2021 MLA Bibliography Fellows

The Modern Language Association congratulates the 2021 MLA Bibliography fellows who will serve from 2021 to 2024. The MLA International Bibliography staff members work with approximately one hundred field bibliographers, from all parts of the world, who cover subject areas, journals, and languages that cannot be indexed in the New York office. Each spring, five to ten fellowships are awarded to field bibliographers who, on completion of their fellowships, receive a stipend of $500 and a certificate during the awards ceremony at the MLA convention. For more information on bibliography fellowships, please visit the MLA website or contact Chriselle Tidrick at ctidrick@mla.org.

Congratulations to the following:

  • Stacey Amo, senior lecturer, University of Wisconsin, Superior
  • Luciana Cordo Russo, Alexander von Humboldt postdoctoral researcher, University of Marburg
  • Srigowri Kumar, adjunct instructor, Fordham University, Bronx
  • Andrea Malone, librarian, University of Houston
  • Bradley McIlwain, rare books cataloger, Lakehead University
  • Brendan Nieubuurt, librarian for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
  • Sílvia A. Oliveira, associate professor of Portuguese and director, Institute for Portuguese and Lusophone World Studies, Rhode Island College
  • Haniyeh B. Pasandi, assistant professor of French and francophone civilizations, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
  • Ana I. Simón Alegre, assistant professor, Adelphi University
  • Paul Videsott, full professor, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano