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Monthly Archives: January, 2014

Translation – Memory

Translating the Classics: a conversation with Nicola Gardini on his forthcoming translation of Catullus’ Carmina (University of Oxford) Another translation of Catullus in Italian… Is it still so important to … Continue reading

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Translation – Academia

Translating Italy: a conversation with Peter Robinson (University of Reading) You have translated work by some of Italy’s most important twentieth-century poets — Ungaretti, Pozzi, Sereni and Erba, for instance. … Continue reading

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Translation – Critic’s corner

Poetry, Publishing and Translation Studies by Mila Milani (University of Reading) It is no doubt that poetry in translation is generally conceived as an elite genre, closed into some sort … Continue reading

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Translation – Voices

Dubbing Italy: Thoughts on dubbing’s two-fold domestication by Carla Mereu Keating (PhD, University of Reading) It is well-known that in the mid-1930s the fascist government regulated the practice of dubbing … Continue reading

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