This group provides a place for sharing and exchange of ideas in the field of translation studies. This includes translation theory, pedagogy, practice, etc.
Maheswari D deposited இலக்கியங்களில் மருத்துவச் சிந்தனைகள்/ THOUGHTS OF MEDICINE IN LITERATURE, Volume-2, March 2020 Special Issue-4, Vol-2 in the group Translation Studies on Humanities Commons 1 week, 6 days ago
This is the Vol – 2, SPECIAL ISSUE 4: VOL – 2, MARCH 2020 issue.
Maheswari D deposited இலக்கியங்களில் மருத்துவச் சிந்தனைகள்/ THOUGHTS OF MEDICINE IN LITERATURE, Volume-2, March 2020 Special Issue-4, Vol-1 in the group Translation Studies on Humanities Commons 2 weeks ago
This is the Vol – 2, SPECIAL ISSUE 4: VOL – 1, MARCH 2020 issue.
In this interview with Full Stop magazine editor Michael Schapira, I introduce my Full Stop fellowship project on translation & activism.
Gino Bonichi, better known as Scipione after the Roman general Scipio Africanus, was born in Macerata in 1904. He moved to Rome in 1909, where
he studied for a short period at the Academy of Fine Arts. Together with Mario Mafai and Antonietta Raphaël he was one of the founders of the so-called ‘Roman School’ or ‘Via Cavour School’, a group of…[Read more]
Three Poems by Bijan Elahi in the 25th-anniversary edition of Two Lines:
“My Scent that Doesn’t Pass” [بوی من که نمیآید]
“Dupin Detects” [Dupin Detects]
“Song of the Moon Hanging over the Fields of Damascus”
[معلقهی ماه روی دشتهای دمشق ]
The poetry of Teimuraz I’s marks a turning point in Georgian literary history. From 1629–34, the poet-king of Kartli and Kaxetia (eastern Georgia) undertook to produce a Georgian equivalent to Niẓāmī Ganjevī’s famed quintet (khamsa) that stands as one of the major achievements of classical Persian literature. While Teimuraz I imitated the form…[Read more]