Month: March 2011

  • Author Profile: Daniel Shapiro on translating Cipango

    Daniel Shapiro is the translator of Cipango, published by Bucknell University Press in 2010.  The book has received outstanding exposure, including a starred review in Library Journal, a review by translator Edith Grossman in The American Poetry Review, and additional coverage in publications including Hispamérica, The Quarterly Conversation, and World Literature Today. Shapiro is Director […]

  • Author Profile: Joan L. Brown on Confronting Our Canons

    What is a canon and why does it matter?  Author Joan L. Brown, Elias Ahuja Professor of Spanish at the University of Delaware, attempts to answer these complex and loaded questions in her recent book Confronting Our Canons: Spanish and Latin American Studies in the 21st Century, published in 2010 by Bucknell University Press. Brown’s […]