Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Resources for February 1, 2017

Adams, Amy, et al. "Watch Isabelle Huppert, Emma Stone, Amy Adams & More Discuss Acting in 50-Minute Roundtable."  Film Stage (January 30, 2017) [" Isabelle Huppert (Elle), Emma Stone (La La Land), Amy Adams (Arrival), Natalie Portman (Jackie), Naomie Harris (Moonlight), Annette Bening (20th Century Women), and Taraji P. Henson (Hidden Figures)."]

"City Lights Resistance Reading List." Abandon All Despair Ye Who Enter Here (January 11, 2017)

Greenwald, Glenn and Murtaza Hussain. "Suspect in Quebec Mosque Attack Quickly Depicted as a Moroccan Muslim. He’s a White Nationalist." The Intercept (January 30, 2017)

Hudson, David. "Asghar Farhadi and Trumps #MuslimBan." Keyframe (January 31, 2017)

Lee, Erika, et al. "#ImmigrationSyllabus." Immigration History Research Center at the University of Minnesota and the Immigration and Ethnic History Society (January 26, 2017) ["Essential topics, readings, and multimedia that provide historical context to current debates over immigration reform, integration, and citizenship"]

Maheshwari, Laya. "The Geopolitics of Arrival." Keyframe (January 30, 2017)

Mattia, Joanna Di. "Ideas and Things: Jim Jarmusch's Paterson is not like any other film about writing that you've ever seen." Keyframe (December 27, 2016)

Nguyen, Nicole. "Teaching Homeland Security." Against the Grain (January 9, 2017) ["According to Nicole Nguyen, national security-related agencies and companies are drawing young people into a mindset of militarism and war via their involvement in homeland security programs, which have been established in dozens of public schools in the U.S. Nguyen did ethnographic work at one such high school; she reveals what the students are taught and what values and beliefs they are encouraged to adopt. Nicole Nguyen, A Curriculum of Fear: Homeland Security in U.S. Public Schools University of Minnesota Press, 2016"]

Rad American Women A-Z Video Series Abandon All Despair Ye Who Enter Here (Ongoing Archive)

Strahan, Jonathan and Gary K. Wolfe. "Politics and Science Fiction." The Coode Street Podcast (January 29, 2017) ["This week we return to the Gershwin Room to discuss what we’ve been reading lately, what we’re anticipating, what do you when you encounter a story by an idol or a good friend which isn’t quite up to standard, and what the state of political science fiction is, with both Orwell’s 1984 and Sinclair Lewis’s It Can’t Happen Here returning to the U.S. bestseller lists for the first time in decades. We also discuss political action within the science fiction field towards the end of the podcast, and touch on Norman Spinrad's new novel."]

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