American Translators AssociationItalian Language Division
Welcome to the website of the Italian Language Division!
Established in November 1999, the ILD is a Division of the ATA, American Translators Association.
ATA, founded in 1959, is the largest professional association of translators and interpreters in the U.S. with over 10,000 members in more than 100 countries. ATA’s primary goals include fostering and supporting the professional development of translators and interpreters and promoting the translation and interpreting professions.
Our Division welcomes all ATA members in good standing, who are interested in professions connected to the Italian Language, namely translation and interpretation from and into Italian.
Questi primi giorni del 2021 ci stanno già mettendo alla prova. Ma non facciamoci intimidire! Ciao a tutti e buon anno! Speriamo che abbiate passato delle feste serene ed in salute. Questi primi giorni del 2021 ci stanno già mettendo alla prova. Ma non facciamoci...
Just a short message to share some insights after the first ATA annual conference in virtual mode. And to say hello…
JUNE 2019 | ISSUE ONE
At this year’s ATA conference at Palm Springs, the Italian Language Division and the Literary Division are delighted to have Ann Goldstein as our special guest.
Most of you know that I am a translator. Many know that for four years I lived and worked on the road. Translation is a very portable career, but I am also an interpreter. Here is what happened to that side of the business.
By and large, we translators work all by our lonesome—physically, at least. In the beginning of my career, I liked this. Having escaped the numbing landscape of cubicles in Manhattan investment banks, my ten-second commute seemed the height of envy-worthy luxury.
Become a member
Membership in the Italian Language Division is open to all members of the American Translators Association.
You can become a member of the ILD by selecting the division on the membership forms when first applying for ATA membership or when renewing.