Translation and Genre by B.J. Woodstein, Cambridge University Press, 2022, 75 pp., ISBN: 9781108926331

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Alexandra-Maria Vrinceanu

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Vrinceanu, A.-M. “Translation and Genre : By B.J. Woodstein, Cambridge University Press, 2022, 75 pp., ISBN: 9781108926331”. Linguaculture, vol. 14, no. 2, Dec. 2023, pp. 227-33, doi:10.47743/lincu-2023-2-0348.
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Alexandra-Maria Vrinceanu, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi

Alexandra-Maria Vrînceanu is a translator, interpreter and junior lecturer at the Faculty of Letters, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași, Romania. Having graduated from the same Faculty with a BA in Translation and Interpreting and an MA in Translation Studies and Terminology, she defended her PhD thesis titled “Feminist Ideology and Translated Literature” in the summer of 2023. She has been a professional certified translator since 2016, having worked both with literary works, as well as with specialized documentation, as a freelancer for a contractor of the Romanian Directorate-General for Translation. Her published translations for Cartea Românească Publishing and Black Swan Publishing include: “Cărticica poporului ascuns” (The Little Book of the Hidden People), “Evanghelia țiparilor” (The Gospel of Eels), “Trolii lui Putin” (Putin’s Trolls), “Crama lui Stalin” (Stalin’s Wine Cellar), and “Kult”, with upcoming titles to follow. Moreover, she also works as an interpreter for various conferences and events.

Since 2019, she has been teaching practical courses and seminars to undergraduate students, at the English Department of the Faculty of Letters, on English Syntax, Terminology, Grammar, Translation and Discourse Analysis. Other areas of interest include Gender Studies, Intercultural communication, and Translation Quality Assessment.