Fall edition of SlavFile is out
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Oct 4, 2010

The Fall edition of SlavFile, the quarterly newsletter of the ATA Slavic Languages Division, is now out and available to all, without charge, at:

It is primarily in English, and many articles are intended to be accessible to those who do not read Russian or another Slavic language.

The posting of the Summer issue had some technical problems which are now solved, and that is also available at the above link.

Included in the two issues: information about the upcoming ATA conference; film, book, and dictionary reviews; idioms, cultural nuances, and other interesting linguistic aspects of Russian-English-Russian translation; Internet privacy for translators; "Going Through Purgatory"--the quest to obtain translation rights.

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