Regional Fellows

  • Candace Barrington

    Professor of English, Central Connecticut State University

    Project: Global Chaucers: Interpreting The Canterbury Tales through Non-Anglophone Translations

    Candace Barrington, Professor of English at Central Connecticut State University, pursues two research interests. One concerns legal and literary discourse in medieval England, which has led to several articles and... (more)

  • André M. Carrington

    Assistant Professor of African American Literature, Department of English and Philosophy, Drexel University

    Project: Audiofuturism: The Alchemy of Race in Radio Drama

    André Carrington is Assistant Professor of English at Drexel University. His research explores the politics of race, gender, and genre in Black and American cultural production. His first book, Speculative Blackness... (more)

  • Laura Kunreuther

    Associate Professor and Director of Anthropology, Bard College

    Project: Translating Voice: UN Field Interpreters, Translatability, and Ideologies of Transparency

    Laura Kunreuther's current research focuses on sound, listening, and political subjectivity, specifically the use of sound for political and artistic protest, and the role of interpreters deployed in field missions... (more)

  • Damien Stankiewicz

    Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Temple University

    Project: Micro Practices and Macro Politics

    Damien's research examines ongoing mutations of national and trans-national identity in Western Europe, and especially France and Germany. As a visual anthropologist and anthropologist of media, his research focuses... (more)