Seven students who took the Fall 2006 course Literary Translation: Theory and Practice, from Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures Steven White have had their work published in the most recent issue of Cadernos de Tradução,
from the Federal University of Santa Catarina in Florianópolis, Brazil.
Translations by Dana Bisbee '07 ("Maria Tymoczko and Edwin Gentzler. Translation and Power"), Nyssa Knarvik '07 ("Lynne Bowker. Computer-Aided Translation Technology: A Practical Introduction"), Jake Warner '07 ("John Sallis. On Translation"), Megan Groves '07 ("Efrain Kristal. Invisible Work: Borges and Translation"), Kelly Goonan '07 ("Susan Petrilli (ed.). Translation Translation"), Megan Bosch '07 ("Paula Burnett. The EmLit Project: European Minority Literatures in Translation") and Jesús Ruiz '08 ("Douglas Robinson. Becoming A Translator: An Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Translation") all appear in No. 19 of the specialized translation journal.
Work by many of White's former students, all accomplished in classes and
workshops he teaches, has appeared in previous editions of the journal.
More information: Spanish Writing Center at St. Lawrence
Research by students in Caribbean and Latin American Studies
Posted: January 10, 2008