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Sky Blue Water: Minnesota writers' favorites.
See what's in store in the new year!
On Larry Millett's latest Sherlock Holmes in Minnesota book.
There's strength in a politics of imperfection.
Sherlock Holmes and the Eisendorf Enigma is the 8th in Larry Millett's Holmes in Minnesota series.
Forerunners: Where intense thinking, change, and speculation take place in scholarship.
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It Won't Be Easy excerpt in City Pages
By Steven Salaita, author of Inter/Nationalism
By Shelley Reuter, author of Testing Fate
By Caitlin DeSilvey, author of Curating Decay
By Caitlin DeSilvey, author of Curating Decay
By Caitlin DeSilvey, author of Curating Decay
By Caitlin DeSilvey, author of Curating Decay
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Announcing: ‘Got to Be Something Here: The Rise of the Minneapolis Sound’
Blog post by Nora Murphy: "We're just Potato Famine Irish."
By Michael Cramer, author of Utopian Television
By Sarah Stonich, author of Shelter
By Nora Murphy, author of White Birch, Red Hawthorn
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Purity in a Trumped-Up World: Alexis Shotwell's interview with Bitch magazine.
New books forthcoming this fall!
By Shiri Pasternak, author of Grounded Authority
By Jeff Solomon, author of So Famous and So Gay
By Namiko Kunimoto, author of The Stakes of Exposure.
"A stunning collection of essays from scientists, writers and artists on humankind's impact on the planet, and how we all can survive it."
"The Anthropocene is not only a period of manmade disruption. It is also a moment of blinking self-awareness."
'A reckoning for our species': Surviving the Anthropocene
An excerpt from The Book of the Dead by Orikuchi Shinobu, translated by Jeffrey Angles.
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Antibiotics Antitrust Litigation
Review of Anthropocene Feminism, edited by Richard Grusin
This is the first complete English translation of Orikuchi Shinobu’s masterwork.
Prelude to Vidar Sundstol's 'The Devil's Wedding Ring,' coming this fall.
By Julian Yates, author of 'Of Sheep, Oranges, and Yeast'
F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Minnesota State Fair's tunnel of love.
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Cord J. Whitaker, contributor to VEER ECOLOGY, on soup, poop, and climate change.
Social sciences sale: 30% off new books!
By Andrew Pilsch, author of Transhumanism.
By Gregg Lambert, author of Philosophy after Friendship.
By Cord J. Whitaker, contributor to Veer Ecology.
What's the deal with Elon Musk? A transhumanist's perspective.
The Current Presents: The Rise of the Minneapolis Sound with Andrea Swensson
The Current Presents: The Rise of the Minneapolis Sound
Advice from Albert Einstein: "Read fairy tales."
Native American and Indigenous Studies: New and Classic Books on Sale
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By Linda LeGarde Grover, author of Onigamiising
By Jack Zipes, author of Tales of Wonder
By Jack Zipes, author of Tales of Wonder
By Jack Zipes, author of Tales of Wonder
By Jack Zipes, author of Tales of Wonder
By Clare Birchall, author of Shareveillance.
#UPWeek: Knowing the Facts.
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“Calling a book ‘mandatory reading’ usually feels hyperbolic, but it’s justified in the case of Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet.”—Shelf Awareness
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Alberto Aguilar, "Drag feet through snow, define boundaries, work my way in. End at center." 2017. 16" x 20", Inkjet print in hand carved frame. Image courtesy of the artist.
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By Erin E. Edwards, author of The Modernist Corpse
By Catherine M. Soussloff, author of Foucault on Painting
By Martha Greene Phillips, author of Border Country
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Toby Thompson interviewed Echo in Hibbing, a period featured in his book 'Positively Main Street.'
Rebekah Sheldon mounts a cogent critique of our conception of the future solely in terms of heterosexual reproduction. Review in LARB.
By James Sutliff Sanders, author of A Literature of Questions.
By Toby Thompson, author of Positively Main Street.
By Kathleen James-Chakraborty, author of Modernism as Memory.
Let's hear it for the bee!
Lundy Braun is author of Breathing Race into the Machine: The Surprising Career of the Spirometer from Plantation to Genetics.
On International Women's Day 2018: A look at feminism's political message and its past, present, and future.
Gary Kaunonen will receive this biennial award at the Minnesota Book Awards Ceremony in April.
By the authors of 'Governance Feminism.'
By Luka Arsenjuk, author of 'Movement, Action, Image, Montage.'
By Jenny Anger, author of 'Four Metaphors of Modernism.'
Broadside: What affects one affects us all.
Nominated in the American cookbook category. Winners will be announced April 27th. Congrats to Sherman and his amazing team!
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The University of Minnesota Press announces the release of MANIFOLD 1.0.
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By Susan Bartlett Foote, author of The Crusade for Forgotten Souls.
By Amanda Huron, author of Carving Out the Commons.