Welcome to the Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication
The Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication (PTIC) offers a diverse curriculum that allows undergraduates to develop their understanding of translation issues from varied perspectives. Students develop skills in language use and an understanding of the complexity of communicating across cultures, nations, and linguistic borders. Navigate this Web site with the buttons to the left to learn more about the program and the requirements for an undergraduate Certificate of Proficiency.
CONGRATULATIONS to Audrey Hall '13, for winning a rare Fulbright Fellowship in translation. Hall will set off soon for Buenos Aires to translate the short stories and poetry of Silvina Ocampo, on of Argentina's most important writers.
Shelley Frisch on Being a Translator Shelley Frisch is a Princeton resident and has been attending the Translation Lunch seminar since its inception
Read and translate new writing from China--check out the Marco Polo Project.
Geneva International Students Program (GISP) offers an interdisciplinary study abroad semester at the University of Geneva. For more information contact Ainsley.Brown@unige.ch or visit the GISP website...
Regulations for the Undergraduate Certificate in Translation and Intercultural Communication
The requirements for the certificate, posted on this site under "Courses," can also be found in the Undergraduate Announcement.
Upcoming Events and Deadlines
The Translation Lunch Series will continue in the next semester. Dates TBA..