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May 2, 2022

Environmental Humanities in Latin America: Encounters between Art, Literature and Science

For this special number of Humanities journal, the first in Uruguay to address the interconnection between art, literature, and science from the perspective of the environmental humanities, we intend to cover a pending reflection in the region regarding the locus of enunciation of the environmental humanities in Latin America. For this, we invite authors to explore experimental, interdisciplinary, ecocritical, posthuman methodologies as well as materials that, crossing the borders between art and science, produce encounters between the humanities and other disciplines in situated and corporeal reflections with particular ...

Ashley Kniss: May 2022 Scholar of the Month

Christy Tidwell

ASLE’s Scholar of the Month for May 2022 is Ashley Kniss. 

Ashley Kniss is an Assistant Professor at Stevenson University in Owings Mills, Maryland. Her research interests include American Gothic literature, ecohorror, American religious history, apocalypse, and the posthuman. She currently serves as the Writing Coordinator at Stevenson University and has also taught several courses in her focus area of 19th-century American Gothic literature, including surveys on the American Gothic, Monsters in American Literature, and Ecohorror. She is currently working on her first monograph ...