Graduate students interested in translation, regardless of their disciplinary homes, will create a forum to support one another. Participants will emphasize strategies for making their voices collectively heard in the development of translation studies-related curricula, events, and programming at the UW, as well as actively affirming the crucial role of translation in the scholarship of various academic fields.
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AmazonCrossing, an imprint of Amazon Publishing, has quickly become one of the most influential forces in translated literature, publishing more books in English translation than any other publisher in 2014.
Affect & Audience: Translational Poetics is curated by Amaranth Borsuk with an introduction by Sarah Dowling. It draws on the day-long symposium on January 29, 2016, which gathered poets, scholars, and activists to investigate contemporary scholarly, aesthetic, and activist projects...
As part of the Translation Studies Hub’s team-taught Translation Studies Across the Disciplines graduate seminar, Professor Brian Baer offered a talk titled “Current Trends in Translation Studies” on May 1st.