Literary Translation Studies

Translation Resources

Our Partners

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Students in the program work alongside publishing professionals and learn about acquisitions, editing, marketing, and more by interning with Open Letter, the University’s literary imprint.

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Our programs in translation studies are further enhanced by Three Percent, an online resource for international literature, as well as a plethora of on-campus readings, interviews, and other events.

Chad Post, Open Letter

Chad Post

Location: 1-219 Dewey Hall
Email: chad.post@rochester.edu
Phone: (585) 319-0823


Library Resources

Rush Rhees Library

Headquartered in the landmark Rush Rhees Library, the River Campus Libraries hold (over 3.5 million volumes, including books, journal subscriptions, rare books and other items) about 3.6 million volumes and 19,000 journal subscriptions. The libraries furthermore provide access to an extensive collection of electronic resources, including over 175 University of Rochester databases and (over 200) (125 subscribed databases, and 6 dedicated CR-ROM workstations). The libraries include several unit and departmental libraries throughout River Campus.

Kristen Totleben

Translation Studies Librarian

Kristen Totleben

Location: Rush Rhees Library
Email: ktotleben@library.rochester.edu
Phone: (585) 275-9304
Office Hours: By Appointment
Library Resources for Translation Studies


Other Translation Resources