Russian Translators

The Department of German, Nordic, Slavic & Dutch maintains an informal list of translators. Everyone on the list will translate general texts from Russian into English. Some are interested in translating in special areas and these are noted. For more information, contact the individual directly.

The program does not certify translators and assumes no responsibility for the quality of the translation. The agreement reached between you and any translator is a personal one and should in no way be construed as reflecting the program’s policies.

Contact Specialities Qualifications

Erdenetsetseg, Dorjgotov
edorjgot@umn.edu

  • Academic
  • Genealogical
  • Personal (letters, etc.)
  • Scientific/technical
  • Oral interpreting
  • Older forms of printing/handwriting
  • English-to-Russian translations

Bachelor's degree in Russian Language and Literature; worked as Russian teacher for 20 years.

Pearce, Anna
annapearce.mn@gmail.com

  • Academic
  • Business
  • Personal (letters, etc.)
  • Oral interpreting
  • English-to-Russian translations

Native speaker of Russian; bachelor's and master's degrees in Foreign Languages; diploma in teaching Russian as a foreign language; 2 years experience translating to and from Russian and English.

Polynskaya, Larisa
polyn003@umn.edu

  • Academic
  • Personal (letters, etc.)
  • Oral interpreting
  • Older forms of printing/handwriting
  • English-to-Russian translations

Native speaker of Russian; worked as a journalist for a Russian newspaper; excellent writing skills; detail-oriented and responsible.

Nurmatova, Nasiba
nurma009@umn.edu

  • Academic
  • Business
  • Medical
  • Personal (letters, etc.)
  • Scientific/Technical
  • Oral interpreting
  • Older forms of printing/handwriting
  • English-to-Russian translations

Native speaker of Russian; translation experience includes working as a research assistant and translator to UNICEF;  government agencies in Kyrgyzstan, USAID projects in Kyrgyzstan.