Rosene ZarosAdjunct Instructor
Rosene Zaros translates primarily for the arts and humanities and for legal and financial institutions. In addition to a certificate in Spanish and French translation from NYU, Rosene holds a BS in education and an MA in ceramics from the Ohio State University, as well as an MA in Spanish literature from Kent State University. She has taught French, Spanish, and art in public schools in Ohio and New Jersey. As a ceramic artist she specialized in raku ware and ceramic sculpture which was strongly influenced by pre-Columbian art and architecture. She is a published essayist and freelance translator working from Spanish, French, and Portuguese into English. She is currently translating some of Machado de Assis’s short stories.
Acquire a comprehensive overview of the field of translation studies in this language-neutral course.