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Amy Olen

Assistant Professor
Translation & Interpreting Studies
 (414) 229-5968
 Curtin Hall 805

Degree(s)

PhD, University of Texas at Austin
MA, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
BA, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Research Interests

Translator and Interpreter Training
Ethics in Community Interpreting
Latin American Narrative in Translation
Indigenous and Oral Textuality in Translation
Central American and Andean Narrative

Courses Taught

TRNSLTN 700 – Consecutive Interpreting
TRNSLTN 707 – Introduction to Translation: Spanish to English
TRNSLTN 709 – Seminar in Literary & Cultural Translation
TRNSLTN 710 – Comparative Systems in Translation
TRNSLTN 711 – Ethics and Procedures in Interpreting
TRNSLTN 717 – Advanced Translation: Spanish to English
TRNSLTN 722 – Simultaneous Interpreting
TRNSLTN 750 – Advanced Modes of Interpreting
TRNSLTN 820 – Translation Theory
COMPLIT 230 – Literature and Society
SPANISH 225 – Understanding the Hispanic World
SPANISH 308 – Advanced Writing and Reading
SPANISH 350 – Introduction to Literary Analysis
SPANISH 461 – Topics in Hispanic Culture
SPANISH 347 – Introduction to Translation: Spanish to English
SPANISH 371 – Introduction to Latino Literature in English
SPANISH 373 – Topics in Latino Literature in English
SPANISH 447 – Advanced Translation: Spanish to English
SPANISH 720 – Approaches to Hispanic Literary Theory & Criticism