Oil through Social Media Jordan B. Kinder 2024 Spring
How social media has become a critical tool for advancing the interests of the Canadian oil industry
Worlds Built to Fall Apart: Versions of Philip K. Dick Worlds Built to Fall Apart Versions of Philip K. Dick David Lapoujade 2024 Spring
Philosophically analyzing the work of one of the twentieth century’s most popular and peculiar science fiction authors
Traveling without Moving: Essays from a Black Woman Trying to Survive in America Traveling without Moving Essays from a Black Woman Trying to Survive in America Taiyon Coleman 2024 Spring
A stunning lyrical commentary on the constructions of race, gender, and class in the fraught nexus of a Black woman’s personal experience and cultural history
Prairie Edge Prairie Edge Conor Kerr 2024 Spring
Set loose a herd of bison in downtown Edmonton: what could go wrong?
Medicine Wheel for the Planet: A Journey Toward Personal and Ecological Healing Medicine Wheel for the Planet A Journey Toward Personal and Ecological Healing Jennifer Grenz 2024 Spring
A personal journey of bringing together Western science and Indigenous ecology to transform our understanding of the human role in healing our planet
The Promise of Youth Anti-citizenship: Race and Revolt in Education The Promise of Youth Anti-citizenship Race and Revolt in Education Kevin L. Clay and Kevin Lawrence Henry Jr., Editors 2024 Spring
When inclusion into the fold of citizenship is conditioned by a social group’s conceit to ritual violence, humiliation, and exploitation, what can anti-citizenship offer us?
Cultivating Livability: Food, Class, and the Urban Future in Bengaluru Cultivating Livability Food, Class, and the Urban Future in Bengaluru Camille Frazier 2024 Spring
What urban food networks reveal about middle class livability in times of transformation
This Contested Land: The Storied Past and Uncertain Future of America’s National Monuments This Contested Land The Storied Past and Uncertain Future of America’s National Monuments McKenzie Long 2024 Spring
One woman’s enlightening trek through the natural histories, cultural stories, and present perils of thirteen national monuments, from Maine to Hawaii—now available in paperback
Stardust: Cinematic Archives at the End of the World Stardust Cinematic Archives at the End of the World Hannah Goodwin 2024 Spring
An exploration of the fundamental bond between cinema and the cosmos
American Disgust: Racism, Microbial Medicine, and the Colony Within American Disgust Racism, Microbial Medicine, and the Colony Within Matthew J. Wolf-Meyer 2024 Spring
Examining the racial underpinnings of food, microbial medicine, and disgust in America
The Memory of the World: Deep Time, Animality, and Eschatology The Memory of the World Deep Time, Animality, and Eschatology Ted Toadvine 2024 Spring
Advancing a phenomenological approach to deep time
Why We Left: Untold Stories and Songs of America's First Immigrants Why We Left Untold Stories and Songs of America's First Immigrants Brooks 2024 Spring
A grounded, tender, and mournful reckoning with the catastrophes that launched poor, white Anglos into their role as itinerant foot soldiers for modern imperialism—now in paperback with a new preface
The Flesh of Animation: Bodily Sensations in Film and Digital Media The Flesh of Animation Bodily Sensations in Film and Digital Media Sandra Annett 2024 Spring
How animation can reconnect us with bodily experiences
Tove Jansson: Life, Art, Words Tove Jansson Life, Art, Words Boel Westin 2024 Spring
An in-depth, perceptive account of the unconventional life of the Moomins’ beloved creator, now available in the United States
Architecture against Democracy: Histories of the Nationalist International Architecture against Democracy Histories of the Nationalist International Reinhold Martin and Claire Zimmerman, Editors 2024 Spring
Examining architecture’s foundational role in the repression of democracy
Let Me Take You Down: Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields Forever Let Me Take You Down Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields Forever Jonathan Cott 2024 Spring
The conception, creation, recording, and significance of the Beatles’ “Penny Lane” and “Strawberry Fields Forever”
Good Boys, Bad Hombres: The Racial Politics of Mentoring Latino Boys in Schools Good Boys, Bad Hombres The Racial Politics of Mentoring Latino Boys in Schools Michael V. Singh 2024 Spring
The unintended consequences of youth empowerment programs for Latino boys
Indigenous Archival Activism: Mohican Interventions in Public History and Memory Indigenous Archival Activism Mohican Interventions in Public History and Memory Rose Miron 2024 Spring
Who has the right to represent Native history?
Knowing Silence: How Children Talk about Immigration Status in School Knowing Silence How Children Talk about Immigration Status in School Ariana Mangual Figueroa 2024 Spring
Learning from children about citizenship status and how it shapes their school experience
The Harlequin Eaters: From Food Scraps to Modernism in Nineteenth-Century France The Harlequin Eaters From Food Scraps to Modernism in Nineteenth-Century France Janet Beizer 2024 Spring
How representations of the preparation, sale, and consumption of leftovers in nineteenth-century urban France link socioeconomic and aesthetic history
The Apathy of Empire: Cambodia in American Geopolitics The Apathy of Empire Cambodia in American Geopolitics James A. Tyner 2024 Spring
What America’s intervention in Cambodia during the Vietnam War tells us about Cold War–era U.S. national security strategy
Anime's Knowledge Cultures: Geek, Otaku, Zhai Anime's Knowledge Cultures Geek, Otaku, Zhai Jinying Li 2024 Spring
Unlocking the technosocial implications of global geek cultures
Illness Politics and Hashtag Activism Illness Politics and Hashtag Activism Lisa Diedrich 2024 Spring
How illness on social media reveals the struggle against ableism and stigma for care and access
Producing Sovereignty: The Rise of Indigenous Media in Canada Producing Sovereignty The Rise of Indigenous Media in Canada Karrmen Crey 2024 Spring
Exploring how Indigenous media has flourished across Canada from the 1990s to the present
Solar Adobe: Energy, Ecology, and Earthen Architecture Solar Adobe Energy, Ecology, and Earthen Architecture Albert Narath 2024 Spring
How a centuries-old architectural tradition reemerged as a potential solution to the political and environmental crises of the 1970s
The Digital and Its Discontents The Digital and Its Discontents Aden Evens 2024 Spring
A groundbreaking critique of the digital world that analyzes its universal technological foundations
On the Appearance of the World: A Future for Aesthetics in Architecture On the Appearance of the World A Future for Aesthetics in Architecture Mark Foster Gage 2024 Spring
How can architecture develop better aesthetic directions for the twenty-first-century built environment?
Everything Is Police Everything Is Police Tia Trafford 2024 Spring
How institutional and interpersonal policing have been central to worldmaking
This Is Not My World: Art and Public Space in Socialist Zagreb This Is Not My World Art and Public Space in Socialist Zagreb Adair Rounthwaite 2024 Spring
A close-up history of the Yugoslav artists who broke down the boundaries between public and private
Livestreaming: An Aesthetics and Ethics of Technical Encounter Livestreaming An Aesthetics and Ethics of Technical Encounter EL Putnam 2024 Spring
An inquiry into how livestreaming can help us meaningfully connect
Never Trust a Thin Cook and Other Lessons from Italy’s Culinary Capital Never Trust a Thin Cook and Other Lessons from Italy’s Culinary Capital Eric Dregni 2024 Spring
The food-obsessed chronicle of an American’s three years in Italy—now available in paperback