- IHC MCCUNE ROOM
This symposium marks the first anniversary of the Translation Studies
Doctoral Emphasis at UCSB. Translation engages both
national and cosmopolitan concerns, brings together diverse interests,
disciplines, and communities; translation crosses the divide between literary practice and theory, Western and non-Western world views.
1:30: Welcome, David Marshall, Dean, Division of the Humanities and Fine Arts
2-4 PM: Panel
Dominique Jullien (UCSB), chair
David Bellos (Princeton University),
"The Myth of Literal Translation"
Eli Evans (UC Santa Barbara), "Anabasis Without End: Javier Marías' TU ROSTRO MAñANA and translational narrative"
Jordan A. Yamaji Smith (UC Los Angeles), "On Translationscapes: Institutional Ideology and the Permutations of World Literature"
Michael Heim (UC Los Angeles),
"Translation and Linguistic Ecology"
4:30-6 PM: Round table on Translation Practices: Implications for the Humanities?
Suzanne Jill Levine, UCSB, moderator
Efrain Kristal, UCLA
Romy Sutherland, UCLA
Michael Berry, UCSB
Jon Snyder, UCSB
Co-sponsored by the Series in Contemporary Literature, the Consortium for Literature, Theory & Culture, the IHC, the Departments of East Asian Studies and Spanish & Portuguese, and the Program in Comparative Literature.