Issues of Translation in Teaching
Issues of Translation in Teaching |
Literacy in Translation, led by Nina Berman, Leslie Moore, and Daniel Reff, continues its series on Monday, March 31 at 4:30 p.m. at the Knight House, 104 East 15th with a program organized and moderated by Professor Berman on ISSUES OF TRANSLATION IN TEACHING:
MARK BENDER (East Asian Languages and Literatures) will discuss how he uses The Columbia Anthology of Chinese Folk and Popular Literature; RICHARD FLETCHER (Classics) will talk about using contemporary non-linguistic, visual media to explain and explore the translation of ideas and concepts; and JULIA NELSON HAWKINS (Classics) will discuss how she teaches the ways in which classical Greek texts in translation influenced 20th c. court cases, such as Roe v. Wade and Evans v. Romer.
Interest in reading, writing, and translating across languages, domains, and media extends widely at The Ohio State University and beyond.
LiteracyStudies@OSU initiated the Literacy in Translation series in 2013 as a way to foster cross-disciplinary conversation and cooperation.
|Date and time:||March 31, 2014|
|Location:||Area on Campus: Knight House, 104 East 15th|