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International Translation Day

According to the United Nations, International Translation Day is “an opportunity to pay tribute to the work of language professionals, which plays an important role in bringing nations together, facilitating dialogue, understanding and cooperation.”

This International Translation Day, we’d like to celebrate the language professionals who translated the following works into English, bridging academic communities and fostering international scholarship.


HEIRS OF THE BAMBOO
Identity and Ambivalence among the Eurasian Macanese
Marisa C. Gaspar
Translated by Roopanjali Roy

Introduction

See more titles in the European Anthropology in Translation series

RACCOMANDAZIONE
Clientelism and Connections in Italy
Dorothy Louise Zinn
Translated from the Italian

Introduction

See more titles in the European Anthropology in Translation series

WHEN WILL WE TALK ABOUT HITLER?
German Students and the Nazi Past
Alexandra Oeser
Translated from the French by Katharine Throssell

Introduction

See more titles in the Worlds of Memory series

THE NATURE OF SOCIOLOGY
Marcel Mauss
Translated by William Jeffrey

Introduction

See more titles in the Publications of the Durkheim Press Series.

OPEN ACCESS
ENTANGLED ENTERTAINERS
Jews and Popular Culture in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna
Klaus Hödl
Translated from the German by Corey Twitchell

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See more titles in the Austrian and Habsburg Studies Series.

CREATING WILDERNESS
A Transnational History of the Swiss National Park
Patrick Kupper
Translated from the German by Giselle Weiss

Introduction

See more titles in the Environment in History: International Perspectives series.

POSTWAR SOLDIERS
Historical Controversies and West German Democratization, 1945–1955
Jörg Echternkamp
Translated from the German by Noah Harley

Introduction

See more titles in the Making Sense of History series.

THE EMPEROR’S OLD CLOTHES
Constitutional History and the Symbolic Language of the Holy Roman Empire
Barbara Stollberg-Rilinger
Translated from the German by Thomas Dunlap

Introduction

See more titles in SPEKTRUM: Publications of the German Studies Association series.

BETWEEN EMPIRE AND CONTINENT
British Foreign Policy before the First World War
Andreas Rose
Translated from the German by Rona Johnston

Introduction

See more titles in the Studies in British and Imperial History series.

GUSTAV STRESEMANN
The Crossover Artist
Karl Heinrich Pohl
Translated from the German by Christine Brocks, with the assistance of Patricia C. Sutcliffe

Introduction

See more titles in the Studies in German History series.

A SAD FIASCO
Colonial Concentration Camps in Southern Africa, 1900–1908
Jonas Kreienbaum
Translated from the German by Elizabeth Janik

Introduction

See more titles in the War and Genocide series.

THE ARKANSAS REGULATORS
Friedrich Gerstäcker
Translated and edited by Charles Adams and Christoph Irmscher

Introduction

See more titles in the Transatlantic Perspectives series.

LAW, HISTORY, AND JUSTICE
Debating German State Crimes in the Long Twentieth Century
Annette Weinke
Translated from the German by Nicholas Evangelos Levis

Introduction

BUREAUCRACY, WORK AND VIOLENCE
The Reich Ministry of Labour in Nazi Germany, 1933–1945
Edited by Alexander Nützenadel
Translated from the German by Alex Skinner

Introduction

THE PARTICIPANTS
The Men of the Wannsee Conference
Edited by Hans-Christian Jasch and Christoph Kreutzmüller
Translated from the German by Charlotte Kreutzmüller-Hughes and Jane Paulick

Introduction

KARL MARX
An Intellectual Biography
Rolf Hosfeld
Translated from the German by Bernard Heise

THE HISTORY OF THE STASI
East Germany’s Secret Police, 1945-1990
Jens Gieseke
Translated from the German by David Burnett

Introduction

New, second edition!
THE PARADOXICAL REPUBLIC
Austria 1945–2020
Oliver Rathkolb
Translated from the German by Otmar Binder

MODERN LUSTS
Ernest Borneman: Jazz Critic, Filmmaker, Sexologist
Detlef Siegfried
Translated from the German by Noah Harley and Jennifer Neuheiser

Introduction

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