Lawrence Rosenwald is the Anne Pierce Rogers Professor of English at Wellesley College, where he is also the Director of the Peace & Justice Studies Program. His chief research interests include translation, multilingualism, and the relations between literature and nonviolence. Among his more recent publications are Multilingual America: Language and the Making of American Literature (Cambridge, 2008) and War No More: Three Centuries of American Antiwar and Peace Writing (Library of America, 2016); and he is currently working on a book tentatively called The Pacifist Critic. His publications on Yiddish literature include studies of Itzik Manger and Jacob Glatstein, as well as various translations and reviews of translations.
Translating As Saying
On the Pedagogic Uses of Literal Translation
Texts & Translation
סאַקאָ און וואַנזעטיס מאָנטיק
Sacco and Vanzetti’s Monday