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Heavy Ground

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Norris Hundley and Donald C. Jackson’s "Heavy Ground" focuses on the events surrounding the St. Francis Dam disaster. On March 12th, 1928, the St. Francis Dam collapsed, and twelve billion gallons of silted water crashed through the... Read More

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by Eileen Gonzalez

The satirical cartoons compiled in "Trump" poke cheeky fun at current events and political figures. America’s forty-fifth president is the subject E. M. Fintan’s political and satirical "Trump". Moving from the 2016 presidential... Read More

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Picturing Apollo 11

by Matt Sutherland

In the middle of the last century, before Vietnam, Iraq, immigration woes, global warming denial, and other spoilers damaged the brand, the United States enjoyed rock star status for leading the Allies to victory in WWII, defending the... Read More

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Hearts and Bones

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Ethereal and surreal, Tom Chambers’s photomontages “tell unfinished stories” about childhoods in flux, gasping ecologies, and unfinished fantasies. From his childhood encounters with the Wyeths and a tour in Vietnam, Chambers moved... Read More

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The Spectral Arctic

by Susan Waggoner

In "The Spectral Arctic", Shane McCorristine focuses on early explorations of the Arctic. Citing numerous reports of ghostly presences, uncharacteristically strong belief in omens, and seemingly prophetic dreams, he notes that paranormal... Read More

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Our Oldest Task

by Anna Call

This dense but well-structured philosophical text endeavors to examine the cultural causes of climate change. Drawing from the Enlightenment, American culture is fiercely individualistic. But is that a constructive attitude when that... Read More

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