Academic

Scholarly translation poses unique challenges in terms of form and content, requiring sensitivity to ‘voice’ as well as analytic and linguistic abilities that go well beyond standard bilingualism. It also demands strong research skills and conformity to style guidelines. I have a PhD in Philosophy and have translated over 25 published scholarly articles and 2 published monographs (see full list in CV below), mainly in the fields of philosophy and the humanities. I have also translated numerous scholarly articles for private use and papers for conference presentations in the humanities and social sciences field.

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