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  • Milka Car

    Milka Car, born in 1973, studied Comparative Literature and German at Zagreb University. In 2008, she obtained her PhD with her work on documentary novels in the last third of…

  • Victor Chiriţă

    Victor Chiriţă, born in 1953, attended the German Primary School in Bucharest and the German Grammar School. He studied German Language and Literature and English Language and Literature and worked…

  • Ružica Cindori

    Ružica Cindori was born in 1961 in Ludbreg, Croatia. She studied comparative literature and philosophy in Zagreb, where she still lives now and works as the Secretary of the Croatian…

  • Florica Ciodaru-Courriol

    Florica Ciodaru-Courriol was born near Craiova, since 1980 she has been living in Lyon. She holds a PhD in Comparative Literature and is one of France’s most prominent Romanian translators.

  • Vesna Čkovrić

    Vesna Čkovrić, born in 1975 in Osijek, studied German Language and Literature at Belgrade University. Since completing her studies she has worked as a translator and interpreter and has worked…

  • Ksenija Čočkova

    Ksenija Čočkova was born in 1979 in Skopje, Macedonia. She studied German Language and Literature there. Ksenija Čočkova now works as a freelance literary translator and as a Cultural Manager.

  • Goran Čolakhodžić

    Goran Čolakhodžić, born in Zagreb in 1990, studied English and Romanian. In 2015, his unpublished poetry collection Na kraju taj vrt was awarded the Croatian Prize for New Young Poets.

  • Nikola Čolović

    Nikola Čolović was born in 1969 in Belgrade. In 1981, at the age of twelve, he moved to Hamburg in north Germany. After high school, he served the community service…

  • Hana Ćopić

    Hana Ćopić was born in 1978 in Belgrade. She studied German, was the recipient of the 1999/2000 DAAD award in Heidelberg and completed her post-graduate studies (Women’s studies) at the…

  • Andrei Corbea-Hoişie

    Andrei Corbea-Hoişie was born in 1951 in Iaşi. He is Professor of German Studies at the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University Iaşi and was the Humboldt grant holder at the University…

  • Jan Cornelius

    Jan Cornelius, born in 1950 in Reschitz (Romania), studied English language and literature, and Romance studies. He is a freelance author and writes humorous, satirical prose, poems and childrens’ books.

  • Jean-Louis Courriol

    Jean-Louis Courriol, born in France in 1949, is a Professor of French, Latin and Greek at Lyon University. His PhD focussed on Romanian literature and its translation into the French…