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 Volume 7, No. 1 
January 2003

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about Translators and Translation
ISSN 1536-7207



In This Issue

  From the Editor
Give Credit Where Credit Is Due

Index 1997-2003

  Translator Profiles
How Not to Become a Translator
by Per Dohler

  The Profession
The Bottom Line
by Fire Ant & Worker Bee
It's a Small World
by Steve Vlasta Vitek
Translation: A Market in Crisis?
by Danilo Nogueira

Translators Around the World
Análisis de la demanda de traducción en un organismo público en las islas Baleares—El caso de la Dirección General de Economía
Lluch i Dubon, Ferran y Belmonte Juan, Roser
In Memoriam
Harvie Jordan, 1943-2002
by Patricia Bobeck
David Orpin, 1946-2002
by Geoffrey Pearl

  Literary Translation
Language Ambiguity: A Curse and a Blessing
by Cecilia Quiroga-Clare
Translation of Literary Style
by Song Xiaoshu, Cheng Dongming

  Translator Education
Translator Training & the Real World: Concrete Suggestions for Bridging the Gap — Part 1
Translator Training & the Real World: Concrete Suggestions for Bridging the Gap — Part 2

  Arts & Entertainment
Translation in a Confined Space—Film Sub-titling—Part 2
by Barbara Schwarz

  Caught in the Web
Web Surfing for Fun and Profit
by Cathy Flick, Ph.D.
Translators’ On-Line Resources
by Gabe Bokor

  Translators’ Tools
Close Windows. Open Doors
by Marc Prior
Translators’ Emporium

Translators’ Job Market

Letters to the Editor

Translators’ Events

Call for Papers and Editorial Policies

Books for Review

The editor has received several books to be reviewed by qualified reviewers:

  • François Poullain de la Barre: Three Cartesian Feminist Treatises. Translated from French by Vivien Bosley,
  • Translation and Information Technology. Articles, edited by Chan Sin-wai, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, publishers,
  • Against Marriage, Correspondence of Anne-Marie-Louise d'Orléans, Duchesse de Montpensier, translated from French by Joan DeJean.
At this time, we don't have the originals of the two French books, but may be able to get them from the publisher. Those interested in reviewing any of these books or for more information, please send an e-mail detailing your credentials.