Today's "From the Archives" post excerpts Carl Levine's 2006 "'Whose University? Our University!': The Case for GA Unions." Levine argues eloquently in favor of unionization, an argument that is concretely based in the acrimonious relations that developed between New York University and its graduate assistants after the university elected not to renew the GA union … Continue reading (From the Archives) “Whose University? Our University!”: The Case for GA Unions
Okay, not really. But we are giving away a free copy of Issue 75 to two U.S. readers, and there are two ways you can win: 1) Follow our blog through WordPress. Current WordPress followers are already eligible for this giveaway. 2) Leave a comment on this post telling us what kind(s) of content you'd like to … Continue reading We’re giving it all away!
Today's post is a bit of a change for our regular blog content, although not our journal. You likely already know that the minnesota review features both creative and critical writing, but you may not have known that we often feature interviews with leading scholars. Today, we're featuring part of an interview that Heather Steffen conducted … Continue reading Interview with Carol J. Adams
the minnesota review welcomes proposals for review essays on these and other recent books in cultural and literary theory. We do not publish reviews of fiction or poetry. For reviews, we much prefer overviews to reports on specific books. For examples, check the review-essays in our current and past issues. Andrade, Susan Z. 2011. The Nation Writ … Continue reading Books Received (Cultural and Literary Criticism)