Rosene Zaros

Rosene Zaros

Adjunct Instructor

Rosene Zaros is a freelance writer, editor, and translator who works from French, Portuguese, and Spanish into English.  She translates primarily for the arts and humanities, but also does some legal and financial translation.  She is a published writer whose essays have appeared in such publications as the Christian Science Monitor and the Graywolf Press Galley Club. She is currently translating some of Machado de Assis’s short stories and working on a book on windows featuring photographs from various countries in Europe, Asia, and Latin America.

Before deciding to devote herself to writing and translation, Rosene was a ceramic artist whose ceramic sculpture was strongly influenced by pre-Columbian art and architecture. Her work has been on exhibit in various galleries in New York, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.

Currently Teaching

Introduction to Professional Translation

Acquire a comprehensive overview of the translation field in this language-neutral course suitable for all language pairs that involve English.