Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Rosemary Arrojo seminars in Germany

For our Germany-based students, Professor ROSEMARY ARROJO is the ZIS Guest Professor for Translation Studies at FTSK in Germersheim from 16 May - 17 June 2010.

Professor Arrojo will be at FTSK, the Germersheim Campus of the University of Mainz, for a month as Guest Professor in Translation Studies where she will be lecturing students on "Translation and Gender", giving a seminar on "The Ethics of Translation in Postmodernity" and holding two public lectures in Mainz and Germersheim.

Dates for the public lectures:

Borges Meets Nietzsche: 'Funes, his Memory' and the Illusive Pursuit
of Sameness"
Wednesday 2 June 2010, 6 p.m., University of Mainz, Atrium Maximum/Alte

"Representations of Translation in Latin American Fiction: Rodolfo
Walsh, Moacyr Scliar, and the Subverted Space of the Translator's
Tuesday 8 June 2010, 6 p.m., Germersheim Campus, Neubau, Rm 328

Rosemary Arrojo is well-known for her interdisciplinary work in the
fields of translation theory, Latin American literature, postcolonial
studies, deconstruction, psychoanalysis and gender studies.

The Guest Professorship is sponsored for the second time by ZIS, the
Centre for Intercultural Studies at the University of Mainz. Last year,
the Guest Professor was Lawrence Venuti.

Organiser and Contact:

Professor Dilek Dizdar
School of Translation and Interpreting Studies, Linguistics and Cultural Studies
Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germersheim

dizdar at uni-mainz.de


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