The Translation Zone

The book speaks to a range of disciplines and spans the globe.

Author: Emily Apter

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 1400841216

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 312

View: 801

Translation, before 9/11, was deemed primarily an instrument of international relations, business, education, and culture. Today it seems, more than ever, a matter of war and peace. In The Translation Zone, Emily Apter argues that the field of translation studies, habitually confined to a framework of linguistic fidelity to an original, is ripe for expansion as the basis for a new comparative literature. Organized around a series of propositions that range from the idea that nothing is translatable to the idea that everything is translatable, The Translation Zone examines the vital role of translation studies in the "invention" of comparative literature as a discipline. Apter emphasizes "language wars" (including the role of mistranslation in the art of war), linguistic incommensurability in translation studies, the tension between textual and cultural translation, the role of translation in shaping a global literary canon, the resistance to Anglophone dominance, and the impact of translation technologies on the very notion of how translation is defined. The book speaks to a range of disciplines and spans the globe. Ultimately, The Translation Zone maintains that a new comparative literature must take stock of the political impact of translation technologies on the definition of foreign or symbolic languages in the humanities, while recognizing the complexity of language politics in a world at once more monolingual and more multilingual.

Tawada Yoko

18. Emily Apter, The Translation Zone: A New Comparative Literature (Princeton:
University Press, 2006). Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Death of a Discipline (New
York: Columbia University Press, 2003). 19. Lawrence Venuti, The Translator's ...

Author: Doug Slaymaker

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 1498590055

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 296

View: 118

This collection draws from scholars across different languages to address and assess the scholarly achievements of Tawada Yōko. Yōko, born in Japan (1960) and based in Germany, writes and presents in both German and Japanese. The contributors of this volume recognize her as one of the most important contemporary international writers. Her published books alone number more than fifty volumes, with roughly the same number in German and Japanese. Tawada’s writing unfolds at the intersections of borders, whether of language, identity, nationality, or gender. Her characters are all travelers of some sort, often foreigners and outsiders, caught in surreal in-between spaces, such as between language and culture, or between species, subjectivities, and identities. Sometimes they exist in the spaces between gendered and national identities; sometimes they are found caught between reality and the surreal, perhaps madness. Tawada has been one of the most prescient and provocative thinkers on the complexities of travelling and living in the contemporary world, and thus has always been obsessed with passports and trouble at borders. This current volume was conceived to augment the first edited volume of Tawada’s work, Yōko Tawada: Voices from Everywhere, which appeared from Lexington Books in 2007. That volume represented the first extensive English language coverage of Tawada’s writing. In the meantime, there is increased scholarly interest in Tawada’s artistic activity, and it is time for more sustained critical examinations of her output. This collection gathers and analyzes essays that approach the complex international themes found in many of Tawada’s works.

Comparison

34 Emily Apter, The Translation Zone: A New Comparative Literature (Princeton,
NJ: Princeton Univ. Press, 2006), xi. 35 Apter ... 39 Sandra Bermann, “
Introduction,” in Nation, Language, and the Ethics of Translation, ed. Sandra
Bermann and ...

Author: Rita Felski

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 1421409496

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 352

View: 434

Ultimately, Comparison argues for the importance of greater self-reflexivity about the politics and methods of comparison in teaching and in research.

Contexts Subtexts and Pretexts

This volume presents Eastern Europe and Russia as a distinctive translation zone, despite significant internal differences in language, religion and history.

Author: Brian James Baer

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN: 9027224374

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 332

View: 386

This volume presents Eastern Europe and Russia as a distinctive translation zone, despite significant internal differences in language, religion and history. The persistence of large multilingual empires, which produced bilingual and even polyglot readers, the shared experience of "belated modernity and the longstanding practice of repressive censorship produced an incredibly vibrant, profoundly politicized, and highly visible culture of translation throughout the region as a whole. The individual contributors to this volume examine diverse manifestations of this shared translation culture from the Romantic Age to the present day, revealing literary translation to be at times an embarrassing reminder of the region s cultural marginalization and reliance on the West and at other times a mode of resistance and a metaphor for cultural supercession. This volume demonstrates the relevance of this region to the current scholarship on alternative translation traditions and exposes some of the Western assumptions that have left the region underrepresented in the field of Translation Studies."

Against World Literature

Against World Literature: On the Politics of Untranslatability argues for a rethinking of comparative literature focusing on the problems that emerge when large-scale paradigms of literary studies ignore the politics of the ...

