Our clients return thanks to the quality of our translators and interpreters, our ability to provide translation services in over 80 languages, and our competitive prices.
The Translation Center at the University of Massachusetts Amherst offers an array of services to a variety of clients. If you have an upcoming project, please visit our estimate request page or contact us via email or phone.
The UMass Magazine visited the Translation Center in early December 2017. In the article "Translators at Work," the magazine provides an overview of what the Center does and the connections it already has and wishes to make.
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Emeritus Professor Edwin Gentzler directed the Translation Center from 1994 until 2014. In his letter to the Center, he shares a personal account of his involvement with the Center and important moments in the Center's history. Thank you for your many years with us, Professor Gentzler!
The Translation Center welcomes Corine Tachtiris, scholar of critical translation studies and practicing literary translator from French and Czech. She holds a PhD in Comparative Literature from the University of Michigan and an MFA in literary translation from the University of Iowa. She has taught several colleges and universities in the United States and France. She will join the Comparative Literature Program in Fall 2018.
The Translation Center at the UMass Amherst is a unique enterprise that combines business services with academics. By keeping up with the latest in training and research, we find that we can offer higher quality translations to our clients The Translation Center blends academics and service in a dynamic fashion that keeps the Center on the cutting edge of the field.Read More
The demand for advanced study in translation and interpreting is growing. The trend towards globalization is continuing to open up new markets, providing multilingual job opportunities for translation professionals in numerous fields. Businesses and governments are increasingly looking to hire professionals with cross-cultural communication skills as well as experience in translation and interpreting.Read More
The Translation Center works closely with Comparative Literature and the Languages, Literatures, and Cultures departments, where many faculty either translate themselves of publish about translation phenomena. A catalog of translation and interpreting courses is available, at both the undergraduate and graduate levelsRead More