Looking for German-speaking interviewees on the history of literature translation
Thread poster: -Stephanie-

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Dec 24, 2013

Hello everyone,

I hope this is the right forum to post this.

I am a student of Applied Linguistics and for one of my courses I need to interview about two to three people who could tell me something about the (recent) history of the translation of German books into Dutch. The ideal person would be someone who has been translating German books into Dutch for a while, that's why I'm posting this request on Proz.
Since it is for a German course, the interviews have to be done in German. I myself am from Belgium (Flanders), so someone living nearby would be ideal. Having the interview through Skype is also a possibility. It will only take about twenty minutes.
If you're interested, feel free to message me here on Proz.
Thanks in advance!

Best regards,


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Hello Stephanie Dec 26, 2013

Nice to have you here!

Have you posted in the German language forum? You might have more luck finding GNS there.

All the best!



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Thank you! Dec 27, 2013

Hi NancyLynn

I hadn't yet, but that's a good idea. Thank you!


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