Mazzarins, Laimdota

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MAZZARINS, Laimdota. American (born Germany), b. 1945. Genres: Civil liberties/Human rights, Translations. Career: Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY, instructor, 1972-77, assistant professor of literature, 1977-79; teacher of English language and literature at adult education schools in Aachen, Dueren, Stolberg, and Cologne, Germany, 1979-92; Second Programme of the European Communities to Combat Poverty, publications officer, 1987-89; African National Congress, Bonn Mission, Bonn, Germany, administrative assistant, 1991-94; International Association for Human Rights of the Kurds, Bonn, administrative assistant, 1994-2000; TransForm GmbH, translator, 2002-; worked as free-lance editor and translator for business firms and other institutions. Publications: TRANSLATOR: (and ed.) H. Deutsch, Confrontations with Myself, 1973; E. Beck-Gernsheim, The Social Implications of Bioengineering, 1995; N. Bolz and W. van Reijen, Walter Benjamin, 1996; B. Press, The Murder of the Jews in Latvia, 1941-1945, 2000. Contributor of articles and translations to periodicals. Address: Duennwalder Strasse 12, 51063 Cologne, Germany. Online address: [email protected]