Associated Faculty

Regina Galasso, Spanish and Portuguese

Regina Galasso's research interests include Contemporary Peninsular Literature and Culture, U.S. Hispanic Literature, Literature of the City, and Literary Translation. As a literary translator, she has translated the work of Miguel Barnet, José Manuel Prieto, and forthcoming is Lost Cities Go to Paradise (Swan Isle Press) by Alicia Borinsky. Before joining the faculty at UMass she taught at the City University of New York.

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Edwin Genzler, CompLit

Edwin Gentzler's research interests include translation theory, literary translation, and postcolonial theory.

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Moira Inghilleri, CompLit

Moira Inghilleri's research interests are in the ethics of translation and interpreting, the sociology of translation and interpreting, translation and violent conflict, translation and migration, the philosophy of language and linguistics.

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Cristiano Mazzei, LLC

Cristiano Mazzei’s main academic research interests include translator and interpreter training, community interpreting, representations of queer subcultures, identity formation through translation and interpreting, and the intersections of translation and interpreting studies, queer, postcolonial, and performance theories. He speaks Portuguese, Spanish, and some Italian.

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Maria Tymoczko, CompLit

Maria Tymoczko is a Professor of Comparative Literature, specializing in translation studies, medieval studies, and Irish literature. She has held grants from the Fulbright Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the American Council of Learned Societies, has served as President of the Celtic Studies Association of North America, and is a member of the Executive Committee of the American Conference for Irish Studies.

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