2002 SUPPLEMENT — NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

Susan Bassnett is Pro-Vice Chancellor at the University of Warwick and Professor of Comparative Literary Studies at the Centre for British and Comparative Cultural Studies.

Sarah Death is a translator and editor and lives in Kent.

Ingrid Eng-Rundlöw is an American-born film subtitler and translator living in Göteborg, Sweden.

Lena Fries-Gedin is a translator based in Stockholm and Härnosand.

Catherine Fuller is Co-ordinator of the British Centre for Literary Translation

Peter Graves is a translator and Head of European Languages and Cultures at the University of Edinburgh.

Ann Henning Jocelyn is a bilingual author, playwright and translator living in Cashel, Co. Galway.

Anna Paterson is a translator and consultant in clinical and healthcare research living in St. Andrews, Scotland.

Linda Schenck is a translator and interpreter based in Gothenburg.

Irene Scobbie is a translator and former Reader and Head of Scandinavian Studies, Edinburgh University.

Elisabeth Seth is coordinator of translator support at the Swedish Institute, Stockholm.

Alan Shelston is Senior Lecturer in English Literature, University of Manchester.

 2002 Supplement