|Name Christiane Nord||Education Heidelberg University|
|Books Translating as a Purposeful Activity: Functionalist Approaches Explained|
Christiane nord translation scholar interviewed in tarragona 2006
Christiane Nord (born 13 September 1943, Eberswalde, Germany) is a German translation scholar.
- Christiane nord translation scholar interviewed in tarragona 2006
- Christiane nord functions in bible translation part 1 of 3
Christiane nord functions in bible translation part 1 of 3
She studied translation at Heidelberg University (B.A. Honours, 1967); in 1983 she obtained her PhD in Romance Studies, with habilitation in applied translation studies and translation pedagogy. From 1967 she has been involved in translator training at the universities of Heidelberg, Vienna, Hildesheim, Innsbruck and Magdeburg (1996-2005).
She is married to theologian Klaus Berger, and together they have translated sections of the Bible.