30th November, 2021 / 12:30 - 13:30
15th June, 2016
Like any discipline in the arts and humanities, translation studies tends to echo paradigmatic change and global theoretical fashions. There exists, however, little to no reflection on the interrelation between cross-cultural communication and critical theory, nor has any attempt been made to construct a critical methodology that accounts for the fate of translation under capitalist social relations. This lecture will provide an overview of the intersections across translation research and critical social thinking, situating three pivotal spaces of translation – heterotopian, dystopian, and utopian – against the backdrop of capitalist globalization.
We have come across some really excellent, impactful and innovative examples of student led #KE in our work, we are looking forward to hearing more from these case studies and getting an overview of the recent Engaging Students in KE call from @ResEngland at this @InfoTCCE event twitter.com/suzietcce/stat…