Author: Emily Apter

Publisher: Verso Books

ISBN: 1784780022

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 368

View: 816

Against World Literature: On the Politics of Untranslatability argues for a rethinking of comparative literature focusing on the problems that emerge when large-scale paradigms of literary studies ignore the politics of the “Untranslatable”—the realm of those words that are continually retranslated, mistranslated, transferred from language to language, or especially resistant to substitution. In the place of “World Literature”—a dominant paradigm in the humanities, one grounded in market-driven notions of readability and universal appeal—Apter proposes a plurality of “world literatures” oriented around philosophical concepts and geopolitical pressure points. The history and theory of the language that constructs World Literature is critically examined with a special focus on Weltliteratur, literary world systems, narrative ecosystems, language borders and checkpoints, theologies of translation, and planetary devolution in a book set to revolutionize the discipline of comparative literature. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Effect of Species Diffusion and Heat Conduction on Nonequilibrium Flows Behind Strong Shocks

This latter solution applies within the translation zone , where relaxation rates are
neglected by virtue of the basic assumption . The analysis of the relaxation zone
is further simplified by dropping terms of order so KI , and P being , respectively ...

Author: Walter E. Gibson

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Gas flow

Page: 82

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V S Naipaul Caribbean Writing and Caribbean Thought

Emily Apter , The Translation Zone : A New Comparative Literature ( Princeton :
Princeton University Press , 2006 ) , p . 160 . 63 text documents the acts of
circumlocution or referential failure , 154 V.S. NAIPAUL AND OTHER
TRADITIONS OF ...

Author: William Ghosh

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0198861109

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 208

View: 586

Combining an intellectual biography of V.S. Naipaul with a history of cultural thought in the postcolonial Caribbean, this book gives a revisionary portrait of one of the great authors of the twentieth century, and tells an insightful and compelling story about the evolution of Caribbean ideas.

The Oulipo and Modern Thought

86–90 Andrews, Chris, Inspiration and the Oulipo', Studies in 20th & 21st Century
Literature 29.1 (2005): 9–28 Apter, Emily, The Translation Zone: A New
Comparative Literature (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2006) Arnaud,
Noël, ...

Author: Dennis Duncan

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0198831633

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 192

View: 785

The impact of the Oulipo (Ouvroir de Litterature Potentielle), one of the most important groups of experimental writers of the late twentieth century, is still being felt in contemporary literature, criticism, and theory, both in Europe and the US. Founded in 1960 and still active today, this Parisian literary workshop has featured among its members such notable writers as Italo Calvino, Georges Perec, and Raymond Queneau, all sharing in its light-hearted, slightly boozy bonhomie, the convivial antithesis of the fractious, volatile coteries of the early twentieth-century avant-garde. For the last fifty years the Oulipo has undertaken the same simple goal: to investigate the potential of 'constraints' in the production of literature--that is, formal procedures such as anagrams, acrostics, lipograms (texts which exclude a certain letter), and other strange and complex devices. Yet, far from being mere parlour games, these methods have been frequently used as part of a passionate--though sometimes satirical--involvement with the major intellectual currents of the mid-twentieth century. Structuralism, psychoanalysis, Surrealism, analytic philosophy: all come under discussion in the group's meetings, and all find their way in the group's exercises in ways that, while often ironic, are also highly informed. Using meeting minutes, correspondence, and other material from the Oulipo archive at the Bibliotheque nationale de France, The Oulipo and Modern Thought shows how the group have used constrained writing as means of puckish engagement with the debates of their peers, and how, as the broader intellectual landscape altered, so too would the group's conception of what constrained writing can achieve.

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Languages and the Military

See http://www.reading.ac.uk/languagesatwar. References Aldrich, Richard.
2002.'“Grow YourOwn”: Cold WarIntelligence and History Supermarkets'.
Intelligenceand NationalSecurity 17 (1): 135–52. Apter, Emily.2006. The
Translation Zone.

Author: H. Footitt

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137033088

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 249

View: 372

Through detailed case studies ranging from the 18th century until today,this book explores the role of foreign languages in military alliances, in occupation and in peace building. It brings together academic researchers and practitioners from the museum and interpreting worlds and the military.

Posidonius The translation of the fragments

And further evidence , he says , that all this is peculiar to these zones is that the
people to the south of them have a more temperate climate , and a country that is
more fertile and better watered . ( 4 ) Criticism of Polybius ' six - zone theory ( a ) ...

Author: Posidonius

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Greek prose literature

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Arduous Tasks

The first book to study Levi and translation, Arduous Tasks overcomes the conventional views of the separation between his own personal memoirs and his translations by stressing the centrality of translation in Levi's entire corpus.

