G-LSUD4 ThApTIS 480 Representations of Translation/Interpreting in Literature and Film

Course type

Elective

Description

This course intends to approach different representations of translation and interpreting in literature and film, which will allow students to discuss the political, cultural and social significance of translation/interpreting in different time periods. Through the works presented in the course, an attempt will be made to situate translation and interpreting in the historical context of each work and identify any changes in their role in time. Some of the authors and directors that will be discussed include Brian Friel, Jhumpa Lahiri, Sofia Coppola, Vittorio de Sica, Michel Ocelot, and Sydney Pollack. Assessment: Final exam.

Teaching

Teaching hours: 3 | Credits: 3 | ECTS: 6

The course is not currently offerred.