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The Resource Voices from the Rust Belt, edited and with an introduction by Anne Trubek

Voices from the Rust Belt, edited and with an introduction by Anne Trubek

Label
Voices from the Rust Belt
Title
Voices from the Rust Belt
Statement of responsibility
edited and with an introduction by Anne Trubek
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"Where is America's Rust Belt? It's not quite a geographic region but a linguistic one, first introduced as a concept in 1984 by Walter Mondale. In the modern vernacular, it's closely associated with the "Post-Industrial Midwest," and includes Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, as well as parts of Illinois, Wisconsin, and New York. The region reflects the country's manufacturing center, which, over the past forty years, has been in decline. In the 2016 election, the Rust Belt's economic woes became a political talking point, and helped pave the way for a Donald Trump victory. But the region is neither monolithic nor easily understood. The truth is much more nuanced. Voices From the Rust Belt pulls together a distinct variety of voices from people who call the region home. Voices that emerge from familiar Rust Belt cities-- Detroit, Cleveland, Flint, and Buffalo, among others -- and observe, with grace and sensitivity, the changing economic and cultural realities for generations of Americans. The anthology is a collection of the best non-fiction essays published in Belt Magazine, a critically-acclaimed regional magazine, and has been artfully put together by publisher and founder Anne Trubek" --
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Provided by Publisher
Cataloging source
LBSOR/DLC
Dewey number
977/.034
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1966-
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Trubek, Anne
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Middle West
  • Middle West
  • Economic history
  • Social conditions
  • Middle West
Label
Voices from the Rust Belt, edited and with an introduction by Anne Trubek
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Moundsville
  • David Faulk
  • North Park, with and without hate
  • Jeff Z. Klein
  • Love and survival: a Flint romance
  • Layla Meillier
  • A middle-aged student's guide to social work
  • Dave Newman
  • Fresh to death
  • Eric Woodyard
  • Introduction: why the Rust Belt matters (and what it is)
  • Rust belt heroin chic
  • Ben Gwin
  • Will blacks rise or be forgotten in the new Buffalo?
  • Henry Louis Taylor Jr
  • Can Detroit save white people?
  • Aaron Foley
  • Cleveland's little Iraq
  • Huda al-Marashi
  • A night at the Golden Lion Lounge
  • John Lloyd Clayton
  • Anne Trubek
  • Family bones
  • Ryan Schnurr
  • The fauxtopias of Detroit's suburbs
  • James D. Griffioen
  • Pretty things to hang on the wall
  • Eric Anderson
  • King Coal and the West Virginia Mine Wars Museum
  • Carolyne Whelan
  • Seed or weed: on the evolution of Chicago's Bloomingdale trail
  • Martha Bayne
  • A girl's Youngstown
  • This is a place
  • Kathryn M. Flinn
  • That better place; or, the problem with mobility
  • G. M. Donley
  • Losing Lakewood
  • Sally Errico
  • Notes from the expatriate underground
  • Margaret Sullivan
  • Confessions of a Rust Belt orphan; or, how I learned to stop worrying and love Akron
  • Jason Segedy
  • Jacqueline Marino
  • Bathtime
  • Connor Coyne
  • The kidnapped children of Detroit
  • Marsha Music
  • Busing, a white girl's tale
  • Amanda Shaffer
Control code
ocn981957015
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
First edition.
Extent
vi, 245 pages
Isbn
9781250162977
Lccn
2017040889
System control number
(OCoLC)981957015
Label
Voices from the Rust Belt, edited and with an introduction by Anne Trubek
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Moundsville
  • David Faulk
  • North Park, with and without hate
  • Jeff Z. Klein
  • Love and survival: a Flint romance
  • Layla Meillier
  • A middle-aged student's guide to social work
  • Dave Newman
  • Fresh to death
  • Eric Woodyard
  • Introduction: why the Rust Belt matters (and what it is)
  • Rust belt heroin chic
  • Ben Gwin
  • Will blacks rise or be forgotten in the new Buffalo?
  • Henry Louis Taylor Jr
  • Can Detroit save white people?
  • Aaron Foley
  • Cleveland's little Iraq
  • Huda al-Marashi
  • A night at the Golden Lion Lounge
  • John Lloyd Clayton
  • Anne Trubek
  • Family bones
  • Ryan Schnurr
  • The fauxtopias of Detroit's suburbs
  • James D. Griffioen
  • Pretty things to hang on the wall
  • Eric Anderson
  • King Coal and the West Virginia Mine Wars Museum
  • Carolyne Whelan
  • Seed or weed: on the evolution of Chicago's Bloomingdale trail
  • Martha Bayne
  • A girl's Youngstown
  • This is a place
  • Kathryn M. Flinn
  • That better place; or, the problem with mobility
  • G. M. Donley
  • Losing Lakewood
  • Sally Errico
  • Notes from the expatriate underground
  • Margaret Sullivan
  • Confessions of a Rust Belt orphan; or, how I learned to stop worrying and love Akron
  • Jason Segedy
  • Jacqueline Marino
  • Bathtime
  • Connor Coyne
  • The kidnapped children of Detroit
  • Marsha Music
  • Busing, a white girl's tale
  • Amanda Shaffer
Control code
ocn981957015
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
First edition.
Extent
vi, 245 pages
Isbn
9781250162977
Lccn
2017040889
System control number
(OCoLC)981957015

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