SlavFile new issue is out
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May 22, 2012

The Spring 2012 issue of SlavFile, the quarterly newsletter of the ATA Slavic Languages Division, is available at:

* Quotes from Is That a Fish in You Ear? by David Bellos;
* Reviews of ATA conference presentations on “Translating the Poems of Bulat Okudzhava” and “Translating English Phrasal Verbs into Polish”
* New RE medical dictionary compiled by Yuliya Baldwin;
* Administrator’s report
* A look at Translation Forum Russia 2011
* More Than Words column: “Out of Africa”
* “Interpreters as Interrupters”
* Павел и Маклюра
* SlavFile Lite: Not by Word Count Alone
* BritIdiom Savants
* SlavFilms: a review of the made-for-TV production of Solzhenitsyn's “In the First Circle”
* Dictionaries Worth Seeking: a review of the Russian-English Dictionary on Disarmament;
* A review of MemSouce: A New Translation Tool from the Czech Republic


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