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  • Dragana Bojanić Tijardović

    Dragana Bojanić Tijardović, born in Vojvodina in 1957, began translating poetry, prose and philosophical texts from Serbian and Italian into Slovenian while studying philosophy and Serbo-Croatian at the Faculty of…

  • 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…

  • Sulejman Bosto

    Prof. Dr. Sulejman Bosto studied philosophy at the Philsophical Faculty in Sarajevo, where a short while later he started work as Assistant Lecturer. After an interim study residence in Frankfurt…

  • Valentina Boyadjieva

    Valentina Boyadjieva was born in Sofia. She studied Turkic languages and literatures at the University of Sofia and was a journalist at the Bulgarian national broadcaster. Since many years, she…

  • Vanina Bozhikova

    Vanina Bozhikova was born in 1975 in Pleven, Bulgaria. She received her PhD for a thesis on Romanian literature. She lectures on literary translation and contemporary Romanian language at the…

  • Neža Božič

    Neža Božič studied translation at the Translation Department of the Philosophical Faculty in Ljubljana. She works as a freelance translator for English…

  • Snježana Božin

    Snježana Božin, born in 1973 in Ulm, studied German and Croatian at the  Philosophical Faculty in Zagreb. Translations from German into Croatian: short stories by the authors Bettina Baláka and…

  • Đorđe Božović

    Đorđe Božović has translated Arian Leka’s Shpina e burrit into Serbian.

  • Danilo Brajović

    Danilo Brajović was born in Shkodra / Skadar in 1978. In 1991, he moved to Podgorica, where he completed his schooling. In Nikšić he studied Montenegrin and Serbian language and…

  • Marko Bratina

    Marko Bratina, born in Maribor in 1982, is a philosopher, translator and teacher. Since completing his degree in philosophy at the University of Ljubljana, he has dedicated himself to translation,…

  • Alida Bremer

    Alida Bremer, born in 1959 in Split, studied Comparative Literature, Romance studies, Slavic languages and German in Belgrade, Rome, Saarbrücken and Münster. After gaining her Ph.D. she worked for many…