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Welcome to Women in Translation Month 2019!  This month, we encourage our readers to join the conversation by reading, reviewing, and discussing our new and backlist translations authored by women.  Follow #WITMonth on social media and check our blog daily for a chance to win one of our translated titles!

This month, we’ll also be at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass CommunicationAcademy of Management, American Sociological Association, and the American Political Science Association. Stop by our booth for a chance to save 50% on display copies!

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Week three of Women in Translation month is coming to a close, but don’t fret. We’ve got a list to keep you reading through the weekend. China’s literary tradition includes many engaging works from contemporary female writers. Here a few to get you started. Remember, today is your last chance to enter our drawing for
“Cast with ordinary people and steeped in lyrical simplicity, Howard Goldblatt’s superb translation of Fu Ping commands a disarmingly quiet beauty. It is as if Sherwood Anderson’s Winesburg had miraculously resurfaced, not in the cornfields of Ohio but in the shadows of Shanghai.” ~Yunte Huang, editor of The Big Red Book of Modern Chinese Literature
Columbia University Press is a proud distributor of Transcript Verlag titles. Popular Music and Public Diplomacy Transnational and Transdisciplinary Perspectives Edited by Mario Dunkel and Sina A. Nitzsche The Techno-Apparatus of Bodily Production A New Materialist Theory of Technology and the Body Josef Barla Situated in Translations  Cultural Communities and Media Practices Edited by Michaela
 “Deftly translated by Howard Goldblatt, this love song to Shanghai continues Wang Anyi’s evocation of women’s struggles for individuality and sensual freedom, and further establishes her as one of the world’s great writers.” ~Douglas Unger, author of Leaving the Land and Voices from Silence •  •  •  •  •  •  Our Women in Translation Month,
Our weekly list of new books is now available! Manufacturing Decline How Racism and the Conservative Movement Crush the American Rust Belt Jason Hackworth To Fulfill These Rights Political Struggle Over Affirmative Action and Open Admissions Amaka Okechukwu Dying for Rights Putting North Korea’s Human Rights Abuses on the Record Sandra Fahy Crude Volatility The