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.
Erín Moure summons the reader to be constantly attentive to the trembling movement of (and between) languages, in this nimble reflection on the notion of the “intranslatable.”
Fidelity Means a Million Infidelities
We are pleased to publish this discussion with translators Mark Polizzotti and Katrina Dodson from the “Colloquy: Translators in Conversation” event series at Unnameable Books.
Dirty Shirts & Bottle Tops
Samuel Martin examines Antonio Tabucchi’s French connections and savors two new books of dialogues between Tabucchi and his translators to mark the ten years since his death.
Another Kind of Emergence
Ilze Duarte responds to Michelle Mirabella’s essay on translators and authors emerging together, and tells of her own co-emergence with the Brazilian writer Marília Arnaud.
Hopscotch Translation’s One Year Anniversary
To celebrate our first anniversary, we've asked a group of translators to reflect on works they’ve loved that were translated from a language that they don't themselves know!