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Author Gentzler, Edwin, 1951-
Title Translation and identity in the Americas : new directions in translation theory / Edwin Gentzler
Imprint New York : Routledge, 2007
book jacket
LOCATION CALL # STATUS OPACMSG BARCODE
 Euro-Am Studies Lib  418.02097 G2898 2008    AVAILABLE  -  30500101487752
Descript xvii, 214 p. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction : new definitions -- Multiculturalism in the United States -- Feminism and theater in (Quebec) Canada -- Cannibalism in Brazil -- The fictional turn in Latin America -- Border writing and the Caribbean -- Conclusion : new directions
"Building on research from a variety of disciplines including cultural studies, linguistics, feminism and ethnic studies and including case studies from Brazil, Canada and the Caribbean, this book shows that translation is one of the primary means by which a culture is constructed: translation in the Americas is less something that happens between separate and distinct cultures and more something that is capable of establishing those very cultures. Using a variety of texts and addressing minority and oppressed groups within cultures, Translation and Identity in the Americas highlights by example the cultural role translation policies play in a discriminatory process: the consequences of which can be social marginalization, loss of identity and psychological trauma."
Lib. has: Oxon : Routledge, c2008. EAS
"Translation and Identity in the Americas will be critical reading for students and scholars of Translation Studies, Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies."--BOOK JACKET
Subject Translating and interpreting -- North America
Translating and interpreting -- South America
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