Workshop Women in Translation Edit-a-thon

Wikiedit Divya Mehra, Dangerous Women (Blaze of Glory), 2017, digital image


Goethe-Institut New York

Help address the gender and other gaps on Wikipedia relating to literary translation by editing articles on international women writers, women translators and other underrepresented groups. Come with your own computer, connect with countless resources, and leave with a basic toolkit to continue editing on your own. The workshop will be led by translators Margaret Carson and Alta L. Price.
Newcomers to Wikipedia and experienced contributors of all genders, including queer, gender-non-conforming and gender-non-binary, are welcome. 

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Margaret Carson’s translations include Letters, Dreams and Other Writings by the Spanish artist Remedios Varo and Sergio Chejfec’s Baroni, A Journey and My Two Worlds. She teaches in the Modern Languages Department of Borough of Manhattan Community College, The City University of New York.

Alta L. Price runs a publishing consultancy specialized in literature and nonfiction texts on art, architecture, design, and culture. She translates from Italian and German into English, and was awarded the 2013 Gutekunst Prize. Her most recent publications include Martin Mosebach’s The 21 and Dana Grigorcea’s An Instinctive Feeling of Innocence.