She is professor of German literature, history and theory of translation at the Orientale University of Napoli. She is also the author of a collection of short stories and several reportages. Lisa Ginzburg contributes as a reporter to important newspapers, magazines and radios 8.
He is a co-organizer of the E. Helena Janeczeck, Born in Germany, she moved to Italy where she works as a writer, translator and copy-editor. Lisa Ginzburg contributed to several anthologies with short stories and important essays. Camilla Miglio, Marco Ottaiano. Editor, Hispanist and translator, he is the current editorial director of Fondazione Premio Napoli.
Silvio Perrella, Essayist, writer and author, he is an expert of Italian Literature of the 20th century. He also cooperates with Italian reviews and newspapers. NetworksNew networks were built with conventions with other institutions and festivals:The Financial investment was higher than foreseen, because it was necessary to give a maximumof visibility and prestige to the Project. The unexpected number of participants to the Inaugurationforced us to double the sum spent for the buffet within the short time of 2 hours.
We also invested a part of the grant for the documentation of the presentation with an operator thatfilmed the first two hours and also made a videoclip of it, that was set on a dedicated youtubechannel linked to the web site www. Second Step: Paris, 4. What can the history of psychoanalytical translations tell us onpsychoanalysis as a subject matter? After causing a particularly fiercecontroversy, has it finally achieved the status of a reference edition? What is the history of psychoanalytical translations in otherlanguages, such as Arabic, where translations were done from the French, or Italian?
What can it reveal on our comprehensive and analytical way of reading texts? What can it tell us on our translating psyche and its cathexes? On the languages moving across and through us, be they extinct or spoken, our father or mother tongues? On the kinds of desire and pleasure tied to a practice, translation, which is more often than not associated to frustration and suffering?
Indeed, translation is seen as the very origin of philosophy; Derrida was fond of saying that deconstruction was so many more languages than one. Psychoanalysis can be regarded both a subject and an object of study. If considered as anobject of study, psychoanalysis might also be investigated through the history of translation. Did this translation manage to become areference point, despite all sharp controversies surrounding it? In the United Kingdom the Standard Edition edited by James Stracheybetween and has been a reference point for a long time.
What happened to the translations into otherlanguages, as for example Italian? What happened to the Arabic translation, that used French as alanguage of mediation? Moreover, psychoanalysis interests us also as a subject — as a subject we can have a dialogue with.
We will discuss issues of translation. How can psychoanalysis contribute in order to understandhow to read a text, how to listen to in an analytical way? How can it contribute to investigate ourexperience of living between languages? Western philosophy has been linked to its Greek origins for too long, by locating knowledge over orbeyond languages and refusing to explore the differences between languages. Spreading: There was a good resonance in the realm of the French academic life and the spreadingon the territory was granted by a theatre evening open to the public where passages from Freud andDerrida were read by actors, together with the recorded voice of Henri Meschonnic.
She works on the history of translation. His research deals with issues of identity, both personal and social. He is interested in psychoanalysis and in theories of gender and sexuality, and has published a translation of the 'Schreber Case' for the new Penguin edition of the works of Freud. She now works in Egypt and edits the online journal Alawan. On top of this, the Mediterranean area is a space of storytelling - andtranslating.
This space is built up also through the process of translation; translation causes themovement of the internal borders of the Mediterranean area. Archaeology of translation can find the footprints of its own development in the folds of this space. During the 8thth centuries in Baghdad, Greek-speaking Syrians moving to the East, Phalevi-speaking Persians moving to the West, Arab-speaking Coptic Christians and Persian-speakingMuslim Arabs convey — by translating them into Arab — crucial texts of philosophy, medicine andnatural science which had been written by the Greeks and had already been translated into Syrianand Aramaic.
Europereceived its Hellenistic legacy through Arab translators. Arab domination added a furtherlinguistic nuance to Sicily, whose elite was already multilingual. Greek-speaking ex-Byzantinesubjects did not cut off completely their diplomatic contacts with Byzantium even during Arab,Norman and Hohenstaufen domination; they also used this link in order to acquire manuscripts tobe translated into Latin, even if during this age in Castile the translations from Arab were made notinto Latin but into the increasingly prestigious vernacular.
These are relatively deep stratifications of the activity of integration carried out by translatorswithin the Mediterranean. Two centuries before, the Ottomans had conquered Constantinople and extended the easternMediterranean up to the walls of Vienna — one last time in This is a date linked to ambivalentassociations.
