Kathryn Vomero Santos is a doctoral candidate in English and American Literature at New York University. Her research and teaching interests include early modern English and Spanish literature, translation studies, drama, performance studies, the history of the book, and material culture. She is the co-editor of a volume in the MHRA Tudor and Stuart Translation Series entitled Arthur Golding's A Morall Fabletalke and Other Renaissance Moral Fables and the author of a forthcoming article in Shakespeare and Immigration (Ashgate, 2012). She has taught courses in Shakespeare, early modern drama, and British literature at NYU and is the recipient of the Mellon Dissertation Fellowship in English, the Richardson Fellowship for Dramatic Literature, the Mellon Translation Studies Summer Fellowship, and the NYU Global Research Initiative Fellowship in London. She is currently completing her dissertation, "Staging Translation in Early Modern English Drama," which examines the ways in which English playwrights of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries dramatized the processes of translation that shaped early modern exchanges across languages and cultures.