Tim Delaney and Tim J. Madigan (PhD ’99, MA ’98, BA ’85)
Drawing from the ever-widening scope of pop culture, Delaney and
Madigan, professors of sociology and philosophy, respectively, have
written a series of short essays ideal for teaching teens the value
of thinking critically about music, television and social media.
They discuss everything from how Cosmo Kramer from
“Seinfeld” would have reacted to the Ice Bucket
Challenge to whether “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” may have
started the Civil War, with each essay followed by a tidy, one-line
summary. (SUNY Press, 2016)
James Belflower and Matthew Klane (MA ’03)
In this challenging collection of poetry and visual art exploring the legacy of Manifest Destiny, Klane and Belflower blur the boundaries between the two art forms. Each poem is spread over multiple pages—interspersed with topographic map visuals, full-color collages and a series of imagined letters from the wife of William Gilpin (the first governor of the Colorado territory and a businessman of questionable repute)—providing an idiosyncratically layered trip through the history of the American West. (Flimb Press, 2016)
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