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The ATII Bulletin is an e-zine published by the ATII, bringing you news, articles and lot more from the world of translation and interpreting.
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April 2005
  • Jin Di becomes honorary member of ITIA – John Kearns
  • Conference report: second international postgraduate translation studies conference – John Kearns
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March 2005
  • Software: ManualMaker
  • New Voices in Translation Studies
  • Translation Studies Abstracts/ Bibliography of Translation Studies
  • Inttranews
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February 2005
  • Jin Di in Ireland – the Chinese translator of Ulysses
  • Conference on Interpreting and translating at court and for public authorities – Liese Katschinka
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January 2005
  • Traductio ad absurdum – Henry Grodsk
  • A brief reply to Henry Grodsk – John Kearns
  • European award for languages in Ireland – the language label
  • FIT news – progress on projects
  • Babelport
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