[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]: Why Everyone Should Study Linguistics

Robin J. Sowards' "Why Everyone Should Study Linguistics" first appeared in issue 68 (Spring 2007) of the minnesota review. Sowards teaches English at Duquesne University. His research interests include British poetry of the Long 19th century, literary theory, German Idealism, linguistics, and Noam Chomsky. All literary critics already do some kind of linguistics. When we … Continue reading [From the Archives]: Why Everyone Should Study Linguistics

Contributor Update: Susan McMaster (Issue 68)

At Midnight Talks Fail And here we are: herded into a ragged string burdened with signs, wrapped in scarves against sunrise cold. They chivvy at our heels, bark us into motion—colleagues, familiar from a morning hello, a shuffle of paper, are suddenly strange, imbued with command. I thought they were sheep like the rest of … Continue reading Contributor Update: Susan McMaster (Issue 68)