Dr. Rainer Schulte is the director of the Center for Translation Studies and Katherine R. Cecil Professor for Foreign Languages at The University of Texas at Dallas. In 1978 he co-founded the American Literary Translators Association (ALTA), and oversaw the annual conferences of ALTA until 2014. Professor Schulte is a specialist in comparative literature, in contemporary international literature, in translation studies, in the practice and theory of literary translation, and in interdisciplinary studies in the arts and humanities.
Dr. Kratz is a medievalist, a translator of classical and medieval literature, and a scholar of fantasy and science fiction. He is the author of numerous translated works and four books on such topics as epic poetry, the concept of heroic excellence, and the romantic tradition of Alexander the Great. He is a former president of the American Literary Translators Association and since 1979 has been the co-editor of Translation Review. Dennis Kratz is the current dean of the School of Arts & Humanities.
Charles Hatfield is an associate professor of Latin American studies and the associate director of the Center for Translation Studies. His scholarship and teaching focuses on nineteenth- and twentieth-century Latin American literature and intellectual history, critical theory, and translation studies.
Shelby Vincent is managing editor for Translation Review. She is also a Research Associate in the Center for Translation Studies and a lecturer in the School of Arts & Humanities at UT Dallas.
Gary Racz is professor and chair of Foreign Languages and Literature at LIU Brooklyn, review editor for Translation Review, and past president of the American Literary Translators Association (ALTA). Racz has won the Luz Bilingual Publishing Poetry Translation Contest (1998), International Quarterly's Crossing Boundaries Award (2000), the American Translators Association's Alicia Gordon Award for Word Artistry in Translation (2010), and was the co-winner of the 2012 Willis Barnstone Translation Prize. His translation of The Smoke of Distant Fires was shortlisted for the PEN Award for Poetry Translation in 2013.
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Translation Review is a forum for the discussion of the art, practice and theory of literary translation.