Valerie Henitiuk elected as the new Acting Director of the British Centre for Literary Translation

With effect from January 15th, 2010, Dr Valerie Henitiuk, a Lecturer at the University of East Anglia, who researches in the areas of World Literature, Translation Studies and Women’s Writing, with particular interests in such topics as East/West cultural exchange, gendered translation, translation vs. adaptation, the history and reception of translation, and liminality, and who is also a Consulting Editor of “The International Literary Quarterly”, has been elected as the new Acting Director of the British Centre for Literary Translation,  replacing Amanda Hopkinson who has been promoted to Professor of Literary Translation at the University of East Anglia.

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