ADAPT’s Professor Andy Way announces new book on Computer-Assisted Literary Translation

15 March 2024

A new book, Computer-Assisted Literary Translation, co-edited by ADAPT’s Professor Andy Way (Dublin City University), along with colleagues Andrew Rothwell (Swansea University) and Roy Youdale (Bristol University), is now available. This collection examines the current landscape of computer-assisted literary translation (CALT) advocating for its ability to enrich both research and practice in the field of literary translation. This volume gathers scholars worldwide to examine the potential of computer-assisted tools in reshaping both research and practice. 

The book addresses key questions regarding the definition of literary translation, examining its sociological aspects and the individual translator perspective. This volume will appeal to students and scholars in Translation Studies particularly those engaged in literary translation, machine translation, and translation technologies.

If you are interested in this book, consider requesting a copy for your university library.

Photo: (L-R) Andrew Rothwell, Andy Way, and Roy Youdale celebrating their new publication.