2022 CLACS Faculty Fellows

CLACS is pleased to announce the recently selected 2022 CLACS Faculty Fellows, who will be focusing their projects on this year’s theme, Stories, Voices and Perspectives. Stories further expression, connect individuals and communities, educate others, reflect, and inspire social, political, and economic change.

Amy Olen (Assistant Professor, Translation & Interpreting Studies), Spanish to English translation project of Peruvian author Edgardo Rivera Martínez’s short fiction

Ermitte Saint Jacques (Assistant Professor, African and African Diaspora Studies), Stories of Belonging: Naturalized Second-Generation Haitians in the Bahamas

Erin Winkler (Associate Professor, African and African Diaspora Studies), Exploring the experiences and understandings of race and place through the voices and artwork of children experiencing homelessness in the Bronx, New York