In addition to our previously announced book sale, the general meeting this coming Saturday, May 14, 2016, will feature a panel of some of our newer colleagues, some of whom also participated in a panel discussion with both old-timers and […]
This letter is the first in a series of updates that the 2016 Board of Directors intends to publish periodically throughout the year to keep our members apprised of the matters that are currently of concern to the Board and […]
Our general meeting on May 14, 2016 will feature a “garage sale” of dictionaries, CDs, and other reference materials that some of our members and friends may be ready to remove from their bulging bookshelves and others may be anxious […]
The Texas Institute of Letters has awarded AATIA member and acclaimed literary translator Marian Schwartz the Soeurette Diehl Fraser Award for her translation of Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina. Marian beat out co-competitors Travis Sorenson, translator of The Milli Vanilli Condition: Essays […]
AATIA will offer a court interpreting workshop approved by the Texas Judicial Branch Certification Commission (JBCC) on August 6th, 2016. Our presenters will be Eta Trabing and Maurine McLean. Jeff Rinard of JBCC will also be on hand to answer […]
Find out in the latest issue of Source, the journal of the American Translators Association’s Literary Division. Source is edited by AATIA members Michele Aynesworth and Tony Beckwith, along with Patrick Saari, a translator/interpreter based in Quito, Ecuador.
The United Nations Department for General Assembly and Conference Management has announced June 28, 2016 as the date for its next Spanish Language Competitive Examination. The deadline to submit applications is April 14, 2016. Click for more information about the exam […]
March 12 was a lovely sunny day after a week of gloomy weather. It was also the start of Spring Break and SxSW. In spite of all that, a sizeable number of devoted translators and interpreters attended the general meeting […]
Those who attend our general meeting on March 12th are in for a real treat! Rita Pavone, a certified crisis management specialist and Core Certification Healthcare Interpreter, will kick off our program with a presentation on navigating the pitfalls of […]
AATIA has received notice of two Austin-based jobs for Spanish<>English linguists, one at the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services and the other at the University of Texas. For more information contact the AATIA Communications Director.