Sherry Simon

Sherry Simon is a professor in the French Department at Concordia University, Canada.  She has published widely in the areas of literary, intercultural and translation studies, most recently exploring the cultural history of linguistically divided cities, and the multilingual cities of the former Habsburg Empire. Among her publications are Translating Montreal: Episodes in the Life of a Divided City (2006), and Cities in Translation: Intersections of Language and Memory (2012). She has edited or co-edited numerous volumes, including Translation Effects: The Shaping of Modern Canadian Culture (with K. Mezei and L. von Flotow; 2014), and Speaking Memory: How Translation Shapes City Life (2016).