Author: Lina N. Insana

Publisher: Toronto Italian Studies (Hardc

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 319

View: 940

One of twentieth-century Italy's greatest thinkers, Primo Levi (1919-1987) started reflecting on the Holocaust almost immediately after his return home from the year he survived in Auschwitz. Levi's powerful Holocaust testimonials reveal his preoccupation with processes of translation, in the form of both embedded and book-length renderings of texts relevant to Holocaust survival. In Arduous Tasks, Lina N. Insana demonstrates how translation functions as a metaphor for the transmission of Holocaust testimony and broadens the parameters of survivor testimony. The first book to study Levi and translation, Arduous Tasks overcomes the conventional views of the separation between his own personal memoirs and his translations by stressing the centrality of translation in Levi's entire corpus. Examining not only the testimonial nature of his work, Insana also discusses the transgressive and performative aspects of transmission in his writings. Arduous Tasks is a superb and innovative study on the importance of translation not only to Levi, but also to Holocaust studies in general.

Archives of Authority

If the zone of translation “applies to diasporic language communities, print and
media public spheres, institutions of governmentality and language policy-
making, theatres of war.” how do these zones become sites for a particular kind of
 ...

Author: Andrew N. Rubin

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 1400842174

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 200

View: 928

Combining literary, cultural, and political history, and based on extensive archival research, including previously unseen FBI and CIA documents, Archives of Authority argues that cultural politics--specifically America's often covert patronage of the arts--played a highly important role in the transfer of imperial authority from Britain to the United States during a critical period after World War II. Andrew Rubin argues that this transfer reshaped the postwar literary space and he shows how, during this time, new and efficient modes of cultural transmission, replication, and travel--such as radio and rapidly and globally circulated journals--completely transformed the position occupied by the postwar writer and the role of world literature. Rubin demonstrates that the nearly instantaneous translation of texts by George Orwell, Thomas Mann, W. H. Auden, Richard Wright, Mary McCarthy, and Albert Camus, among others, into interrelated journals that were sponsored by organizations such as the CIA's Congress for Cultural Freedom and circulated around the world effectively reshaped writers, critics, and intellectuals into easily recognizable, transnational figures. Their work formed a new canon of world literature that was celebrated in the United States and supposedly represented the best of contemporary thought, while less politically attractive authors were ignored or even demonized. This championing and demonizing of writers occurred in the name of anti-Communism--the new, transatlantic "civilizing mission" through which postwar cultural and literary authority emerged.

Dandyism and Transcultural Modernity

The Dandy, the Flaneur, and the Translator in 1930s Shanghai, Tokyo, and Paris
Hsiao-yen Peng ... First published in 1992. Also Emily Aptor, The Translation
Zone: A New Comparative Literature (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006
).

Author: Hsiao-yen Peng

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136941754

Category: History

Page: 280

View: 550

This book views the Neo-Sensation mode of writing as a traveling genre, or style, that originated in France, moved on to Japan, and then to China. The author contends that modernity is possible only on "the transcultural site"—transcultural in the sense of breaking the divide between past and present, elite and popular, national and regional, male and female, literary and non-literary, inside and outside. To illustrate the concept of transcultural modernity, three icons are highlighted on the transcultural site: the dandy, the flaneur, and the translator. Mere flaneurs and flaneurses simply float with the tide of heterogeneous information on the transcultural site, whereas the dandy/flaneur and the cultural translator, propellers of modernity, manage to bring about transformative creation. Their performance marks the essence of transcultural modernity: the self-consciousness of working on the threshold, always testing the limits of boundaries and tempted to go beyond them. To develop the concept of dandyism—the quintessence of transcultural modernity—the Neo-Sensation gender triad formed by the dandy, the modern girl, and the modern boy is laid out. Writers discussed include Liu Na’ou, a Shanghai dandy par excellence from Taiwan, Paul Morand, who looked upon Coco Chanel the female dandy as his perfect other self, and Yokomitsu Riichi, who developed the theory of Neo-Sensation from Kant’s the-thing-in-itself.

Translation Translation

What I concern myself with here is the investigation of the area in - between the
original and the translation , that zone in which two languages and two cultures
come together and fuse in a kind of cross - fertilization where their distinctive
traits ...