Joseph von Hammer-Purgstall diplomatist, translator and establisher of the studies on Ottomanculture extends once more the Mediterranean area beyond Constantinople by translating the Divanof the Persian writer Mohammed Schemsed-din Hafis. This translation will have a deep influenceon German literature. At the same time, it isclear that translators today are operating — just like in pre-modern times — within a multilingualcontext.
More and more people are living and writing in a language different from the one theygrew up with. Laferls Univ. Salzburg pointed out the role ofthe Ottoman Empire into the family correspondence by Ferdinands I. In their speeches Prammer and Miglio clearlyshowed how a common perception about the existence of national literatures was only fictive andhow translations themselves came to be important part of what may be actually called a nationalliterature.
In recent times translators move themselves in multilingual contexts: using examples taken fromItalian literature written by female migrants from the eastern and southern Mediterranean, LidiaCurti Univ. Istanbul pointed out the coexistence ofplurilinguistic and multicultural contexts, and underlined the political importance of translators inTurkish history. Also Mohammad-Jilani Zouaghi Univ. Paris 8 using practical examples from the practices oftranslation of French texts into Arabic, showed how the choice of texts to be translated and many ofthe problems of translation connected to the tecniques of translation, can be seen as a real mirror ofthe relationship between France and the Maghrebinian States, and of the relationship of ametropolis and its north-African ex colonies.
Erlangen , the first translator of the original Arabic text of Thousand and one night in Germanlanguage made some remarks on the very particular genesis of that text and its translations. The firsttranslation of the collection of the Arabic stories appeared in Europe at the beginning of 18thcentury, edited by the French orientalist Antoine Galland. This constructed nature also appears in the history of translation and hybridization inthe Mediterranean.
From the eighth to the tenth century in Baghdad, crucial texts from Classical andHellenistic Greece dealing with philosophy, medicine, mathematics and natural sciences fromPlato and Aristotle to Hippocrates and Ptolemy were translated into Arabic. Latinwas indeed the common language of the medieval scientific community, the language in which aChristian theologian such as Thomas Aquinas might read not only Aristotle, but also his Arabcommentator Averroes.
The book Aristote au Mont-Saint-Michel. The Greek Roots of Christian Europe], written by French historian SylvainGouguenheim and published in , testifies to how explosive and controversial past translationhistory is. The author usesabstruse and often downright false arguments to prove the existence of an uninterrupted traditionreaching from Ancient Greece to the Christian Middle Ages thus stressing the affinity ofChristianity with the Hellenic mind. This fact is in such glaring contradiction with the political and wishful notion of a pureEuropean identity, however, that it is strongly repressed — one of the best examples being thequestion of admitting a supposedly non-European Turkey into the E.
Even if translation does not always take on such obviously political relevance, it has never played asubservient cultural role. The last two days of the Symposium November 14 and 15 took placeoutside academia in order to make translation and translators visible for a wider public. Lebt in Berlin als Schauspieler, Rezitator und freier Autor. Dann zog es ihnzum Theater. Mitglied des wissenschaftlichen Beirats der Series Catalogorum, hrsg. Jahrhundert Arbeiterbewegung, Zwischenkriegszeit, alternative theatralische Kommunikation , Experiment- undAvantgardetheater, komisches Theater, Medientheorie, Film- und Fernsehwissenschaft.
Johanna Borek, A. In den ern war erHerausgeber der Zeitschrift Arkzin, Zagreb. Publikationen u. Scritture ibride tra femminismo epostcoloniale Mitherausgeberin von The Postcolonial Question. Common Skies, Divided Horizons , it. Schermi indiani, linguaggi planetari Germanistikstudium in Frankfurt. Magister in Deutschdidaktik in Istanbul. Promotion in Translationswissenschaften in Istanbul. Habilitation in Translationswissenschaften. Schwerpunke: Zentraleuropa, Kultur- und Wissenschaftsgeschichte Caroline Herfert, Geboren , aufgewachsen in Liechtenstein.
