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A History of Twentieth Century Translation Theory and Its Application for Bible Translation
This article studies the development of twentieth century translation theory. This was a period during which significant theoretical contributions were made in both secular and Bible translationExpand
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Functionalism and foreignisation: applying skopos theory to bible translation
This thesis considers the practice of Bible translation from the perspective of contemporary translation studies and provides a fresh translation and accompanying commentary of aspects of Paul'sExpand
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This article considers the notion of foreignisation with respect to Bible translation, a concept originating with Schleiermacher but repopularised in the 1990s by Lawrence Venuti. ‘ForeignisingExpand
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Translation as Cultural Interchange : Rendering the Foreign in Minority Languages
The concept of foreignisation in Translation Studies was given fresh impetus in an influential 1995 publication by Lawrence Venuti titled The Translator's Invisibility, which has since becomeExpand
Internships at the World Health Organization, leader in international public health
Over the past century, we have witnessed the eradication of smallpox, drastic reductions in the global incidence of polio, and highly coordinated international responses to control the spread ofExpand
Equivalence and Bible Translation: Cultural Concerns and Concepts
The goal of this article is to consider the general notion of equivalence in Bible translation, including Eugene Nida’s concept of dynamic equivalence, together with a discussion of contemporaryExpand