Posts Tagged ‘ translation ’

Translation and Transformation: International Modernism in the Classroom

Apr 6th, 2014 | By

In anticipation of Tuesday’s Reframing Multilingualism in the Classroom: A Poetic Celebration of Diversity (Tuesday, April 8, 11am-12pm, Stephen C. Hall Building 102), I’ve been thinking again about a fairly consistent topic in modernist studies: translation and the conversation surrounding the problems/promises that accompany it, such as the possibilities for transformation and deformation of the A-text.

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Digitizing Research Interests for the Classroom and the Job Market (D-Ped Seminar Topic for 9/14/11)

Sep 12th, 2011 | By

DIGITIZING RESEARCH INTERESTS FOR THE CLASSROOM AND THE JOB MARKET Katy Hanggi, Jennifer Holley, Kate Tanski, and Chris Weedman   Evaluation and Academic Tension Between Traditional and Digital Scholarship (Katy Hanggi) “Digital Humanities” is a term I have heard frequently, but I have not given it much consideration. My familiarity with it was limited to

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