Of course it did. A fabulous, ironic example of what can happen when form meets content, as posted by a friend of the Press who teaches Donna Haraway’s When Species Meet.
It’s not that we are privy to holding grudges or anything. But the fact that the dapper Mr. Colin Firth will be squaring off with His Dudeliness Jeff Bridges for the Best Actor Oscar (Sunday, 7PM Central on ABC) for the second year in a row means that we are being forced to tear open … More Colin Firth’s Redemption Song (we’ll be singing it this weekend)
In honor of our recently published Spring 2011 Trade Catalog (you can download a copy here), we have elected to feature our 23 most recent covers from the past 11 seasons and give you a chance to tell us which designs you liked best. Each season has a theme, and each catalog cover features a … More POLL: Which University of Minnesota Press trade catalog design season do you like best?
If you’re like millions of Americans, you probably believe last week’s Metrodome collapse happened on account of “heavy snowfall” and “record temperatures,” “classic occurrences” in Minnesota in December. Bad weather.Midwest.Winter. How terribly original of us! Uff da. We really gotchu good. Here’s what really went down: We wanted to see the Minnesota Vikings’ 50th anniversary … More How the Minnesota Vikings’ Metrodome situation *really might have* gone down