Translation work history:
(2000-2001) Translator and editor at JUVE Verlag für juristische Information in Cologne, Germany
(2002 to present) Part-time, long-distance translation work for above
(2007-present) Freelance translator cooperating with Aileen Derieg Translations, Linz, Austria
First class degree in German language and literature from University of St. Andrews (Scottish MA, equivalent to US Bachelor of Arts). Honors-level courses included Translation Methodology.
M.Litt. degree in German literature of the Middle Ages (Thesis title: Sin and Redemption in Wagner and his Medieval Sources) from University of St. Andrews.
Awarded the George and Margaret Cumming Gray Prize for literary translation.
Publications in which my translations appear:
“Representations of Colonial Violence in the Poetry of Theodor Fontane” by Helen Chambers, in Violence, Culture and Identity: Essays on German and Austrian Literature, Politics and Society ed. Helen Chambers (Peter Lang AG, 2006)
German Commercial Law Firms (annual publication)
JUVE Rechtsmarkt Magazine (2000/2001)
The Lawyer Deutschland, a supplement to British magazine The Lawyer (2001)
The Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine, eds K. Pollmann and W. Otten (Oxford University Press, 2013)
Concert programs of the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, Vienna, Austria (Summer Tour 2009, Easter Tour 2010)
Astrid Esslinger: Paintings/Cut Outs Selected Works 2003-2013 ed. Fina Esslinger (Ambra/De Gruyter, 2014)
Aesthetic Basic Chronicle vol. 1 by Krüger & Pardeller (Sternberg Press, 2014)
Art in the Periphery of the Center (Sternberg Press, 2015)
Articles on copyright law by C. Tschohl, L. Reis, and T. Kreutzer for FRO Radio (Austria), distributed at a conference on archiving and copyrights
Notes for The Essential Bruckner, a recording by Bruckner Orchester Linz
green line: evocative of an archeology of desperation and desire by Cornelia Mittendorfer, ed. Rolf Sachsse (Verlag für moderne Kunst, 2016)
Who’s Afraid of Blue, Red and Green? by Günther Selichar et al (Verlag für moderne Kunst, 2017)