TRA 400 / COM 409 / HUM 400

Translation, Migration, Culture

Sandra L. Bermann

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This course will explore the crucial connections between migration, language, and translation. Drawing on texts from a range of genres and disciplines – from memoir and fiction to scholarly work in translation studies, migration studies, political science, anthropology, and sociology – we will focus on how language and translation affect the lives of those who move through and settle in other cultures, and how, in turn, human mobility affects language and modes of belonging.

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