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Asserting, Renewing, and Expanding: The Littérisation of Contemporary Haitian Literature

@inproceedings{HerrmannBell2013AssertingRA,
  title={Asserting, Renewing, and Expanding: The Litt{\'e}risation of Contemporary Haitian Literature},
  author={Bevin Herrmann-Bell},
  year={2013}
}
  • Bevin Herrmann-Bell
  • Published 2013
  • Art
  • As a result of the “cultural turn” in translation studies, attention has shifted away from the back and forth study of source and target text and has begun to consider the many complexities that go into shaping a nation’s cultural space, as well as how literature, translations, and other expressions of culture are embedded within their social contexts. In studying the emergence of various types of translations in their respective socio-political contexts, it becomes apparent the production of… CONTINUE READING

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