Niva Kaspi is well into her PhD candidacy with the University of Western Australia. Her research is on translations in and of David Grossman’s writing, exploring notions of translatability and the position of translators within the work. She is also a Hebrew-English translator and a lecturer in communication at Edith Cowan College in Perth, where she is involved in projects to enhance language proficiency among students from non-English-speaking backgrounds.
August 9, 2017 |
David Grossman / Photo courtesy of the Israeli-American Council Politics, literature, and biography converge in David Grossman’s work, as self-mutilating clown Dovaleh G. brings the author and hi...