|Course Title||Translation and other Transformations: Theory and Practice|
|Time And Days||MW 1:00-2:30|
|Room Location||Hall 112|
|Additional Course Info||HU III|
Cross-listed in Classical Studies
Prerequisite: Students must be at least at the intermediate level in at least one language other than English.
An exploration of the theory and practice of translation (both historical and current) and of other forms of rewriting. Theoretical readings include works by Dryden, Schleiermacher, Arnold, Benjamin, Venuti, and others; examples of translation will be drawn from a variety of texts in different languages. Students will have the opportunity to work on translation projects of their own.
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