Award-winning translator Julie Rose - jointly hosted by the UOA, NZSTI, AUT and NZ Centre for Literary Translation, at University of Auckland.
Auckland. Run by Noreen Smith. Come and join the 21st Century!
7 May - 9.30am to 4.00pm - Pioneer Women’s and Ellen Melville Hall - Auckland CBD
1. Deafblind Communication Workshop - Auckland 29 March, Christchurch 30 March
2. SLIANZ CONFERENCE 2014, July 5 & 6, Auckland. Click for Conference flyer
A Master of Arts in Translation Studies at University of Auckland is now available in 2014.
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