FLD Continuing Education Series – Episode 5: Genealogy Translation

Welcome to the fifth episode of the French Language Division’s Continuing Education Series podcast. The main focus of this podcast is the craft of translation (English > French and French > English).

In episode 5, podcast host, Angela Benoit welcomes genealogy translator Bryna O’Sullivan (www.charteroakgenealogy.com) to talk about genealogy translation, the id photointersection between genealogy and history and terminology.

SOUNDCLOUD: You may access Episode 5 and other podcast episodes on SoundCloud here. On SoundCloud, you can listen to the episode in your browser or download a copy of this episode directly to your computer.

ITUNES: This episode and the entire podcast series are also available on iTunes here. On iTunes, you can subscribe or listen online. (Even if the link doesn’t show up on the iTunes preview, it is still there – simply subscribe.)

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Here is Bryna’s 19th century marriage record in original manuscript format as mentioned in the episode (and a transcription is provided below):

Bryna's record

Transcription:

Mariage d’Antoine Charest et Marie Anne La Flèche Watch movie online The Transporter Refueled (2015)

L’an mil huit cent trente six, le deux février après la publication d’un ban faite au prône de notre messe paroissiale le dimanche précédent entre Antoine Charest fils mineur d’Antoine Charest, Ecuyer, Capitaine de Milice et de Marie Anne Marchand, de la paroisse de Ste Anne de la Pérade, d’une part et Marie Anne La Flèche fille mineure de Louis La Flèche, Ecuyer, coseigneur du Fief St Maurice et de Marie Anne Goubin Boisvert, de la même paroisse, d’une autre part, les parties ayant [ ?] dispensé de l’empêchement de consanguinité de quatrième au quatrième degré et les deux bans de Monsieur Cooke Vicaire général de Monseigneur l’Évêque de Québec au date du vingt-cinq Janvier précédent ne [ ?] découvert aucun autre empêchement ni forme d’approbation, Nous soussigné Curé de Ste Anne avons, de l’agrément de parents de part et d’autre, reçu leur mutuel consentement + leur avons donné la bénédiction nuptiale selon  la forme proscrite par l’Église en présence d’Antoine Charest, Ecuyer, père, de François Charest, frère de l’époux, de Louis La Flèche, écuyer, père […]

FLD Continuing Education Series – Episode 4: Translating Our Time—Linguistic Trends in Sustainable Development

Welcome to the fourth episode of the French Language Division’s Continuing Education Series podcast. The main focus of this podcast is the craft of translation (English > French and French > English).

Natalie Pavey

In episode 4, podcast host, Angela Benoit welcomes sustainable development translator Natalie Pavey (www.nptranslations.com) to talk about terminology and neologisms in the field of Sustainable Development, providing insight on the cultural, political and historical contexts in which terms come into existence.

SOUNDCLOUD: You may access Episode 4 and other podcast episodes on SoundCloud here. On SoundCloud, you can listen to the episode in your browser or download a copy of this episode directly to your computer.

ITUNES: This episode and the entire podcast series are also available on iTunes here. On iTunes, you can subscribe or listen online. (Even if the link doesn’t show up on the iTunes preview, it is still there – simply subscribe.)

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To follow everyone from today’s episode on Twitter, visit the feeds for Natalie, Angela and the French Language Division.

FLD Continuing Education Series – Episode 3: Legal Translator and Attorney Jennifer Bader Discusses US/French Privacy Law

Welcome to the third episode of the French Language Division’s Continuing Education Series podcast. The main focus of this podcast is the craft of translation (English > French and French > English).

JBaderIn episode 3, podcast host, Angela Benoit welcomes legal expert Jennifer Bader of Class Translations for an overview of the differences in privacy law in the United States and France. Angela and Jennifer also explore the convergences and differences found in two original language documents, providing insight and terminology useful to translators.

SOUNDCLOUD: You may access Episode 3 and other podcast episodes on SoundCloud here. On SoundCloud, you can listen to the episode in your browser or download a copy of this episode directly to your computer.

ITUNES: This episode and the entire podcast series are also available on iTunes here. On iTunes, you can subscribe or listen online. (Even if the link doesn’t show up on the iTunes preview, it is still there – simply subscribe.)

LINKS FROM THIS PODCAST: The following links were mentioned in the podcast.

 

FLD Continuing Education Series – Episode 2: State of the FLD

Welcome to the second episode of the French Language Division’s Continuing Education Series podcast.

The main focus of this podcast is the craft of translation (English > French and French > English). It also provides a forum for the Division Administrator and Assistant Administrator to give a State of the FLD address. The purpose of this episode is to let members know what is happening with the FLD.

Eve, Jenn, Angela - L to R
Eve, Jenn, Angela – L to R

In episode 2, podcast host, Angela Benoit interviews Eve Bodeux, FLD Administrator, and Jenn Mercer, Assistant Administrator. They tell you all about the FLD, benefits for members and upcoming events. Check it out and get the most out of your FLD membership!

SOUNDCLOUD: You may access Episode 2 and other podcast episodes on SoundCloud here. On SoundCloud, you can listen to the episode in your browser or download a copy of this episode directly to your computer.

ITUNES: This episode and the entire podcast series are also available on iTunes here. On iTunes, you can subscribe or listen online.

 

FLD Continuing Education Series – Episode 1: Introduction

Welcome to the podcast of the Continuing Education Series of the French Language Division, a division of the American Translators Association.

This podcast focuses on the craft of translation (English > French and French > English). We provide this service as a benefit to our members and to those interested in becoming members.

This is episode 1, a short introduction to the podcast’s raison d’être as well as to the podcast’s host, Angela Benoit. Angela is interviewed here by Eve Bodeux, FLD Administrator, and Jenn Mercer, Assistant Administrator and she tells you everything you need to know about this new podcast series.

SOUNDCLOUD: You may access Episode 1 and other podcast episodes on SoundCloud here. On SoundCloud, you can listen to the episode in your browser or download a copy of this episode directly to your computer.

ITUNES: This episode and the entire podcast series are also available on iTunes here. On iTunes, you can subscribe or listen online.