Translation and Affect

Essays on sticky affects and translational affective labour

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In an age of AI and automated translation, the affective remains a decisively human condition. Translation and Affect is a collection of essays that investigate the role of affects and emotions across the spectrum of translatorial activities and areas, from public service interpreting to multilingual poetry recitals, from translator training to translation technology. In an effort at creating a consilient approach that bridges different research traditions in Translation Studies, Koskinen uses affective labour and affects and their stickiness as a lens to understand how it feels to translate and how translations feel. Written in a personal and engaging style, the book encourages readers interested in translation issues to look at translation as an affective practice and to explore and reflect their own ways of living with translation.
[Benjamins Translation Library, 152]  2020.  xii, 201 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
vii–viii
Preface: Living with translation
ix–xii
Chapter 1. Affecting and being affected: On the names and nature of affects
1–28
Chapter 2. Affective labour and sticky affects
29–43
Chapter 3. Appraising and modulating affective valence in translation
45–69
Chapter 4. The misery and splendour of translating
71–93
Chapter 5. Sticky affects, affective capital and interpreter performance
95–116
Chapter 6. Translation and the sense of space
117–141
Chapter 7. Translation technology and affect
143–156
Chapter 8. Affect and pedagogy: Reflexivity, empathy and empowerment
157–178
Chapter 9. Conclusions: Affecting and being affected
179–182
References
183–197
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Subjects

Translation & Interpreting Studies

Translation Studies
BIC Subject: CFP – Translation & interpretation
BISAC Subject: LAN023000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Translating & Interpreting
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