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  • 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…

  • Florence Courriol-Seita

    Florence Courriol-Seita has been passionate about literature and modern languages from a very early age. She specialised in Italian literature and Translation Studies, and obtained a PhD from the Université…

  • Igor Crnković

    Igor Crnković, born in 1985 in Zagreb, studied Philosophy and German language at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb. He works at the Austrian Trade Commission in…

  • Majlinda Cullhaj

    Born in 02/05/1977 in Tirana, Albania. Studied German at the Foreign Languages Faculty in Tirana and International Relations at the Kent University at Brussels, Belgium. At the end of the…

  • Stipe Ćurković

    Stipe Ćurković has translated Thomas Melle’s 3000 Euro into Croatian.

  • Branko Cvetkoski

    Branko Cvetkoski, born in 1954 in Slatino, studied Philology in Skopje. He has worked as a journalist, editor and chief editor for various journals and publishing companies in Macedonia, was…

  • Vladimir Cvetkoski

    Vladimir Cvetkoski, born in 1981 in Skopje, studied English Philology and British Cultural Studies (B.A.) and obtained a Master’s in Philology in 2009 at the University of Skopje. From 2003-2006…

  • Nikola Cvetković

    Nikola B. Cvetković, born in 1953, is a translator and freelance artist. He attended the Nicolaus Cusanus Grammar School and the Otto Kühne School in Bonn. After ‘A’ Levels he…

  • Jelena Dabić

    Jelena Dabić, born in 1978 in Sarajevo, lived in Innsbruck from 1992 and has lived in Vienna since 2004. She studied German Philology and Russian in Innsbruck and in Vienna…

  • Mascha Dabić

    Mascha Dabić, born in 1981 in Sarajevo, has lived in Austria since 1992. She studied Translation Science (English and Russian) and Political Science and works in Vienna as a translator…

  • Bisera Dakova

    Bisera Dakova, born in 1966, is a Bulgarian literary historian. In 2002, she worked as a research assistant at the Institute of Literature of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. In…

  • Slobodan Damnjanović

    Slobodan Damnjanović was born in 1951 in Belgrade and studied Philosophy and Art History there. He lives in Belgrade and is member of the Association of Literary Translators, the Author’s…