TRA 400 / COM 409 / HUM 400

Translation, Migration and Culture

Sandra Lekas Bermann

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This course will explore the seldom-discussed connections between migration, language, and translation. While studying the movement of peoples, often in collaboration with the university- wide Sawyer Seminar, Global Migration: A Dialogue between the Humanities and Social Sciences, we will focus particular attention on the ways language and translation affect the lives of those who move through and settle in different cultures and of those who interact with them directly and indirectly.

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