Rethinking Literary Translation
Literary translation has come to be theorised as a dynamic and problematic process, central to comparative literature and shedding light on cross-cultural encounter, colonisation and the postcolonial. Alongside such theoretical considerations, students will undertake a practical translation project between languages in which they have expertise.
If you are interested in taking this course, please contact the Postgraduate Adviser well in advance to select a supervisor prior to enrolment.
Not taught in 2024
COMPLIT 711: 15 points