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Reading List: 10 Recommended Books Published in Translation

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Between 10 and 14 December 2018, the LSE Review of Books blog has been running a Translation and […]

Interview: Q&A with translator John Pluecker

In this Q&A, we speak to John Pluecker, the translator of the recently reviewed book Gore Capitalism, about his […]

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    Feature Essay: Investigating LGBTQ+ Issues in Translation by Michela Baldo, Jonathan Evans and Ting Guo

Feature Essay: Investigating LGBTQ+ Issues in Translation by Michela Baldo, Jonathan Evans and Ting Guo

Ahead of their special issue of Translation and Interpreting Studies on the theme of Translation and LGBT+/Queer Activism – […]

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    Feature Essay: Language Movements and Democracy in India by Mithilesh Kumar Jha

Feature Essay: Language Movements and Democracy in India by Mithilesh Kumar Jha

In this feature essay, Language Movements and Democracy in India, Mithilesh Kumar Jha draws on his recent book Language Politics […]

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    Feature Essay: Translating Frantz Fanon Across Continents and Languages by Kathryn Batchelor, Sue-Ann Harding and Christina Kullberg

Feature Essay: Translating Frantz Fanon Across Continents and Languages by Kathryn Batchelor, Sue-Ann Harding and Christina Kullberg

Les Damnés de la terre (The Wretched of the Earth) remains one of Frantz Fanon’s most significant works, written […]

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    Author Interview: Q&A with Olga Castro and Emek Ergun, editors of Feminist Translation Studies: Local and Transnational Perspectives

Author Interview: Q&A with Olga Castro and Emek Ergun, editors of Feminist Translation Studies: Local and Transnational Perspectives

In this author interview, we speak to Olga Castro and Emek Ergun about their recent edited collection, Feminist Translation […]

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    Interview: Introducing the ‘Penguin European Writers’ series: Q&A with assistant editor Isabel Wall

Interview: Introducing the ‘Penguin European Writers’ series: Q&A with assistant editor Isabel Wall

In April 2018, Penguin launched their new ‘Penguin European Writers’ series, which features forgotten twentieth-century classics by authors of […]

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    Feature Essay: The Case of Brexit, Expertise and Linguaphobia: Cosmopolitanism, Language and the Politics of Value by Sarah Burton

Feature Essay: The Case of Brexit, Expertise and Linguaphobia: Cosmopolitanism, Language and the Politics of Value by Sarah Burton

In this feature essay, The Case of Brexit, Expertise and Linguaphobia: Cosmopolitanism, Language and the Politics of Value, Sarah Burton argues […]

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    Book Extract: Sympathy for the Traitor: A Translation Manifesto by Mark Polizzotti

Book Extract: Sympathy for the Traitor: A Translation Manifesto by Mark Polizzotti

Between 10 and 14 December 2018, the LSE Review of Books blog is running a Translation and Multilingualism Week. This feature […]

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    Editorial: Introducing the LSE Review of Books Translation and Multilingualism Week

Editorial: Introducing the LSE Review of Books Translation and Multilingualism Week

Between 10 and 14 December 2018, the LSE Review of Books blog is running a Translation and Multilingualism Week. In […]

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