Search Results

482 results found

  • Nikollë Berishaj

    Nikollë Berishaj, born in Tuzi (now Montenegro) in 1958 , is a translator, writer, poet, and essayist. He translates from the Slovene and Croatian/Serbian/Bosnian/Montenegrin into the Albanian and vice versa.

  • Russana Beyleri

    Russana Beyleri was born in 1967. She is an Associate Professor at the Balkan Studies Department of the Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, teacher of Albanian Language and Literature. She…

  • Dina Bijelić

    Dina Bijelić has translated Judith Hermann’s ‘Daheim’ into Bosnian.

  • Latica Bilopavlović Vuković

    Latica Bilopavlović Vuković, born in 1976 in Nova Gradiška (Croatia), studied German studies and Romance studies in Zagreb and Mainz. She has been working as a literary and television translator…

  • Jernej Biščak

    Jernej Biščak lives near Berlin as a freelance translator (German, Slovenian). He studied in Ljubljana (translation studies) and in Tübingen and Stuttgart (German studies). He translates journalistic texts, German-language prose…

  • Octavian Blenchea

    Octavian Blenchea, born in 1975 in Transylvania, studied Romanian and French languages and literatures in Bucharest. He concluded his studies with a final paper on the cultural renaissance of the…

  • Marica Bodrožić

    Marica Bodrožić was born in Dalmatia, now Croatia, in 1973. She has lived in Germany since 1983 and writes poetry, novels, short stories and essays. She has received numerous awards…

  • Hristo Boev

    Hristo Boev, born in Plovdiv in 1973, studied English philology in his home town. In 2013, he received his PhD from Ovidius University in Constanta. He works as a freelance…

  • Greisa Böhl

    Greisa Böhl, born in Tirana in 1989, studied law in Munich. She is a freelance translator of novels and children’s books and translates from German and English into Albanian.

  • Susanne Böhm-Milosavljević

    Susanne Böhm-Milosavljević, born in 1964, studied Slavic and German at Ruhr University, Bochum. In her thesis she examined the phenomenon of the war in Serbian fiction between 1990 and 2001.

  • Maja Bojadžievska

    Maja Bojadžievska was born in 1963 in Skopje, Macedonia. She is Professor at the Chair for Comparative Literature at the “Sts. Cyril and Methodius University” Skopje, and is a member…

  • Elda Boriçi

    Elda Boriçi was born in 1978 in Tirana. She studied German language and literature there. She finished her studies in 2009 with a Master’s degree. Since 2010, she has been…