- General Networking
- Monthly Meeting
- Professional Development
- November Member Meeting: Inclusive Language: How Does It Fit Into Translation?
Date(s) - 11 / 24 Tuesday / 2020
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Larry Bogoslaw is part of a hereditary line of language nerds. After studying Latin, Spanish, and German, he earned an M.A. in Italian (University of Connecticut) and a Ph.D. in Slavic Languages and Literatures (University of Michigan). Larry directs the Minnesota Translation Laboratory, a community language service he co-founded in 1996, and also heads East View Press, an independent academic publisher. Larry has taught Russian and translation courses at various colleges and universities in the Twin Cities, and currently serves as Grader Trainer for the ATA Certification Program. For fun, he likes translating poetry and songs.
All non-members who would like to attend this meeting must pay $10 (for this talk only) or $15 (to join the NYCT for the remainder of 2020). You must type in your payment confirmation number in the registration form before you can submit your registration.
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or as soon as the maximum capacity is reached.
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