Michael J. Price Lab for Digital Humanities

Andrew W. Mellon Fellows at Price Lab for Digital Humanities

Florian Breitkopf

Doctoral Candidate, German

Florian Breitkopf is a fifth-year PhD student. Before coming to Penn, he studied Germanistik and Philosophy in Göttingen, at the University of Edinburgh, at Washington University in St. Louis, and...

Brent Cebul

Assistant Professor of History

Brent Cebul is Assistant Professor of History. His scholarship sits at the intersection of urban and political history with topical interests in federalism, inequality, and political and economic...

Emily Hammer

Assistant Professor, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations

Emily Hammer is an archaeologist and Assistant Professor in the Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations Department. Her research applies spatial analyses to material culture to investigate the...

Caludia Lynn

Language Program Coordinator; Lecturer in Foreign Languages

Claudia Baska Lynn is Language Program Coordinator and Lecturer of Foreign Languages. She received her M.A. in Germanic Languages and Literatures from the University of Pennsylvania in 1996. She...

Carol Muller

Professor of Music

Carol Muller is a South African born Professor of Music.  She has published widely on South African music: on religious music, gender issues, South African jazz at home and in exile; since being...

Julie Napolin

English

Julie Beth Napolin is a scholar, musician, and radio producer (KALW’s “Philosophy Talk”). She is former Associate Director of The Digital Yoknapatawpha Project, a trustee of the Joseph...

Mélanie Péron

Senior Lecturer, French and Francophone Studies

Mélanie Péron is a Senior Lecturer in Foreign Language in the department of Romance Languages. She teaches both French History and Culture courses. In Fall 2016, she created the course « Paris...

Lisa Poggiali

Anthropology

Lisa Poggiali is a socio-cultural anthropologist whose research explores how visual technologies are marshaled to make political claims about peoples and territories, especially in colonial and...

Patricia Posey

Doctoral Candidate, Political Science

Patricia Posey is a PhD candidate at the University of Pennsylvania where she specializes in American Politics and is a prestigious Fontaine Fellow. She has been recognized as an American...

Sibel Sayılı-Hurley

Lecturer, Germanic Languages and Literatures

Sibel Sayılı-Hurley is Lecturer in Germanic Languages and Literatures at the University of Pennsylvania. She earned her MA and PhD in Comparative Literature at Purdue University with a focus on...

Adam Smith

Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages and Civilizations; Curator, Penn Museum Asian Section

Adam Smith’s research concerns the emergence and evolution of the Chinese writing system during the late second and first millennia BCE, as well as the early literate activities with which it was...

Ramya Sreenivasan

Associate Professor and Department Chair, South Asia Studies

Ramya Sreenivasan is an associate professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania, and teaches courses in the departmetns of History, Religious Studies, and South Asia Studies- of which she...

Krystal Strong

Assistant Professor in the Education, Culture, and Society Program; Africana Studies

Dr. Strong is an assistant professor in the Education, Culture, and Society program, a member of the graduate group in Anthropology, and a faculty affiliate of Africana Studies. She holds a Ph.D....

Orchid Tierney

Doctoral Candidate, English

A doctoral candidate in the English Department at the University of Pennsylvania, Orchid Tierney researches landfills and their relationships to contemporary poetry, poetics, and media. Her...

Steve Tinney

Clark Research Associate Professor of Assyriology
Associate Curator of the Babylonian Section, Penn Museum

Stephen J. Tinney is Clark Research Associate Professor of Assyriology, Associate Curator of the Babylonian Section of the Penn Museum and director of the Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary Project...

Naomi Waltham-Smith

Assistant Professor of Music

A graduate of Selwyn College, Cambridge and King’s College London, Naomi Waltham-Smith is interested in digital soundmapping of urban precarity and exclusion and in 2019–2020 she will be a fellow...