September 19, 2017

Larochelle Publishes Chapter of Amazonian Poetry

Jeremy Larochelle, Associate Professor of Spanish, published a book chapter titled “The ‘Brevity of the Planet':  Environmental Loss in Recent Poetry by Contemporary Amazonian Writers,” in Ecological Crisis and Cultural Representation in Latin America: Ecocritical Perspectives on Art, film, and Literature (Lexington Books).  In addition he also recently published translations of two poems by poets from the Peruvian Amazon, Ana Varela Tafur and Percy Vílchez Vela, in the new edition of the Ayahuasca reader: Encounters with the Amazon’s Sacred Vine (Synergetic Press).

Larochelle Publishes Book Chapter on U.S. Latino Poet

Jeremy Larochelle, Associate Professor of Spanish, published a book chapter entitled “From the Inner City to the Cotton Fields: Living and Working Conditions in Martín Espada’s Poetry” in Acknowledged Legislator: Critical Essays on the Poetry of Martín Espada (Fairleigh Dickinson University Press). 

Jeremy Larochelle Publishes Article in Latest Issue of Hispania

Dr. Jeremy Larochelle, Associate Professor of Spanish, published an article entitled “A City on the Brink of Apocalypse: Mexico City’s Urban Ecology in Works by Vicente Leñero and Homero Aridjis” in the December 2013 issue of Hispania.