Routledge Studies in Literary Translation highlights pioneering research in literary translation, exploring emerging developments, new voices, and key issues of relevance in core literary genres. The series questions the definition of literary translation as a sub-discipline in its own right with its own particular methodological and theoretical considerations as well as the extent to which its study extends to genres beyond the traditional categories of fiction, poetry, and drama. The series extends its scope beyond Anglophone literary traditions to feature research on translated literary works across a range of languages as well as the interface between literary translation and such topics as multilingual literature, literary canons, publishing markets, classics, and digital humanities. With its dedicated focus on literary translation, this series will appeal to students and scholars interested in the interface of translation studies and literary studies, as well as those in related disciplines such as comparative literature, literary criticism, sociology, and media studies.
Please contact series editors Jacob Blakesley and Duncan Large if you are interested in further information on the series or in submitting a proposal.
March 25, 2021
This book explores the ways in which translation deals with sexual and textual undecidability, adopting an interdisciplinary approach bridging translation, transgender studies, and queer studies in analyzing the translations of six texts in English, French, and Spanish labelled as ‘trans.’// Rose ...