Ask the ASU Author Interview: Lori Eshleman

This montlorih’s installment of “Ask the ASU Author” introduces us to the work of Lori Eshleman, who is currently an instructor of Interdisciplinary Humanities and Communication for ASU’s College of Letters and Sciences at the Polytechnic campus. Eshleman’s novel, “Pachacuti: World Overturned,” began during her travels in South America, and the work has taken a circuitous path to publication.  Read her interview with ASU Magazine.

Event: Lori Eshleman Book Talk

PachacutiPlease join us for a book talk by Lori Eshleman

When: Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at 7pm

Where: Changing Hands Bookstore, Tempe, AZ

Lori Eshleman, whose historical novel set in 18th century Ecuador titled Pachacuti: World Overturned (Bagwyn Books, 2015) (An imprint of the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies) has recently been published. Lori will be giving a book talk on March 25:  “Shamans, Jesuits and Rebels: Encounters in the New World.”

Lori Eshleman has a Ph.D. in Art History from the University of Minnesota. She lives in Arizona, where she teaches at Arizona State University, and she has lived and traveled extensively in Ecuador. She has taught courses in Medieval art, Mexican art, and art of the Americas. This is her first historical novel.

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