The art of translation in the modern age

You might not realize it, but there are translators and interpreters all around us in our daily lives.  In our

Sacagawea: The legendary Native American interpreter that helped shape the history of the United States

In 1803, Thomas Jefferson was the 3rd president of the United States, and the newly formed nation had just made

Glocalization: The best of both worlds

You might think the terms ‘localization’and ‘globalization’ are opposites, but in reality, they go hand in hand, as in the

The Tale of Genji

It happens sometimes that, over the course of hundreds of years, a language evolves in such a way that it

The Bible and Translation

The history of translation would not be the same without the existence of the Bible. Many practices that are implemented

How a Mistranslation Almost Led to WWIII

The effect of a mistranslation isn’t always as simple as an ad campaign gone wrong or a scientist being driven