Cultures in Translation
Interdisciplinary Studies in Language, Translation, Culture and Literature
Cultures in Translation. Interdisciplinary Studies in Language, Translation, Culture and Literature is a series engaging in issues of liaisons between culture and translation as well as translation-related themes within comparative studies. Books published in the series will concern the mediating role of translation in the construction of our understanding of both one’s "own" culture and the cultures of "others". The problem of the cultural dimension of translation will be addressed from a broad range of languages and cultures. The series will provide theoretical and practical guidance towards the development of culture-sensitive strategies of translation.
The language of the series is English. However, we are also willing to consider relevant manuscripts in other major languages.
Figurations of Loss in John Berryman's Dream SongsVolume 5©2021 Monographs 158 Pages
Linguistic Worldview in Literary TranslationVolume 4©2021 Monographs 194 Pages
Conflicting Spaces in Translation and CultureVolume 3©2020 Edited Collection 284 Pages
Translation and Its OthersVolume 2©2017 Edited Collection 202 Pages
The Politics of Translation and the Poetics of ImitationVolume 1©2017 Edited Collection 214 Pages