As part of our partnership with Routledge, IATIS is now holding regular prize draws for members who submit news items for inclusion in the IATIS Bulletin.
The draws coincide with the publication of every second Bulletin (roughly once every six weeks), with a randomly-selected contributor winning a book up to the value of £50 from the Routledge website.
The winner of our first draw was Prof. Monika Krein-Kühle, who selected Richard Shiff's Doubt.
Discussing her choice, Monika explained:
At present, my research focus is on the translation of contemporary art discourse, such as museum websites, exhibition catalogue essays, etc. In this context, I am particularly interested in the writings of the American art historian Professor Richard Shiff, since I really appreciate his clear and fascinating thinking and writing about contemporary and modern art. For this reason, I selected the book Doubt, which promises to be an investigation "of the tension between practicing art and practicing criticism”.
About the IATIS Bulletin
The Bulletin is published roughly once every three weeks and provides IATIS members with the latest news from Translation and Interpreting Studies. Items typically include calls for papers, new publications, job announcements in the field, conference experiences, and events such as workshops or seminars.