After only going to US-based events, I decided to attend the BP19 (Business and Practice) conference, which took place in the city of Bologna in Italy this year.
I am sometimes asked how the interactions between Russia and the US will affect the demand for Russian translation and interpreting. The political climate certainly impacts language services by affecting trade and international cooperation. However, English and Russian are not the exclusive purview of Russia and the US. Here are some areas where Russian is needed independently ofContinue reading “Demand for Russian Outside US-Russia Relations”
This year I attended the American Translators Association (ATA) annual conference after a three-year gap. This post is a quasi-debriefing of what I thought went well this time and what I need to concentrate on in the following years. By its nature, the list will be specific to me and may not reflect everyone’s priorities andContinue reading “Lessons Learned from ATA 56th Annual Conference”