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Jeroen Vandaele, ed. Translation and the (re)Location of meaning: Selected papers of the CETRA Research Seminars in Translation Studies, 1994-1996
Leuven: CETRA, The Leuven Research Centre for Translation, Communication and Cultures, 1999. 449 pp. (CETRA Publications, 4).

Reviewed by Andrew Chesterman
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The CETRA summer seminars provide a unique forum where PhD students can meet with half a dozen or more leading scholars in a relaxed yet intellectually stimulating atmosphere. Since their inauguration in 1989, the seminars have now become something of a tradition. Two or three weeks of intensive work, individual tuition and group discussions have borne good fruit. Indeed, the new generation of scholars seems to be getting a better training in Translation Studies than the previous generation did Translation Studies itself is benefiting enormously from the CETRA investment.

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