Similar titles: Cultural Critique

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?
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
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
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
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
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 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
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”