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Medal for Excellence in Translation
Subcategory of Australian Academy of the Humanities
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History

The Medal for Excellence in Translation is a national award inaugurated in 2016, and awarded every two years.

'This award celebrates the vital role of translators and translation in Australian culture and scholarly discourse. It adds to the growing recognition of work in this field which recognises lifetime achievement.' (Humanities.org)

Latest Winners / Recipients

Year: 2020

winner Penny Hueston for 'Being Here: The Life of Paula Modersohn-Becker'.

Year: 2018

winner Julie Rose for translation of Simon Leys: Naviagator Between Worlds.

Year: 2016

inaugural winner John Minford
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