Blogs & Blog Posts on Current Affairs in Minnesota



Blogs on "Current Affairs"

Steve Klingaman on Open Salon
Public policy and personal finance, from a progressive point of view

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Blog Posts on Current Affairs

Squares of Savannah: Sometimes It's Hip to Be Square by The Garden Buzz on Jan 28, 2012 in Current Affairs, Environmental Issues, Garden and Nature, Winter, , , , gardening, Savannah, squaresI'm not getting around to as many blog posts down here as I'd hoped for during my stay in Savannah. I expected time for exploring and writing, unfortunately health issues for myself and some family members have taken necessary time away. And then my...



Before we had the Kardashians, even before we had The Real World, we had PBS's An American Family -- the original "reality" series. by University of Minnesota Press blog on Jan 11, 2012 in Minnesota, current affairs, Scholarly books, Film Studies, Media StudiesThe real Loud family (right) meets HBO's Loud family. HBO's triple-Golden-Globe-nominated Cinema Verite takes a look behind the scenes of the filming of America's first reality TV family. Photo from http://blog.zap2it.com. Before 1973, the Loud famil...



*They* Are … Penn State: "Qui tacet consentire videtur" ("Silence gives consent") by University of Minnesota Press blog on Nov 18, 2011 in current affairs, Author features, sports, American history, National trade booksFans cheer during the Penn State-Nebraska game in State College, Pa. This Nov. 12th, 2011, game was Penn State's first time playing in decades without former head coach Joe Paterno, who was fired in the wake of a child sex abuse scandal involving a f...



Occupy Wall Street: A reminder of how radical spatial politics have changed. by University of Minnesota Press blog on Nov 16, 2011 in current affairs, Author features, , Urban Studies, Architecture, Scholarly booksThe Occupy San Francisco movement in full swing. Jessica Ellen Sewell recalls how just a century ago, women were using spaces elsewhere in the city to campaign for women's suffrage.BY JESSICA ELLEN SEWELLAssistant professor in the American and New En...



What Participatory Democracy Looks Like: Occupy Wall Street and the Myth of Leadership by University of Minnesota Press blog on Nov 9, 2011 in American Studies, Minnesota, current affairs, Author features, Political Science, Occupy Wall Street, National trade booksOccupy Nashville protesters at the state capitol. While media pundits look for a single "heroic" leader in the Occupy Wall Street movement, others point to a reclamation of participatory democracy and an emerging model of distributed leadership. Imag...



Libya's declared adherence to Sharia law: What does it mean? by University of Minnesota Press blog on Nov 2, 2011 in Minnesota, current affairs, Sociology, Author features, , Scholarly books, African StudiesThis map displays those countries that use Sharia law and to what extent. Here, author Zakia Salime looks at the different interpretations of Sharia law. Image from Creative Commons.BY ZAKIA SALIMEAssistant professor of sociology and women's and gend...



Solutions by A Coded Life Unveiled on Oct 2, 2011 in alexander graham bell, America, culture, Current Affairs, Invention, Corporate Responsibility, Eco-friendly consumption, Economics, Economy, Innovation, Inventions, Manufacturing, World-wide consumptionInnovation and world-wide equity, within our economic system, is only possible through thoughtful and mindful considerations. © 2011...



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