Teilnahme an wissenschaftlichen Veranstaltungen und Projekten, u. Publikationen: mit S. Schwinghammer, M. Wagner Theater. Stuttgart ; Hermann Nitsch. Birbaumer, G. I in Druck. Federico Italiano, Geb. Seit wiss. Neueste wiss. Publikation: Tramiele e pietra. Aspetti di geopoetica in Montale e Celan, Milano, Mimesis, Paris 8. Paris 8 , T. Traduction etCommunication transculturelle, Univ. Marc Bloch, Strasbourg. Prosa aus dem Maghreb Heidelberg ; Mohnblumen auf schwarzem Filz.
Christopher F. Laferl, Geboren Literaturwissenschaftler und Historiker. Jahrhunderts u. Herausgeber der Familienkorrespondenz Ferdinands I. Camilla Miglio, Professorin f. Germanistik, und Lehrbeauftragte f. Uebersetzerin u. Poesia,Traduzione di una distanza Neapel ; Vita a fronte. Paul Celan e gli studicomparatistici Hg. Zuletzt erschienen u. Bruchlinien der Institutionskritik gem. Gabriele C.
Theater-, Film- und Medienwissenschaftd. Dokumentation zum GemeindeHOFtheater, ersch. Theater-, Film- und Medienwissenschaft. Theresia Prammer, Geb. Studium der Romanistik in Wien. Herausgeberin von Anthologien undDossiers. Award , Lana-Literaturstipendium Buchpublikationen als Autorin: Lesarten der Sprache. Einverleiben — Verlaufsformen poetischerRede , Klever Verlag. Zuletzt hrsg. Gedichte Schreibheft-Dossier zuPier Paolo Pasolini. York ; w. Nathalie Rouanet-Herlt, In Frankreich geboren. Lebt seit inKlosterneuburg bei Wien. Mandana Taban, Geboren in Teheran.
Weidinger, Geboren in Wien. Studierte Jus, Klassische Sprachen, Theaterwissenschaft u. Kunstgeschichte a. Prag; Unterrichtete a. Wissenschaftliche Schwerpunkte auf den Gebieten der Wissenschaftsgeschichte der Orientalistik sowie derMamlukengeschichte. Translation als soziale und kulturelle Praxis in der Habsburgermonarchie bis Toller, C.
Einstein, R. Goering, F. Jung, A. Hiller, L. Wolf, F. Koautor vonNouvelles du Monde arabe Le livre de Poche, This Summer School inquires issues related to the cultural translation of the concepts of homelandand nation. These are terms at a first look might seem to be based only to the different localidentities and for this reason might be wrongly considered as untranslatable.
Translation is then the keyword: a term that includes a vast area of research and that is particularlyrooted in the tradition of studies of University of Halle.
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Studying translation means studying the migration of epistemic elements and normative systems aswell as their relocation and reception in new contexts. As for the content of this Summer School, there have been some theoretical studies such ustranslation and cultural identity, the concept of Heimat and intercultural problems today, therelationship between margins and centers, the concept of insularity, the center-periphery relations. These have been followed by a series of meetings dedicated to specific aspects of the problem suchus the concept of Heimat in Germany, the idea of homeland and nation in Italy and many distinctivefeatures of different countries.
NetworksNew networks were built with conventions with other institutions and festivals. After completing herundergraduate programme, she has started graduate programme at the same university. She has been working as a lecturer at Istanbul University, FrenchDepartment of Translation and Interpretation since She is a translater Diderot, Gide und Pirandello. Member of the team directedby Stuart Hall at the University of Birmingham, Chambers was a representative of the Center for ContemporaryCultural Studies founded in Birmingham, who contributed to the creation of a flourishing branch of Anglo-Saxonsociology.
He founded the Centre for the Postcolonial Studies.
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He has published various monographs inEnglish and Italian which were translated in various languages. The main fields of his research are the urbanization; thepopular culture; music; memory and modernity. His main research interests are:linguistic typology and information structure, Indo-European historical syntax, Cushitic languages and literatures especially Somali, Saho and Oromo , Old Harari language and literature, ethnolinguistics aka anthropologicallinguistics , oral literatures and comparative poetry.
He is in the scientific board of the Seriescatalogorum devoted to the publication of inedited manuscripts funds of the Islamic world. Actually he works on therelations between the Iranian and the Turkish world. She worked as afreelance sworn translator for many years in Germany. She has been a member of the academic staff of the Universityof Istanbul, Faculty of Letters, Translation Studies Department, German Section since its foundation in and hasbeen teaching both in undergraduate and post graduate programs.
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