Four members of the Class of 2007 have had their work published in the most recent issue of Cadernos
from the Federal University of Santa Catarina in Florianópolis, Brazil.
David Bryant, Eloise Grout, Nicole Aronski, and Caitlyn Cimikoski all took the
course Spanish 445, Literary Translation: Theory and
Practice, with Professor of Modern
Languages and Literatures Steven White.
Issue 20 of the journal includes Bryant's review of Brian James Baer and
Geoffrey S. Koby (eds.), "Beyond the Ivory Tower: Rethinking Translation
Pedagogy"; Grout's review of "Translating Orients: Between Ideology and
Utopia," by Timothy Weiss; a review by Aronski of "Writing Through: Translations
and Variations," by Jerome Rothenburg; and Cimikoski's review of "Translation
Universals: Do they exist?," by Anna Mauranen and Pekka Kujamäki (eds.).
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: June 13, 2008