Fellows will have an extended stay at Quarry Farm where they will work on academic and creative projects
Last week The Journal of Transnational American Studies published a Special Forum on Global Huck: Mapping the Cultural Work of Translations of Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. The forum features ten essays and two bibliographic appendixes exploring the translation and reception of Twain’s novel is a wide range of cultural contexts. The Center For Mark Twain Studies is excited to share an excerpt from the editorial introduction to the […]
Inspired by Joel Coen’s description of Mark Twain’s influence on The Big Lebowski, Dwayne Eutsey catalogs some Twain’s appearances in 20th century cinema.
Mark Twain’s octagonal study is one of the most important literary landmarks in the United States
Post includes a gallery of past art contest winners
Larry Howe, editor of STUDIES IN AMERICAN HUMOR, writes about the most recent issue
The current MTJ focuses on one of Twain’s most popular short stories, Twain in Italy, and other topics related to the author
This grant will fund a Historic Landscape Report of Quarry Farm
The Mark Twain Circle of America has announced its lectures at the 2022 MLA conference, scheduled for January 6-9, in Washington, D.C. “Mark Twain: Emerging and Diverging Approaches” Joseph Darda, “A Connecticut Yankee on King Arthur’s Diamond: Mark Twain, Baseball, and the Making of a White Reunion” Avery Blankenship, “Twain in Circulation: The Reprinting of Mark Twain in Nineteenth-Century Newspapers” Hsuan Hsu, “Twain’s Olfactory Gags” About the Mark Twain Circle of America […]
Christopher J. Gilbert (Assumption University) talks about his new book available from Penn State University Press.