I am a Danish native speaker who was born and brought up in Denmark. I have lived in Germany and since then here in England, where I have been for over 24 years . Whilst raising a family I studied German at The University of Exeter and graduated in 1999 with a 2:1 and a distinction in spoken German. The years following my graduation were spent pursuing a teaching career (Post Graduate Certificate in Education from the University of Exeter) where I taught German and French for eleven years. Currently I am finishing my Masters in Translation at the University of Exeter where I have specialised in German literature and in subtitling a German film. In the Autumn I have been accepted by the University of Leicester to carry out a PhD in Scandinavian children's literature with a specific focus on Astrid Lindgren's Pippi Longstocking as a model for children. The focus within the PhD will be norm based and look at translations across four different languages (Swedish, Danish, German and English).
Seneste indlæg af Margrethe Stuttaford fra November, 2012
Resterne af en forladt yemenitisk jødisk landsby
Yemenitisk blogger Rooj Alwazir (@Rooj129) viser utrolige fotografier fra sin rejse til en forladt jødisk landsby, Beit Baws, der ligger balancerende på en klippetop, 15 km fra Sanaa.