Going East: Discovering New and Alternative Traditions in Translation Studies
Edited by Larisa Schippel and Cornelia Zwischenberger
A new volume from the “Transkulturalität – Translation – Transfer” series published by Frank & Timme.
This volume provides a comprehensive overview of various Eastern European traditions of thought on the subject of translation as well as the discipline of Translation Studies. It sheds a light on how these traditions developed, how they are related to and how they differ from Western traditions. The volume shows nationally-framed histories of translation and Translation Studies and presents Eastern European pioneers and trailblazing thinkers in the discipline. This collection of articles, however, also shows that it is at times hard or even impossible to draw the line between theoretical and/or scientific thinking and pre-theoretical and/or pre-scientific thinking on translation. Furthermore, it shows that our discipline’s beginnings, which are supposedly rooted in Western scholarship, may have to be rethought and, consequently, rewritten.
Larisa Schippel is Professor in Transcultural Communication at the Centre for Translation Studies at the University of Vienna.
Cornelia Zwischenberger is Assistant Professor in Translation Studies at the Centre for Translation Studies at the University of Vienna.
Posted by The Editors on 16th Jan 2017
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