Marilyn Gaddis Rose
Distinguished Service Professor and Co- Director of TRIP
Office: LT 1508
Marilyn Gaddis Rose, who received the Alexander Gode medal of the American Translators Association for her contribution to translation pedagogy and scholarship, specializes in French and Anglo-Irish literatures of the 19th and 20th centuries, including Beckett, Joyce, Proust, and Yeats. She is the founding director of the translation program and founding editor of the ATA scholarly annual. Her research interests include translation studies; Anglo-Irish and French literatures of the 19th and 20th centuries, including Proust, Beckett and contemporary European and American fiction.
PhD, University of Missouri; Fulbright, Universite de Lyon.
Translation and Literary Criticism (1997); Katharine Tynan (1974). Translations include Volupte, The Sensual Man by Sainte-Beuve (1995), Adrienne Mesurat by Julian Green (1991, a revision of an earlier translation), Lui. A View of Him by Louise Colet (1987), Axel by Villiers de l'Isle-Adam(1970, 1980 reissue), and Eve of the Future Eden by Villiers de l'Isle-Adam (1982). She has also written articles on W.B. and Jack B. Yeats, Beckett, Julian Green and others.
Awards and Grants
Alexander Gode Medal of the American Translators Association, 1988; Special ATA Service Awards, 1983, 1996; Senior Fellow, Australian Humanities Centre, 1977; Institutional grants from the NEH and Department of Education.
Office: Library Tower 1508
Phone: (607) 777-6726