Tagged: translation

Alumni Profiles: Doug Herman

(Core ’06, CAS ’08) Years at Boston University: from 2004-2008 (double major in Linguistics and Classics, minor in French). Current location: Strasbourg, France. Company and Title: Freeman Financial Translation.   Recent activities: Doug writes: I work at a small, client-focused language services firm specialising in corporate communications. My main duties there involve translation, document review and project […]

Interview: Stuart Kendall On His New Gilgamesh Translation

  Relating to CC101′s study of the Epic of Gilgamesh is an interview by Biblioklept with Stuart Kendall, a former Core professor whose latest translation is a telling of Gilgamesh that casts the ancient epic poem in modernist poetry. Here is a sample from the interview: Biblioklept: Why Gilgamesh? Stuart Kendall: Gilgamesh is the oldest extended tale that […]

The 2013 Robert Fitzgerald Translation Prize

The Department of Modern Languages and Comparative Literature and the Creative Writing Program announce The 2013 ROBERT FITZGERALD TRANSLATION PRIZE First Prize: $250 Second Prize: $100 Please submit: 3 copies of the selection in the original language 3 copies of the translation in typed manuscript, double-spaced, including the title, author, and language of the original (do not […]

The 2013 Shmuel Traum Prize In Literary Translation

The Department of Modern Languages and Comparative Literature and the Creative Writing Program announce The 2013 SHMUEL TRAUM PRIZE IN LITERARY TRANSLATION for works in poetry, fiction or drama translated into English from French, German, or Hebrew Grand Prize: $200 Please submit: 2 copies of typed manuscript, indicating title and author and specifying language of the original; do […]