Science, Translation and the Mangle: A Performative Conceptualization of Scientific Translation

@article{Olohan2017ScienceTA,
  title={Science, Translation and the Mangle: A Performative Conceptualization of Scientific Translation},
  author={Maeve Olohan},
  journal={Meta: Translators' Journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={61},
  pages={5-21}
}
  • Maeve Olohan
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
  • Meta: Translators' Journal
Against a backdrop of growing interest in historical and sociological approaches to the translation of science, this paper explores the conceptual potential of Andrew Pickering’s ‘mangle of practice’ (Pickering 1992; 1993; 1995; Pickering and Guzik 2008) as a sociological framework for research into the translation of science. Pickering’s approach is situated within a performative idiom of science and seeks to account for the interplay of material and human agency in scientific practice. It… Expand
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