Author: Susan Petrilli

Publisher: Rodopi

ISBN: 9789042009479

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 660

View: 345

Translation Translation contributes to current debate on the question of translation dealt with in an interdisciplinary perspective, with implications not only of a theoretical order but also of the didactic and the practical orders. In the context of globalization the question of translation is fundamental for education and responds to new community needs with reference to Europe and more extensively to the international world. In its most obvious sense translation concerns verbal texts and their relations among different languages. However, to remain within the sphere of verbal signs, languages consist of a plurality of different languages that also relate to each other through translation processes. Moreover, translation occurs between verbal languages and nonverbal languages and among nonverbal languages without necessarily involving verbal languages. Thus far the allusion is to translation processes within the sphere ofanthroposemiosis. But translation occurs among signs and the signs implicated are those of the semiosic sphere in its totality, which are not exclusively signs of the linguistic-verbal order. Beyond anthroposemiosis, translation is a fact of life and invests the entire biosphere or biosemiosphere, as clearly evidenced by research in “biosemiotics”, for where there is life there are signs, and where there are signs or semiosic processes there is translation, indeed semiosic processes are translation processes. According to this approach reflection on translation obviously cannot be restricted to the domain of linguistics but must necessarily involve semiotics, the general science or theory of signs. In this theoretical framework essays have been included not only from major translation experts, but also from researchers working in different areas, in addition to semiotics and linguistics, also philosophy, literary criticism, cultural studies, gender studies, biology, and the medical sciences. All scholars work on problems of translation in the light of their own special competencies and interests.

Data Center Fundamentals

Zone data files hold information about forward and reverse zones: • Forward
zones ... As an example, a forward zone provides the translation between www.
example.com and the IP address associated with this name— 192.0.2.80. •
Reverse ...

Author: Mauricio Arregoces

Publisher: Cisco Press

ISBN: 9781587140747

Category: Computers

Page: 1104

View: 672

Master the basics of data centers to build server farms that enhance your Web site performance Learn design guidelines that show how to deploy server farms in highly available and scalable environments Plan site performance capacity with discussions of server farm architectures and their real-life applications to determine your system needs Today's market demands that businesses have an Internet presence through which they can perform e-commerce and customer support, and establish a presence that can attract and increase their customer base. Underestimated hit ratios, compromised credit card records, perceived slow Web site access, or the infamous "Object Not Found" alerts make the difference between a successful online presence and one that is bound to fail. These challenges can be solved in part with the use of data center technology. Data centers switch traffic based on information at the Network, Transport, or Application layers. Content switches perform the "best server" selection process to direct users' requests for a specific service to a server in a server farm. The best server selection process takes into account both server load and availability, and the existence and consistency of the requested content. Data Center Fundamentals helps you understand the basic concepts behind the design and scaling of server farms using data center and content switching technologies. It addresses the principles and concepts needed to take on the most common challenges encountered during planning, implementing, and managing Internet and intranet IP-based server farms. An in-depth analysis of the data center technology with real-life scenarios make Data Center Fundamentals an ideal reference for understanding, planning, and designing Web hosting and e-commerce environments.

Perspectives on Literature and Translation

Critical reviewers contribute to those paratextual effects which function in the
translation zone, with the power either to maintain or to subvert stereotypical
imaginings of a foreign culture for its readership.13 Space does not allow me to
go into ...

Author: Brian Nelson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134521944

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 232

View: 707

This volume explores the relationship between literature and translation from three perspectives: the creative dimensions of the translation process; the way texts circulate between languages; and the way texts are received in translation by new audiences. The distinctiveness of the volume lies in the fact that it considers these fundamental aspects of literary translation together and in terms of their interconnections. Contributors examine a wide variety of texts, including world classics, poetry, genre fiction, transnational literature, and life writing from around the world. Both theoretical and empirical issues are covered, with some contributors approaching the topic as practitioners of literary translation, and others writing from within the academy.

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Strain

The results from this study support the third hypothesis that total tibial translation
increases 116 % with a 76 ... So , despite the fact that the knee can translate
within the neutral translation zone there is a region where the ACL loading will
not ...

Author: Thomas J. Withrow

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ASQC Annual Quality Congress Proceedings

The model has three distinctive parts : the strategic zone , the translation zones ,
and the operations zone . The strategic zone addresses the areas of leadership ,
business strategy , and organizational culture . In the leadership area , inquiry is
 ...

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World Literature in Theory

What is a translator to do in the absence of a clear source text and the lack of
contextual information, except to use his or her own ... By what definition can her
work be called translation? ... The Translation Zone: A New Comparative
Literature.

Author: David Damrosch

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118457676

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 544

View: 142

World Literature in Theory provides a definitive exploration of the pressing questions facing those studying world literature today. Coverage is split into four parts which examine the origins and seminal formulations of world literature, world literature in the age of globalization, contemporary debates on world literature, and localized versions of world literature Contains more than 30 important theoretical essays by the most influential scholars, including Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Hugo Meltzl, Edward Said, Franco Moretti, Jorge Luis Borges, and Gayatri Spivak Includes substantive introductions to each essay, as well as an annotated bibliography for further reading Allows students to understand, articulate, and debate the most important issues in this rapidly changing field of study