Joshua Martin Price elucidates the fraught role of translation in Europe’s colonization of the Americas, showing it to have been a significant weapon in the imperial arsenal.
A Cow Ate Our Alphabet
Peter Constantine interviews Dimitri Hatzipemou, a fellow terminal speaker of Arvanitika, about his conservation efforts, which involve translating literature and religious texts into this endangered language of Greece.
Translation as Call and Answer
Elisa Ayerza Taber discusses poetry and translation with Argentine poet Violeta Percia, with a focus on listening, lightness, and the attunement of the word across languages.