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Author Archives: Andrew Levine
So I’ve been in Melbourne for the last week and a half, enjoying the weather growing warmer as Christmas approaches, and adjusting to a new time zone. I’ve gone from being up for only three hours in the morning before … Continue reading
Daniel Cavanaugh (Gary Wilmes), chief executive of Ohio Signage, wants to land a contract with a Chinese ministry in the city of Guiyang, where a new cultural center is being built. Citing genuine examples, he notes that China’s bustling leaders … Continue reading
Last week, the American Translators Association was in Boston for its 52nd annual conference, and so was I. The Association’s organizing efforts were excellent, as they usually are, and some 2000 people from the language industry were in attendance. My … Continue reading
As I head off to the ATA conference in Boston—which you’re invited to follow using the #ata52 hashtag on Twitter—Leonard Pierce returns to continue our series on Robert Hughes’ The Fatal Shore. —Andrew The more one reads about the settlement … Continue reading
Thursday the 27th, one week from today, will mark the start of the 52nd annual conference of the American Translators Association. I’ll be giving a talk on Saturday, in the last time-slot of the event, entitled “Training a Dragon: Using … Continue reading
I wanted to have something more to say about the Occupy Wall Street protests going on in my city (and now, apparently, everywhere else) and some of the linguistic roots of the present economic/political griefs. But historian Tony Judt spoke … Continue reading