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Title: Marginalia
Editor: Hartama-Heinonen, Ritva; Kukkonen, Pirjo
Publisher: University of Helsinki, Nordica/Department of Finnish, Finno-Ugrian and Scandinavian Studies, Swedish Translation Studies
Date: 2020-03-04
Belongs to series: Volume 4
ISSN: L 1799-3156
1799-3156
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/312804
Abstract: 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.
Subject: translation
translation studies
semiotics
theatre translation
intersemiotic translation
song translation
localisation
literary polysystem
Hamiltonian method
amorous discourse
translation policy
semiospheres
Subject (ysa): translation
Translation Studies
semiotics
culture
art studies
Rights: © 2020 Department of Finnish, Finno-Ugrian and Scandinavian Studies, University of Helsinki, and the authors
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    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.

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