History and translation

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The purpose of this conversation is to reflect on the inter/trans-disciplinarypotential of translation as an object of historical research. This dialogue will bebased on our respective experience in doing historical research on translation;in the case of Rundle from within translation studies and in the case of Rafaelfrom within history. These divisions between disciplinary fields are necessarilyforegrounded, given that the purpose of this collection is to focus ontrans-disciplinarity;they are divisions that can stem from the actual departmentscholars belong to, from the research and discourse that informs theirresearch, and from the academic community that they choose to address intheir publications.


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