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Practical experience translating literary texts paired with reading and discussion of critical texts from translation studies. Exploration of the questions that translation raises about language, literature, authority, and power. Translation workshops and discussion of practical issues. Discussion of translations as a cultural force. Individual research projects on translation. (Not offered 2020-21).
Prerequisite: Comparative Literature 250 or English 250 or Anthropology 258 & a 300 level Language course (or equivalent) or consent of instructor.