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A Brief History of Interpretation and Translation

by Daniela Schmidt “All meanings we know depend on the key of interpretation” Mary Ann Evans, a.k.a. George Eliot There is more to the skill of interpretation and translation than being bilingual. As a profession, interpretation and translation rely more…

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LIBRARIANS, THE NEW LITERARY TREASURE

At the February NCTA General Meeting, members got an inside peek into the evolving world of the modern day librarian. BY TERESA CARBAJAL RAVET I have always loved libraries. As a young immigrant I appreciated the free access to books…

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THE MAPUCHE PEOPLE TELL TALES

A tale of multiculturalism: a German researcher comes to Argentine Patagonia and records the tales of the indigenous Mapuche people. BY LIESELOTTE SCHWARZENBERG, PH.D. The long years of patient work by Bertha Koessler née Ilg in San Martin de Los…

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HOW TO DO IT OR DO IT EVEN BETTER

BOOK REVIEW BY SHARLEE MERNER BRADLEY Corinne McKay is well known to ATA members for her presentations at the annual conference, her activities in the French Division, and her online course, “Getting Started as a Freelance Translator.” In this valuable…

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