MLA Members Awarded ACLS Collaborative Research Fellowships

The Modern Language Association congratulates the four MLA members who were awarded American Council of Learned Societies Collaborative Research Fellowships in 2018. Their various projects include a coauthored book on Transylvania’s geopolitics and a Web site and art exhibition on how power and privilege influence data science and visualization.

Anca Parvulescu, Washington University in St. Louis
Project title: Comparatizing Transylvania: Rurality, Inter-Imperiality, and the Global Modernist Market

Lauren Klein, Georgia Institute of Technology
Project title: Data Feminism

Lisa Voigt, Ohio State University, Columbus
Project title: The Epistemology of the Copy in Early Modern Travel Narratives

Stephanie LeMenager, University of Oregon
Project title: To Speak of Common Places: A People’s History of Oregon’s Public Lands