Tag: translators

Celebrating female translators on International Women’s Day

Celebrating female translators on International Women’s Day female writer, translator

International Women’s Day is on 8th March, a time to appreciate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. To celebrate, we would like to recognise the contributions of three outstanding female translators who have helped to bridge linguistic and cultural divides. Constance Garnett (1861-1946) Constance Garnett was an English translator who is best […]

Translators in conflict zones: Ukraine

Translators in conflict zones: Ukraine refugee, fence, conflict

In times of crisis, interpreters and translators play a vital role in helping communication across language barriers. It can often be a dangerous and emotionally challenging role that can go unnoticed by the wider public, but it is one that can save lives.   With the terrible situation in Ukraine continuing, we wanted to share […]

5 Top Translation Podcasts

5 Top Translation Podcasts

In an industry as fast-paced and demanding as language services, podcasts can be a perfect tool for linguists to keep up with the continuous changes in translation. Lately, in our Sunday LinkedIn series #TranslatorsEssentials, we have been recommending several podcasts for translators to gain insights from experts and get informed about the latest updates. Among […]