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Bastin, Georges L. and Paul Fadio Bandia, eds. 2006. Charting the future of translation history (Perspectives on Translation). Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press. 344 pp.
This book is divided into two main parts, which give new insights into what the authors see unfolding as the two main trends in translation history, namely discourses on methodology and on history. These contributions are meant to recast the discipline of translation history in a new light and to pave the way to the future of research and teaching in the field.
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Articles in this volume
Meylaerts, Reine. Conceptualizing the translator as a historical subject in multilingual environments: a challenge for Descriptive Translation Studies. 59–79
Gagnon, Chantal. Ideologies in the history of translation: a case study on Canadian political speeches. 201–223
Arencibia Rodriguez, Lourdes. The Imperial College of Santa Cruz de Tlatelolco: the first school of translators and interpeters in sixteenth-century Spanish America. 263–275
Fossa, Lydia. Glosas croniquenses: a synchronic bilingual (American indigenous languages - Spanish) set of glossaries. 277–291
Racz, Gregary J. 2010. Review of Charting the future of translation history. The Translator 16 (1) : 151–155.
Jiménez Bellver, Jorge. 2008. Review of Charting the future of translation history. In Bastin, Georges L. and Marco André Fiola, eds. La formation en traduction: pédagogie, docimologie et technologie I [Translator training: pedagogy, evaluation, and technologies I]. Special issue of Traduction Terminologie Rédaction (TTR) 21 (1): 256–262.