Index Translationum

Répertoire International Des Traductions. International Bibliography of Translations. Repertorio Internacional de Traducciones

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Index Translationium

International Bibliography of Translations

Author: Bernan Associates

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Index Translationium

International Biography of Translations

Author: Bernan Associates

Publisher: Bernan Press(PA)

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Page: 931

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The Politics of Multilingualism

Europeanisation, globalisation and linguistic governance

Author: Peter A. Kraus

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 367

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This book proposes a multidisciplinary assessment of the impact of complex diversity on language politics and policies, analysing how the legacies of the old interact with the challenges of the new. Its main focus is on the interplay of multilingualism on the one hand, and the dynamics of transnationalism, globalisation, and Europeanisation on the other. This interplay confronts contemporary societies with unprecedented questions, as they face the need to come to grips with increasingly varied and pervasive manifestations of linguistic and cultural diversity. This volume develops an integrative approach that identifies the key social and political dimensions at hand, offering an innovative contribution to the ongoing conversation on the manifestations and management of multilingualism.

Index translationum 31 (1978)

Répertoire international des traductions

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Publisher: Unipub

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Category: Bibliography, International

Page: 1122

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Index Translationum Indicarum

A Cumulation of Entries for India in Index Translationum, Unesco, Paris, Vols. 2-11

Author: Dwijendra Lal Banerjee

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Category: India

Page: 450

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Management Research

Author: Mark Easterby-Smith

Publisher: SAGE

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 368

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A phenomenal success from its first publication, this new edition of the classic Management Research continues to be the definitive word in management research methods. Integrating qualitative and quantitative methods, underpinned by an understanding of philosophy and, crucially, politics, this book succeeds in tackling complex issues in a clear and accessible way. Mark Easterby-Smith, Richard Thorpe, and Paul Jackson, three highly-experienced management researchers, give practical guidance to help students to conduct management research as well as truly understand the logic behind it.

When to Buy what

A Buying Calendar for Annual Publications

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Libraries: when to Buy what

A Buying Calendar for Annual Publications

Author: United States. Department of the Air Force

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Index translationum

Répertoire international des traductions. International bibliography of translations

Author: Unesco

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Category: Translations

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Philosophy, Religion, Social sciences, Law, Education, Economy, Exact and natural sciences, Medicine, Science and technology, Agriculture, Management, Architecture, Art, History, Sport, Biography, Literature.

Translation in the Digital Age

Translation 4.0

Author: Carsten Sinner

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 257

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Translation, interpreting and translatology face major challenges today, as new technologies provide new ways of investigating our profession, analysing the process of performing these acts of linguistic mediation, or the outcome of our work, and even permit a fresh look at old data. However, aside from a certain improvement in terms of research possibilities, what else does the future hold for translation and interpreting? This volume proposes the label Translation 4.0, suggesting that contemporary translation should actually be understood as programmatic as expressions such as Industry 4.0 and Internet 4.0, which are often used to refer to the increasing application of Internet technology to facilitate communication between humans, machines and products. As the book shows, Translation 4.0 is at least undergoing a process of formation, if it is not already fully developed. The contributions here not only look into developments in translation and interpreting per se, but also explore the consequences of digitalisation for research in this field.

Quo vadis Translatologie?

Author: Gerd Wotjak

Publisher: Frank & Timme GmbH

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Category: Translating and interpreting

Page: 447

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Catalogus Translationum Et Commentariorum

Medieval and Renaissance Latin Translations and Commentaries : Annotated Lists and Guides

Author: Virginia Brown

Publisher: CUA Press

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 464

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Considered a definitive source for scholars and students, this highly acclaimed series illustrates the impact of Greek and Latin texts on the Middle Ages and Renaissance. In publication since 1960 and now in its eighth volume, the Catalogus Translationum et Commentariorum furnishes concrete evidence of when, where, and how an ancient author was known and appreciated in monastic, university, and humanist circles. Each article presents a historical survey of the influence and circulation of a particular author down to the present, followed by an exhaustive listing and brief description of Latin commentaries before 1600 on each of his works. For Greek authors, a full listing of pre-1600 translations into Latin is also provided. Sources of translations and commentaries include both printed editions and texts available only in medieval and Renaissance manuscripts. In the newest addition to the series, Volume VIII, six authors are treated in separate articles: Damianus, Geminus Rhodius, Hanno, Sallust, Themistius, and Thucydides. This volume is especially notable for its variety. Thucydides and Sallust were major historians and the interest their works generated -- in such diverse figures as Macchiavelli, Thomas More, and Thomas Hobbes -- has continued unabated. Damianus and Geminus Rhodius influenced optics and astronomy. Themistius provided a useful service to later students of Aristotle by paraphrasing Aristotle's treatises on logic, psychology, and natural science. Hanno's account of a voyage around the coast of West Africa has been regarded as a motivating factor behind the explorations of Vasco da Gama and Pedro Alvares Cabral and was cited in controversies involving the Portugueseand Spanish claims to the coasts of Africa and America. A list of addenda and corrigenda to four previously published articles (Columella, Tacitus, Vegetius, Xenophon) concludes the volume.