Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Resources for November 24, 2015

Marcum, James A. "Thomas S. Kuhn (1922—1996)." Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (no date)

Ganz, Marshall. "Here’s how history is shaping the #studentblackout movement." The Conversation (November 23, 2015)

Civil Rights Movement Veterans (Website/Archive)

Andrews, Mallory. "Holy Motors: 'I miss the cameras.'” cléo 1.1 (April 1, 2013)

Jensen, Lindsay. “'It’s Biology': Zero Dark Thirty and the Politics of the Body." cléo 1.1 (April 1, 2013) 

Reardon, Kiva. "Haywire's Body Talk." cléo 1.1 (April 1, 2013)

Cook, Adam. "Seven Gestures, 2015: On the year’s most memorable single acts and expressions." Keyframe (November 21, 2015)

Martin, Adrian. "Five Varieties of Love Romance, and more, in the films of 2015." Keyframe (November 23, 2015)

Cooper, Julia. "Radical Intimacies: Harmony Korine’s Gummo and Spring Breakers." cléo 1.1 (April 1, 2013)

Boyle, Frankie. "On the fallout from Paris: ‘This is the worst time for society to go on psychopathic autopilot’"  The Guardian (November 23, 2015)

Reardon, Kiva. "Housekeeping and Other Feudalisms: An Interview with Athina Rachel Tsangari."  cléo 1.2 (July 25, 2013)

LeGuin, Ursula. The Dispossessed. (1974 novel available on Anarchist Library)

Dawson-Edwards, Cherie. "Disrupting Democracy: Felony Disenfranchisement Laws and the 'Smart on Crime' Era."  Uprooting Criminology (November 23, 2015)

Gilbert, Andrew. "Empty Hearths: Andrea Arnold’s Wuthering Heights." cléo 1.2 (July 25, 2013)

Benson, Eric. "The Curious Cases of Pleading Guilty While Innocent." Take Part (November 20, 2015)

Holloway, Jonathan. "AFAM 162 - African American History: From Emancipation to the Present." Open Yale Courses (Spring 2010) ["The purpose of this course is to examine the African American experience in the United States from 1863 to the present. Prominent themes include the end of the Civil War and the beginning of Reconstruction; African Americans’ urbanization experiences; the development of the modern civil rights movement and its aftermath; and the thought and leadership of Booker T. Washington, Ida B. Wells-Barnett, W.E.B. Du Bois, Marcus Garvey, Martin Luther King Jr., and Malcolm X."]

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