To celebrate the release of The Long 2020 contributor Bonnie Honig’s latest book, Shell-Shocked, Fordham Press is offering a special coupon code for 30% off select titles through May. You can use the code BH2021 on www.fordhampress.com to get 30%… Read more
In honor of C21’s upcoming collaboration with the University of Minnesota Press, you can now get a special discount on select books by authors participating in our The Long 2020 series! Get 40% off when you order select University of… Read more
Former C21 Faculty Fellow Aneesh Aneesh (Sociology, UWM) has a new piece featured in Noema! The piece, “Citizenship is a Myth,” speaks to the crisis of citizenship that informs the Trumpian politics of membership (and all such politics from India… Read more
Congratulations to former C21 Faculty Fellow Caroline Seymour-Jorn (French, Italian, and Comparative Literature) on the recent publication of her new book, Creating Spaces of Hope: Young Artists and the New Imagination in Egypt (American University in Cairo Press, 2020). Caroline… Read more
Congratulations to 2017-18 Visiting Fulbright Scholar Gabriel Menotti (Queen’s University) on a new collection co-edited with Virginia Crisp (King’s College, London)! The new book, Practices of Projection: Histories and Technologies (Oxford, 2020) features chapters from Amanda Egbe, Ian Goode, Stefania… Read more
Elana Levine, one of C21’s 2018-19 Faculty Fellows, has a new book from Duke University Press. Levine worked on the new book, Her Stories: Daytime Soap Opera and US Television History, during her time at the Center.
Dr. Erica Bornstein, a cultural anthropologist here at UWM, has just published an article in Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development.
Congratulations to last year’s Fulbright Fellow-in-Residence Gabriel Menotti, who just published his new book Movie Circuits: Curatorial Approaches to Cinema Technology via Amsterdam University Press! The book is about rogue cinemas, practice-led research, and a hint of philosophy of technology.
Congratulations to Jane Gallop on the recent publication of her new book, Sexuality, Disability, and Aging: Queer Temporalities of the Phallus, available now from Duke University Press.
Congratulations to current UWM doctoral candidate Allain Daigle for his recent article, “How the 50-mm Lens Became ‘Normal,’” in the May issue of The Atlantic! Allain’s piece was published in partnership with Object Lessons and offers a compelling history of the 50-mm lens’… Read more