2024 Gnarra Family Fellowship in Comparative Literature

Each year, the Program in Comparative Literature awards the Gnarra Family Fellowship in Comparative Literature to one or more doctoral candidates in Comparative Literature at Rutgers who are "preparing a dissertation that involves translating a literary work [or literary materials] into English." The Gnarra Family Fellowship awards to a doctoral candidate $1,000 and wide recognition of the merit of their work in translation studies. The award is made possible by the abiding generosity of alumna Dr. Irene E. Gnarra. 

This year, the Program in Comparative Literature is pleased to announce Milan Reynolds as the 2024 recipient of the Gnarra Family Fellowship in Comparative Literature. The faculty committee recognizes the fundamental contributions that translations from both Italian and Spanish make to Milan's  innovative dissertation project "Decomposing the Voice: Tape Poetics and the Biopolitics of Listening"; the remarkable integrity, skill, and beauty of Milan's translations; and honors the sure and exciting contributions his scholarship will make both to Translation Studies and literary studies more broadly.  

2024 Gnarra Family Fellowship in Comparative Literature

Each year, the Program in Comparative Literature awards the Gnarra Family Fellowship in Comparative Literature to one or more doctoral candidates in Comparative Literature at Rutgers who are "preparing a dissertation that involves translating a literary work [or literary materials] into English." The Gnarra Family Fellowship awards to a doctoral candidate $1,000 and wide recognition of the merit of their work in translation studies. The award is made possible by the abiding generosity of alumna Dr. Irene E. Gnarra. 

This year, the Program in Comparative Literature is pleased to announce Milan Reynolds as the 2024 recipient of the Gnarra Family Fellowship in Comparative Literature. The faculty committee recognizes the fundamental contributions that translations from both Italian and Spanish make to Milan's  innovative dissertation project "Decomposing the Voice: Tape Poetics and the Biopolitics of Listening"; the remarkable integrity, skill, and beauty of Milan's translations; and honors the sure and exciting contributions his scholarship will make both to Translation Studies and literary studies more broadly.