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Warwick 2010-05-20/21: Translation,Print & Culture (Read 1569 times)
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Warwick 2010-05-20/21: Translation,Print & Culture
30.04.2010 at 10:32:46
 
Information on the Warwick 2010-05-20/21 conference "Renaissance Cultural Crossroads: Translation, Print and Culture in Britain 1473-1640" can be found at http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/projects/culturalcrossroads/rcc . The programme is at http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/projects/culturalcrossroads/rcc/programme / .
 
Perhaps of most interest to the members/readers of this forum here:  
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Guyda Armstrong (Manchester), 'Translating Boccaccio from Italy to England: the Paratext and Textual Transmission'

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Anne Coldiron (Florida State), 'Printers without Borders: Translation, Transnationalism, and Early English Printing'

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Demmy Verbeke (KULeuven), 'Of Phrasebooks, Proverbs and Precepts: English Translations of Latin Sayings for Moral and Linguistic Instruction'

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Isabelle Pantin (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris), 'The Circulation in Europe of the "Book of Secrets": English Translations of Leonardo Fioravanti'

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Letizia Panizza (Royal Holloway), 'Converted in Translation: Three Italian Humanists and Satirists, Lorenzo Valla, Celio Secondo Curione and Ferrante Pallavicino, in the Service of Three Protestant Monarchs'

 


 
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