Penn Faculty Fellows

  • Ann Farnsworth-Alvear

    Associate Professor of History, University of Pennsylvania

    Project: Translating Ethical Practices to Unethical Contexts: Intractable Conflicts among IRB Guidelines, Intellectual Property Law, Translation Rights, and Class Inequalities

    Ann Farnsworth-Alvear is author of the award-winning book Dulcinea in the Factory: Myths, Morals, Men and Women in Colombia's Industrial Experiment, 1905-1960 (Duke University Press, 2000), which won the Allan... (more)

  • Beth Linker

    Associate Professor, Department of the History and Sociology of Science, University of Pennsylvania

    Project: The American Slouch: Human Posture, Visual Translation, and the Science of Inscribing the Body onto Paper

    Beth Linker is Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania in the Department of the History and Sociology of Science, where she is also Graduate Chair. She received her Ph.D. from Yale and worked as a... (more)

  • Rahul Mukherjee

    Dick Wolf Assistant Professor of Television and New Media Studies, Cinema Studies Program, Department of English, University of Pennsylvania

    Project: Radiation in Translation: Technological Mediation of Environmental Risks

    Rahul Mukherjee is the Dick Wolf Assistant Professor of Television and New Media Studies in the Cinema Studies program (Department of English) at University of Pennsylvania. His book project examines environmental... (more)

  • Sheila Murnaghan

    Alfred Reginald Allen Memorial Professor of Greek, Department of Classical Studies, University of Pennsylvania

    Project: Translating Sophocles’ Antigone in the Twenty-First Century 

    Sheila Murnaghan is a classicist specializing in ancient Greek poetry, especially epic and tragedy, gender in classical culture, and the modern reception of classical literature.  She is the author of Disguise and... (more)

  • Christine Poggi

    Professor of History of Art, University of Pennsylvania

    Project: On the Other Side: The Performance of Exile, Migration, and Labor in Contemporary Art

    Christine Poggi is Professor of modern and contemporary art and criticism in the History of Art Department at the University of Pennsylvania, with a secondary appointment in the Italian Section, Romance Languages.... (more)

  • Heather J. Sharkey

    Associate Professor of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, Department of Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations, University of Pennsylvania

    Project: Inventing Languages: British Imperialism, Translation, and the Bible Business in the Modern Middle East

    Heather J. Sharkey is an Associate Professor in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Pennsylvania. She holds degrees from Yale, Durham (UK), and Princeton. She previously... (more)