Full Name: Tamara de Inés Antón
Academic Rank: Lecturer and Academic Coordinator of the MA in Translation Studies
Affiliation: University of the West Indies
Address: Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
University of the West Indies
Research Interests: Narrative theory, literary translation, Central American women writers, transnational feminism, translation of life writing, sociology of translation.
Mobile: +1 (876) 395- 0212
Dr. Tamara de Inés Antón is a lecturer and Academic Coordinator of the MA in Translation at The University of the West Indies (Mona). She is an early-career academic with a PhD from the University of Manchester (UK). Her research interests lie in the intersection between gender studies, the sociology of translation and Central American women’s writing. She is also fully invested in the teaching of translation and carries out research in this field.
de Inés Antón, T. (2017). Translating Central American Life Writing for the AnglophoneMarket: A Socio-Narrative Study of Women’s Agency and Political Radicalismin the Original and Translated Works of Claribel Alegría, GiocondaBelli and Rigoberta Menchú (Doctoral dissertation, The University of Manchester (United Kingdom).