Events at The Centre for Translation and Intercultural Studies
CTIS Seminar: Technical Translation in 19th-Century Japan: Historicising and Decentring Notions of Translation
The social and material conditions under which translation was carried out in late nineteenth-century Japan differ radically from our contemporary norms. Consequently, the concept of translation itself was also wholly different. Indeed, some of what we now consider basic prerequisites for translation, such as a relatively sound knowledge of th..
CTIS Seminar: Translators as ‘Committed People Helping Others’: Social Responsibility, Digital Labour and the Role of For-Profit Institutions in Framing Discourses on Volunteer Translators
CTIS Seminar: Evangelising 19th-Century Italy? Translation and the Transnational Migration of Cheap Religious Tracts
CTIS Seminar: Claiming and Recognizing Expertise in Climate Science Internet Discourse: A Corpus-based Approach
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