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Translation Studies   Tags: literature, translation  

This guide is the gateway to books, journal articles, and web resources for research in the field of Translation Studies
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Index Translationum: World Bibliography of Translation

By publishing this list, to serve as a reference work, UNESCO provides the general public with an irreplaceable tool for making bibliographical inventories of translations on a worldwide scale.  The Index Translationum is a list of books translated in the world, i.e. an international bibliography of translations and was created in 1932. 

The database contains cumulative bibliographical information on books translated and published in about one hundred of the UNESCO Member States since 1979 and totals more than 2.000.000 entries in all disciplines: literature, social and human sciences, natural and exact sciences, art, history and so forth.

PEN American Center

The PEN Translation Committee has an ongoing commitment to promoting the recognition of American translators through public forums, awards, and the annual World in Translation Month celebration each May. The Committee also works to uphold the rights of translators by appealing on behalf of those who are censored or persecuted, and through the initiatives of the Watchdog Subcommittee, which monitors the publishing industry and media to ensure that translators are given full and public credit for their work.

International Children's Digital Library

The ICDL Foundation's goal is to build a collection of books that represents outstanding historical and contemporary books from throughout the world.  Ultimately, the Foundation aspires to have every culture and language represented so that every child can know and appreciate the riches of children's literature from the world community.

Help the ICDL in their mission by becoming a volunteer translator: TRANSLATE!

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American Literary Translators Association (ALTA)

The American Literary Translators Association (ALTA), co-founded by Rainer Schulte and A.Leslie Willson in 1978 at The University of Texas at Dallas, bridges cultural communication and understanding among countries and languages through the art and craft of literary translation. ALTA is the only organization in the United States dedicated solely to literary translation.

ALTA promotes literary translation through the publication of Translation Review, Annotated Books Received, the ALTA Guides to Literary Translation, the ALTA Newsletter, and through an annual conference.

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