Similar titles: Cultural Critique

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
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”
The Rocks Will Echo Our Sorrow: The Forced Displacement of the Northern Sámi The Rocks Will Echo Our Sorrow The Forced Displacement of the Northern Sámi Elin Anna Labba 2023 Fall
The deep and personal story—told through history, poetry, and images—of the forced displacement of the Sámi people from their homeland in northern Norway and Sweden and its reverberations today
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
Caring for Life: A Postdevelopment Politics of Infant Hygiene Caring for Life A Postdevelopment Politics of Infant Hygiene Kelly Dombroski 2024 Spring
The transformational possibilities of everyday hygiene and care practices
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
Unsettling Choice: Race, Rights, and the Partitioning of Public Education Unsettling Choice Race, Rights, and the Partitioning of Public Education Ujju Aggarwal 2023 Fall
How the Great Recession revealed a system of school choice built on crisis, precarity, and exclusion