These literary finds will open your imagination
With the power to transport a reader to other places, times and dimensions, there's nothing like a good book.
The vastness of outer space has always sparked a sense of wonder in many people and has led some to dedicate their entire lives to understanding what makes our universe work.
From ecological, historical and anthropological perspectives, the Everglades has sparked the literary imaginations of a range of writers looking to bring this tropical preserve to life for readers everywhere.
These cross-cultural reads to connect with those who mean the most to you, regardless of age or where they may be and no matter how you celebrate the holidays.
As the global pandemic continues to wind its course, taking refuge between the pages of a book might be one of the best ways to cope with an overwhelming amount of information and uncertainty.
FIU’s Center for Humanities in an Urban Environment hosted a public zoom discussion of Priscilla Wald’s book: “Contagious: Cultures, Carriers and the Outbreak Narrative.”