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  • Mujer, traducción y censura

    Projecte Mute: Dona, Traducció i Censura

    13 december 2016

    El grup d’investigació en Comunicació Intercultural i Traducció (CiTrans) de la Universitat de València desenvolupa actualment una investigació mitjançant l’anàlisi de tota la traducció realitzada de novel·listes angleses del segle XX a l’espanyol amb el fi últim de contribuir a una història real del moviment traductològic quant a literatura anglosaxona de dones a Espanya, sovint apartades en aproximacions a una història de la traducció al nostre país.

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    Literary Humanism, a paradigm change

    24 november 2016

    Regarding the “13th Scientific Meeting of Spanish Humanists. Perspectives, interests and tendencies from inside and outside the Peninsula”, which was held last week at the Faculty of Language Studies, Translation and Communication of the Universitat de València, we have prepared this post about literary humanism.

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    “Quaderns Feministes” of the Universitat de València

    29 september 2016

    Through the University Institute of Women’s Studies (IUED), which gathers professors, researches and students of Postgraduate Studies;  the UV carries out an important labour at the field of interdisciplinary research, aiming at a scientific update, a reviewing of the teaching materials that are currently used and promoting the creation and use of non-sexist materials.

  • Literary Digitalization

    13 september 2016

    If we seek for the opposite of macro-literature, as a consequence of the works written by Franco Moretti, we are facing philology or close reading. The author defended a comparative reading of international literature in which the microscopic (figures, poems, books or concrete authors) would have littler importance compared to the macroscopic (genres or number of translations). However, over 15 years have passed since Moretti’s works were published and the process of digitisation is unstoppable. Big Data “has changed our way of understanding the world”, just as Jorge Carrión explained in his article “Literature and big data”, published by La Vanguardia.