Sarah Bramao-Ramos

Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations


Sarah Bramao-Ramos’s dissertation project, tentatively titled “The Task of the Manchu Translator”, examines the practice and culture of translating from Chinese into Manchu in Qing China (1636-1911). She is also one of the hosts of the New Books in East Asian Studies podcast, where she interviews authors about their new books.

Research Interests: Manchu; translation studies; Sinicization