[From the Archives] Engaging Advocacy: Academic Freedom and Student Learning

Charlotte A. Kunkel and Sheila Radford-Hill's "Engaging Advocacy: Academic Freedom and Student Learning" first appeared in issue 76 (Summer 2011) of the minnesota review. Kunkel is a sociologist who is passionate about teaching.  Her work and teaching center around social justice issues, particularly anti-racism and the intersectionality of race, class and gender.  Most recently her … Continue reading [From the Archives] Engaging Advocacy: Academic Freedom and Student Learning

Fall Reading Period Opens Friday (August 1)!

Our fall reading period opens Friday, August 1, and we're looking for your best fiction and poetry. Please remember that we won't be reading creative nonfiction during this reading period, and we never publish reviews of creative work. Please remember that the minnesota review has a new submission system! We will be accepting creative writing … Continue reading Fall Reading Period Opens Friday (August 1)!

[From the Archives] A Memoir of Feminism: An Interview with Nancy K. Miller

"A Memoir of Feminism: An Interview with Nancy K. Miller," excerpted below, was first published in Issue 68 (Spring 2007) of the minnesota review. The interview took place on 10 February 2007 in Nancy K. Miller’s office at CUNY. It was conducted by Jeffrey J. Williams, then editor of the minnesota review, and transcribed by … Continue reading [From the Archives] A Memoir of Feminism: An Interview with Nancy K. Miller

[From the Archives] Where the Wild Things Aren’t: Animals in New York City

"Where the Wild Things Aren't: Animals in New York City" by Mark B. Feldman first appeared in issue 73-74 (2009) of the minnesota review as part of our Feral Issue. You can read the full essay via our online archive, available through Duke University Press. On top of the cantilevered entrance to Marcel Breuer’s Whitney … Continue reading [From the Archives] Where the Wild Things Aren’t: Animals in New York City

Books Received, Issue 83

the minnesota review welcomes proposals for reviews of these and other recent books as well as journals, significant articles, and other works reflecting cultural and intellectual currents.  For reviews, we much prefer overviews to reports on specific books. For examples, check the review essays in recent past issues, available here. Please submit review essays to … Continue reading Books Received, Issue 83

[Call for Papers] Special Issue: Katrina- A Decade After

the minnesota review invites submissions for a Special Issue on “Katrina – A Decade After” to be guest edited by Gaurav Desai (English/African and African Diaspora Studies, Tulane University). Our aim is to reflect on the hurricane, the measures that could have been taken to prevent the massive devastation caused by it, and the immediate … Continue reading [Call for Papers] Special Issue: Katrina- A Decade After

Contributor Update: Sam J. Miller

Sam J. Miller's "Operation Skunk," excerpted below, first appeared in Issue 70 (2008) of the minnesota review. Since its publication, Miller has also released Horror After 9/11 (2011), a critical anthology co-edited with Aviva Briefel, along with pieces in The Rumpus, Slice Magazine, Arts and Letters, Strange Horizons, and Electric Velocipede. Miller also has work … Continue reading Contributor Update: Sam J. Miller

[From the Archives] The Wiggle Room of Theory: An Interview with Samuel Delany

"The Wiggle Room of Theory: An Interview with Samuel Delany," excerpted below, first appeared in issue 65-66 (2006) of the minnesota review. This interview was conducted in writing between September 19 and October 4, 2005 by Josh Lukin, a Lecturer in English at Temple University. You can read the full interview via our online archive, … Continue reading [From the Archives] The Wiggle Room of Theory: An Interview with Samuel Delany

Spring Reading Period Closes April 1!

Our spring reading period closes Tuesday, April 1, so be sure to send us your best poetry and fiction! Please remember that we won't be reading creative nonfiction during this reading period, and we never publish reviews of creative work. We will be accepting creative writing submissions via our new online submission system. Critical authors … Continue reading Spring Reading Period Closes April 1!

[From the Archives]: Roberto Esposito and Jean-Luc Nancy’s “Dialogue on the Philosophy to Come”

Roberto Esposito and Jean-Luc Nancy's "Dialogue on the Philosophy to Come" first appeared in Issue 75 (Fall 2010) of the minnesota review. You can read the full article online through Duke University Press, available here. [The following dialogue began as a result of prefaces Nancy and Esposito wrote for each other’s works: Nancy’s preface to … Continue reading [From the Archives]: Roberto Esposito and Jean-Luc Nancy’s “Dialogue on the Philosophy to Come”

Contributor Update: Valerie Bandura

Valerie Bandura's poem "Step Right Up" was first published in Issue 78 (Fall 2012) of the minnesota review. Since then, Bandura has just released a new book of poetry, Freak Show (Black Lawrence Press/Dzanc Books, 2013). Bandura's poems have also appeared in numerous journals, including Ploughshares,  Alaska Quarterly Review, Cimarron Review, Mid-American Review, The Asheville Poetry … Continue reading Contributor Update: Valerie Bandura

[Call for Papers] Special Issue: Katrina- A Decade After

the minnesota review invites submissions for a Special Issue on “Katrina – A Decade After” to be guest edited by Gaurav Desai (English/African and African Diaspora Studies, Tulane University). Our aim is to reflect on the hurricane, the measures that could have been taken to prevent the massive devastation caused by it, and the immediate … Continue reading [Call for Papers] Special Issue: Katrina- A Decade After