Four members of the Class of 2003 have had book reviews published
in Cadernos da Tradução, a journal from the Federal University
of Santa Catarina in Brazil that specializes in literary translation.
The reviews were written while all four were students in Professor of
Modern Languages and Literatures Steven
White's class Spanish 345, Literary Translation: Theory and Practice.
Many former students of White's have had works published in past issues
of the journal.
Included in Number 12 of the journal are reviews by Christina S. Morrow '03,
of Cambridge, Massachusetts (Translating for Children by Riita Oittinen);
Christina B. Shaver '03, of Ogdensburg, New York (Translating into Success:
Strategies for Going Multilingual in a Global Age by Robert C. Sprung, ed.);
Ivelina Velikova '03, of Astoria, New York (Introducing Translation Studies:
Theories and Applications by Jeremy Munday) and Julia Morris '03, of Cambridge,
Ontario, Canada (Negotiating the Frontier: Translators and Intercultures in
Hispanic History by Anthony Pym).
Posted: June 10, 2005