2017 Spanish Language Division Annual Dinner!

Come Join the Fun! We are excited to announce the 2017 Spanish Language Division (SPD) Annual Dinner! This year, we invite you to celebrate our traditional Muchas culturas, un solo idioma annual dinner event at the unique Lauriol Plaza Restaurant, offering delicious Tex-Mex and Latin American dishes in a sophisticated, urban atmosphere in Washington, DC. We have reserved the covered rooftop, … Continue reading 2017 Spanish Language Division Annual Dinner!

ATA Webinar Series: More Tools and Toys for ‘Terps – Register Now!

From the ATA Webinar Series: More Tools and Toys for 'Terps Approved for 1 CIMCE credit  Presenter: Cris Silva Date: June 9, 2017 Time: 12 noon U.S. Eastern Daylight Time Duration: 60 minutes CE Point(s): 1 (CIMCE, ATA approved) Translators are not the only ones with cool software! Take this time to explore all the apps and technology that interpreters … Continue reading ATA Webinar Series: More Tools and Toys for ‘Terps – Register Now!

Announcing the Spring 2017 Issue of Intercambios!

Enjoy the latest issue of Intercambios! In this issue From my Desk Editorial Interview with Carlota Caufield: Poet, Writer, Editor, Translator and Scholar ¿Cómo se dice en México? Hispanidad e Indigenismo: varias lenguas en contacto ATA Statement on Immigration Ban Nuestro idioma de cada día: Excusas sin pretextos... ni disculpas Soluciones tecnológicas: Sobre la traducción … Continue reading Announcing the Spring 2017 Issue of Intercambios!

Announcing the first issue of Bridging Cultures (Scientific Journal of the Department of Languages of UCA)

Dear ATA Spanish Language Division (SPD) members: As Editor-in-Chief of Bridging Cultures, the Scientific Journal of the Department of Languages of the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts of the Universidad Católica Argentina, I would proudly like to announce our first issue, which is the result of several months of a rigorous peer-review process and the … Continue reading Announcing the first issue of Bridging Cultures (Scientific Journal of the Department of Languages of UCA)