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BEYOND MEDIATION? EXPLORING TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION IN THE CURRENT GLOBALIZED LANDSCAPE

BEYOND MEDIATION? EXPLORING TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION IN THE CURRENT GLOBALIZED LANDSCAPE

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Title: BEYOND MEDIATION? EXPLORING TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION IN THE CURRENT GLOBALIZED LANDSCAPE
Author: Hebert, Lyse
Sponsor: The contributions included in this volume, a collection of papers selected after the conference, are sophisticated engagements with translation as a concept. The authors position themselves in relation to the contemporary literature in the field of translation studies, but they also move beyond the field’s established disciplinary boundaries. That is the most outstanding feature of the present collection. These articles bring translation in conversation with such diverse range of fields as fashion studies, nonviolent communication, anthropology, aboriginal studies, art history, and language policy and planning. In so doing, they are original contributions in their own right. Importantly, they are also relevant evidence for current debates on the boundaries and the territorialities of the field of translation studies, Glendon College,York University
Type: Book
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10315/27982
Published: Glendon College, York University
ISBN: 978-1-55014-5984
Date: 2014

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