ALTA Conference

ALTA Conference


Noah MintzNoah M. Mintz began translating at Vassar College, where he received his B.A. in Media Studies and French & Francophone Studies. During his third year there, he spent one semester living, studying, reading, and eating in France. Somewhere between Poughkeepsie and Paris, he caught the translation bug.

Eliza Rose (1)Eliza Rose grew up in Brooklyn, New York and has recently made herself at home in the foothills of northeast Los Angeles.

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Hello,

I was wondering if any lady ELTNAers would be interested in getting accommodation through Airbnb (or something similar) with me for the ALTA conference this year to save money. Please email me off-list if you're interested.

Thanks,

Christiana

The American Literary Translators Association is pleased to announce the five 2015 ALTA Travel Fellows. Each year, ALTA provides four to six $1000 fellowships to emerging translators to attend the annual ALTA conference. This year ALTA received over 140 applications for these fellowships, making this year the most competitive fellowship selection by far. This year’s winners were selected by award-winning translators Geoffrey Brock and Jennifer Croft, and editor and translator Sidney Wade.

MorseCanaan Morse is a translator, editor, and poet based in Boston. His translations of Chinese fiction and poetry have appeared in The Kenyon Review, Chinese Literature Today, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, Asymptote, and other places.

2015-08-13 18.53.14 (2)Christiana Hills is currently in her second year of the PhD program in Translation Studies at Binghamton University. She also holds a BA in French and English from Alma College in Michigan and an MA in Literary Translation (French-English) from NYU.

annegreeott_300dpi_allcorrectAnne grew up near Hood Canal and the Olympic Mountains in the Pacific Northwest.

It’s not too late to join a panel for the 2015 ALTA conference Translation & Traffic in Tucson Oct. 28-31. If you’re interested in being on one of the panels actively seeking additional participants, look at the list here and be in contact with the organizer listed below the description. The deadline for organizers to finalize panels is June 30, so make sure to write soon if you’re interested.

It’s not too late to join a panel for the 2015 ALTA conference Translation & Traffic in Tucson Oct. 28-31. If you’re interested in being on one of the panels actively seeking additional participants, look at the list here and be in contact with the organizer listed below the description. The deadline for organizers to finalize panels is June 30, so make sure to write soon if you’re interested.

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