Month: April 2023

  • Celebrating Carmen Martín Gaite with Joan L. Brown

    Spanish author Carmen Martín Gaite, Spain’s most honored contemporary woman writer, was recognized for her short novel El balneario [The Spa] with the Café Gijón Prize in 1954, won the Nadal Prize in 1957 for her second novel Entre visillos (Behind the Curtains), and earned Spain’s National Prize for Literature for her 1978 novel El […]

  • Book Discussion: Eighteenth-Century Environmental Humanities

    How can the fields of environmental humanities and eighteenth-century studies inform and vibrantly benefit one another? Join Bucknell University Press and Transits series editor Miriam Wallace as we host volume editor Jeremy Chow, assistant professor of English at Bucknell University, and contributors to the collection Eighteenth-Century Environmental Humanities, for a moderated discussion about teaching and […]