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Vivian Eden

Vivian Eden, who holds a doctorate in comparative literature with a specialty in translation from the University of Iowa, is on the staff of the Haaretz English Edition, a joint venture of the...

Ray Edwards

Ray Edwards began to learn Cornish after taking early retirement from teaching languages in 1980. After passing the three examinations of the Cornish Language Board and being made a Bard of...

Penny Edwards

Penny Edwards teaches Southeast Asian Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. She is the author of the award-winning Cambodge: The Cultivation of a Nation (Hawai’i University...

Thoraya El-Rayyes

Thoraya El-Rayyes is a Palestinian-Canadian literary translator and political sociologist. Her translations of contemporary Arabic literature have received awards from the Modern Language...

Ellen Elias-Bursać

Ellen Elias-Bursać has been translating fiction and nonfiction by Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian writers since the 1980s, including novels and short stories by David Albahari, Dubravka...

Alexander Elinson

Alexander Elinson teaches Arabic Language and Literature at Hunter College/CUNY and directs the Hunter College Summer Arabic Program. His research interests cut across the Middle East and North...

Robert Elliot

Robert Elliot has been an active campaigner and writer against racism and intolerance in Italian society since moving from his native London to Ferrara in 1983, where, in the early 1990s, he...

Bonnie Elliott

Born to a Japanese mother and Irish-American father in Zushi, Japan, Bonnie Elliott splits both heart and mind equally between the two cultures. Her love of Japanese literature and culture is...

Robin Ellis

Robin Ellis is currently in her third year of the UC Berkeley PhD program in German Literature and Culture. After graduating from Oberlin College with a BA in German Literature, she received a...

Najlaa Eltom

Najlaa Eltom is a Sudanese writer and translator. In addition to numerous translations, Eltom published her first collection of poetry, The Doctrine of Thinness, in 2007; a second poetry...

Karim Emami

Karim Emami (1930–2005) was a highly regarded translator and editor. Generally considered to be one of the most important translators of contemporary Iranian poetry into English, he was also...

Karen Emmerich

Karen Emmerich is a translator of Modern Greek poetry and prose. Her translations include Rien ne va plus by Margarita Karapanou, Landscape with Dog and Other Stories by Ersi...

Michael Emmerich

Michael Emmerich is an associate professor in the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of California, Los Angeles. He is the author of "The Tale of Genji": Translation,...

Maria Enrico

Maria Enrico was born in the U.S., grew up in Europe, and returned to the U.S. for undergraduate studies at Barnard College at Columbia University (B.A.) and graduate school at Catholic...

Alison Entrekin

Alison Entrekin is an Australian literary translator working from the Portuguese. Her translations include City of God by Paulo Lins, The Eternal Son by Cristovão...

Stephen Epstein

Stephen Epstein serves as both the Director of the Asian Studies Institute and a member of the Classics Programme at the Victoria University of Wellington in Wellington, New Zealand. His...

Emmanuelle Ertel

Emmanuelle Ertel is a Professor of French Literature and Translation at New York University. She is the coordinator of the new MA Program in Literary Translation for NYU's French department....

Elham Eshraghi

Elham Eshraghi was born in the town of Golpayegan, Iran in 1974. She lived with her grandmother until the age of six and retraces her interest in folktales, folk arts, and nature to these years...

Aura Estrada

Aura Estrada is a Ph.D. student at Columbia University. She has published reviews and crónicas in Bookforum and the Mexican magazine DF, and fiction in www.letralia.com. She rides the F...

Ashur Etwebi

Ashur Etwebi, born in 1952, is a poet, novelist and translator. He is a member of the League of Libyan Writers. His books include collections of his poems Balcony Poems (1993) and Your Friends...
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