Instructors
Cheshire, Denham, Ewington, Fache, Henke, Joubin, Kietrys

This seminar addresses theoretical and practical aspects of literary translation, underscoring translation as both a distinctive form of creative writing and a demonstration of cross-cultural and linguistic competencies. Coursework includes regular literary translation, theoretical and historical readings, peer review, and a substantial final project and writing portfolio. The course explores translation across languages and cultures, but also issues of genre, adaptation, register, period, colonial and post-colonial literary and cultural relations, canonicity and innovation, for example.

Satisfies a requirement in the English major.
Satisfies a requirement in the Chinese Language & Literature Major.
Satisfies a requirement in the Russian Langauge and Literature Major.
Counts as an elective in the German Studies major and minor.

Prerequisites
Intermediate competence (one course beyond 201) in at least one language besides English and prior satisfaction of the Literary Studies, Creative Writing, and Rhetoric requirement.

Class Details
Course LIT 432
Section 0
CRN 20297
Time W
Time 0110 - 0400pm
Building 147 WATSON
Instructor Amanda Ewington
Notes
Max 16
Current 0
Remaining 16
Semester Spring 2022