Scott T. Starbuck’s book of climate change poems, Hawk on Wire, was selected from over 1,500 entries as a Montaigne Medal Finalist at Eric Hoffer Awards for “the most thought-provoking books.” The book, written at a PLAYA climate change residency, was also a July 2017 “Editor’s Pick” at Newpages.com along with The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury, and was featured at Yale Climate Connections. There is a 24-minute YouTube of his book launch sponsored by La Jolla Historical Society’s WEATHER ON STEROIDS EXHIBIT. In addition to being a poet, ...
SES-Japan The 32nd Ecocriticism Studies Conference (2019)
Date and Time: August 10 (Saturday), 2019, 9:50 – 17:20
Venue: Satellite Campus Hiroshima（Hiroshima Prefectural Citizen’s Culture Center, 5th floor） http://www.pu-hiroshima.ac.jp/site/satellite/accessmap.html
The program for the upcoming Ecocriticism Studies Conference organized by SES-Japan has been released: SES-J 2019 English Summer Program
Contact: The Office of SES-Japan (The Society for Ecocriticism Studies in Japan) email@example.com
UofT instructor and writer Nina Munteanu launches third book in her writing series. The launch of “The Ecology of Story: World as Character” at Type Books (Junction) in Toronto celebrates writing and place through readings, songs and talks by local writers, poets and singers. July 4th 6:30-8 pm. Refreshments included.
July 4th, 2019
Date And Time Thu, 4 July 2019 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
Location Type Books 2887 Dundas Street West Toronto, ON M6P 1Y9 Canada
ASLE member Susan Scott Parish, has received honorable mention for the Modern Language Association’s James Russell Lowell award for her work The Flood Year 1927: A Cultural History.
The James Russell Lowell Prize is one of eighteen awards presented on 5 January 2019, during the association’s annual convention,in Chicago. The selection committee members were Laura Schaefer Brown (Cornell Univ.), chair; Jay Clayton (Vanderbilt Univ.); Rita Felski (Univ. of Virginia); Sangeeta Ray (Univ. of Maryland, College Park); and Michael Rothberg (Univ. of California, Los Angeles).
by Joni Adamson, Arizona State University
SUSAN BERRY BRILL DE RAMIREZ passed away on Monday, October 30, 2018. She was born on April 25, 1955, in Englewood, New Jersey, the daughter of Dorothy Ann Retallack Brill and Dr. Robert M. Brill. She attended the University of Wisconsin (BA, English), University of Chicago (MA, English), University of Wisconsin (MBA, Management), and University of New Mexico (PhD, Literary Criticism and Theory).
Those who knew her will fondly remember meeting her at Western Literature (WLA), Association for the ...
The 4thForum on Chinese Leisure Philosophy and Soma-esthetics Opened in Jiangxi Province
The 4th Forum on Leisure Philosophy and Soma-esthetics was held In Bailudong (White Deer Cave) Academy in Jiujiang, Jiangxi Province on July 23-25, 2018. This conference was co-sponsored by Asian-Pacific Leisure Education Research Center of Zhejiang University, Soma-esthetics Research Institute of Shenzhen University, School of Literature and Media of Jiujiang College and Central-China Leisure Culture Research Center of Hubei Polytechnic College. Over 40 Participants attended the conference, among whom are prominent Chinese ...
The 31st Ecocriticism Studies Conference of the Society for Ecocriticism Studies in Japan (SES-J), an ASLE Professional Affiliate, was held August 11 2018. The conference took place at Ehime University in Matsuyama, Japan. Shoko Itoh, ASLE Honorary Member and President of SES-J, gave the opening remarks for the day of presentations, workshops and meetings.
See the full conference program: 2018 SES-J Program
The Elemental Journey of Purposeful Memoir: A Writer’s Companion, by Jennifer Browdy, has been selected as a Nautilus Silver Award winner for 2017. The book, which offers prompts and guidance in the creative process of memoir writing, is also the basis for Jennifer’s online course in purposeful memoir.
Jennifer, a professor of comparative literature and media studies at Bard College at Simon’s Rock, is also the author of an environmental memoir, What I Forgot…And Why I Remembered, which was one of six ...
JoeAnn Hart is honored to be taking part in the International Literature Festival Berlin 2017 which takes place at the Haus der Berliner Festspiele in Berlin, Germany from September 6th through the 16, 2017. On Monday, September 11th at 6 p.m. JoeAnn will be presenting her novel Float, followed by a discussion of the work.
Later the same evening, at 7:30 p.m., as part of Science Year 2016/17, which this year centers around Seas and Oceans, JoeAnn will participate in “Reading the Currents. Shifting ...
Nat Hart was a longtime ASLE member, and he will be greatly missed by our community.
Obituary from the Morris Sun Tribune:
Nathaniel Hart, professor emeritus and early faculty member at the University of Minnesota, Morris died peacefully on January 16 at West Wind Village, Morris, Minnesota. Born March 4, 1930, he was 86.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, to David and Ruth Hart, Nathaniel centered his life on his love of English literature and in service to the principles of the academy. In 1952, he ...