Lindsay Griffiths Brown

Doctoral Candidate
Department of African American Studies & Department of English

Lindsay Griffiths Brown is Assistant Professor of English at Lafayette College. As of May 2024, she has earned her PhD in English from Princeton University with a graduate certificate in African American Studies. She previously received her B.A. in English and Spanish Translation at Hunter College and her Masters in English at Princeton University. She is an interdisciplinary scholar of Black diasporic literatures, as well as theories and practices of translation. Griffiths Brown is also the translator of several works, including Mercedes Cebrián’s Burp: Adventures in Eating and Cooking (2018), and co-translator (with Adrián Izquierdo) of the short story collection No One Really Knows Why People Shout (2023) by Mario Michelena.