Vol. 4: MARGINALIA

 

The authors of this volume look beyond the mainstream ques­tions in their respective fields and instead write on topics that are marginal. At first glance, these are topics that are non-essential, yet are worth examining due to the dynamic nature of the periphery. Translation and inter­pretation is, in other words, approached from a marginal or peripheral perspective, which proves to be a positive force that sheds light on originally small and strange issues, and thus demon­strates the power of margins, words and translation.

Acta Translatologica Helsingiensia (ATH) is an international series and a multilingual scientific journal with full-length refereed articles published by Swedish Translation Studies at Nordica, Department of Finnish, Finno-Ugrian and Scandinavian Studies, University of Helsinki. The goal of this publication is to promote interdisciplinary theoretical, empirical, and applied research on questions related to the pro­fessional fields of translating and inter­preting as well as Translation and Inter­preting Studies. The series is primarily an open access elec­tronic publica­tion.

Uusimmat julkaisut

  • Hartama-Heinonen, Ritva; Kukkonen, Pirjo (University of Helsinki, Nordica/Department of Finnish, Finno-Ugrian and Scandinavian Studies, Swedish Translation Studies, 2020)
    Volume 4
    The authors of this volume look beyond the mainstream ques­tions in their respective fields and instead write on topics that are marginal. At first glance, these are topics that are non-essential, yet are worth examining due to the dynamic nature of the periphery. Translation and inter­pretation is, in other words, approached from a marginal or peripheral perspective, which proves to be a positive force that sheds light on originally small and strange issues, and thus demon­strates the power of margins, words and translation.