Author: Joanne P. Sharp
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
Keywords: american, identity, digest, reader, cold, war, condensing
Number of Pages: 240
Published: 2000-11-27
List price: $35.00
ISBN-10: 0816634157
ISBN-13: 9780816634156

American Studies/Political Science Examines the ways this hugely popular magazine shaped American public opinion about the Cold War. The Reader’s Digest may be the single most important voice in the creation of popular geopolitics in America in the past seventy years. With the second-highest circulation (after TV Guide) of any magazine in the United States, since 1922 it has reflected on the state of world affairs for its readership, explaining both America’s and the reader’s role and responsibility in the unfolding of these events. Viewed critically, as it is by Joan

Authors:Editors,Michal Kobialka, Barbara Hanawalt, Michal Ko
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
Keywords: space, practices, medieval
Number of Pages: 336
Published: 2000-05-26
List price: $30.00
ISBN-10: 0816635455
ISBN-13: 9780816635450

Author: Ingrid Semmingsen
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
Keywords: migration, history, america, norway
Number of Pages: 224
Published: 1980-10
List price: $16.95
ISBN-10: 0816610002
ISBN-13: 9780816610006

Author: Jean-Francois Lyotard
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
Keywords: correspondence, explained, postmodern
Number of Pages: 141
Published: 1992-09
List price: $18.50
ISBN-10: 0816622116
ISBN-13: 9780816622115

Author: Simon Dalby
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
Keywords: security, environmental
Number of Pages: 312
Published: 2002-09
List price: $67.50
ISBN-10: 0816640254
ISBN-13: 9780816640256

Since the end of the Cold War, environmental matters-especially the international implications of environmental degradation-have figured prominently in debates about rethinking security. But do the assumptions underlying such discussions hold up under close scrutiny? In this first treatment of environmental security from a truly critical perspective, Simon Dalby shows how attempts to explain contemporary insecurity falter over unexamined notions of both environment and security. Adding environmental history, aboriginal perspectives, and geopolitics to the analysis explicitly suggests that

Author: Welby R. Smith
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
Keywords: minnesota, orchids
Number of Pages: 172
Published: 1993-10
List price: $24.95
ISBN-10: 0816623090
ISBN-13: 9780816623099

Author: Edward Dahlberg
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
Keywords: oblivion, alms
Number of Pages: 176
Published: 1967-09-25
List price: unknow
ISBN-10: 0816604452
ISBN-13: 9780816604456

Alms for Oblivion was first published in 1967. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions.This volume makes available in book form a collection of seventeen essays by Edward Dahlberg, who has been called one of the great unrecognized writers of our time. Some of the selections have never been published before; others have appeared previously only in magazines of limited circulation. There is a foreword by Sir Herbert Read. The individual essays are
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