Faculty of Arts


TRANSLAT 719

Translation Theories and Paradigms


Description

This course is designed to engender a greater understanding of the real nature of translation as an academic discipline as well as the practical dimension of the translator’s task. You will gain an insight into the complex and interdisciplinary nature of translation, which intersects a range of fields from cultural studies to sociology. You will become familiar with the many valuable ways of approaching translation by examining how contemporary translation theories intertwine with cultural, historical and sociopolitical and technological points of view. You will learn to apply different theoretical principles, methods and strategies in a wide range of translation scenarios.

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Availability 2019

Semester 1

Lecturer(s)

Coordinator(s) Dr Minako O'Hagan

Points

TRANSLAT 719: 30.0 points

Restrictions

TRANSLAT 702, 703


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