Lost and Found in Translation: Perspectives on the Movement of Meanings


Lost and Found in Translation: Perspectives on the Movement of Meanings

Application Deadline: Friday, May 15th, 2009

Time: TBA
Location: Andrews Conference Room (SS&H 2203)

The 2009 Davis Humanities Institute Graduate Research Symposium

This graduate colloquium, featuring the research of recent DHI fellows and other humanities graduate students at UC Davis, seeks to ask and answer what is lost and found in translation by convening an interdisciplinary group of graduate scholars interested in the cultural practices and products surrounding the movement of text, sound, ideas, objects, and people between sites temporal, geographic, textual, and cultural. Panels begin at 8:30 am and continue throughout the day. The closing keynote address, “How Can Fellows Speak to Each Other?: Translation, Transmedia, Transdisciplinarity,” by Professor of Comparative Literature Sheldon Lu, begins at 4:30 pm.

For the complete schedule of panels and speakers, go to http://dhi.ucdavis.edu/?page_id=634.

This event is sponsored by the UC Davis Humanities Institute.

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