Polysystemtheorie und Übersetzung [Polysystem theory and translation]

Nam Fung Chang
Übersetzt von Dorothea SchwarzDarinka Potsch

Die Polysystemtheorie wurde in den frühen 1970ern von dem israelischen Wissenschaftler Itamar Even-Zohar zur Anwendung in der Sprach-, Literatur- und Translationswissenschaft entwickelt. In späteren Werken erweiterte sich ihre Anwendung auf die allgemeine Kulturtheorie.

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Weiterführende Literatur

Chang, Nam Fung
in press. “In Defence of Polysystem Theory”. Target 23 (2). DOI logo  TSB