The loss of the Museo Nacional de Brasil (National Museum of Brazil) is simply devastating. As The New York Times noted "some items in the collection are irreplaceable to science, as well as the country’s national memory." Long before the tragic fire, Mariza de Carvalho Soares, a Brazilian historian and researcher at the CNPq/MCT (Brazilian… Continue reading #lutopelomuseunacional: The Museo Nacional de Brasil and how it preserved African Heritage and Memories of Slavery in Brazil
Congratulations to Dr Christine Regan on the outstanding review of her book The Rimbaud of Leeds: The Political Character of Tony Harrison’s Poetry by the journal English - Journal of the English Association. The journal review commends the book for being: Meticulously researched ... an unusually astute and impressively well informed guide to the poetry.… Continue reading Cambria Press Publication Review: The Rimbaud of Leeds
Cambria Press is pleased to announce a new publication The Fiction of Thea Astley by Susan Sheridan. This book is in the Cambria Australian Literature Series, headed by Dr. Susan Lever. This book will be launched at the upcoming 2016 Association for the Study of Australian Literature conference hosted by UNSW Canberra at ADFA. The following are excerpts… Continue reading Cambria Press New Publication: The Fiction of Thea Astley
Cambria Press congratulates Antonio Olliz Boyd on another great review of his book The Latin American Identity and the African Diaspora: Ethnogenesis in Context by the journal New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, which praises the book because the author "offers a new way to approach critical race theory.And he takes a great leap forward… Continue reading Cambria Press Book Review: The Latin American Identity and the African Diaspora is “a necessary text for all institutional libraries” and “”a valuable addition to the personal library of any scholar”
Cambria Press author Dr. Eugene Arva will be presenting at the Trauma: Theory and Practice Conference in Lisbon, which begins tomorrow! Dr. Arva's book The Traumatic Imagination: Histories of Violence in Magical Realist Fiction, which was published in 2011, has been praised by Professor Wendy B. Faris (University of Texas at Arlington) commending the work because… Continue reading Trauma Scholars: Cambria Press author Eugene Arva will be presenting at the Trauma: Theory and Practice Conference in Lisbon!
Cambria Press congratulates Dr. Eugene Arva on the recent outstanding review by Transnational Literature of his book, The Traumatic Imagination: Histories of Violence in Magical Realist Fiction. The journal commends the work because it shows that “Arva’s knowledge is extensive and comprehensive” and he “introduces innovative concepts of his own while remaining faithful to their… Continue reading Excellent Journal Review for The Traumatic Imagination: Histories of Violence in Magical Realist Fiction