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This volume deals with the history of translation in Russia during the last 50 years since the publication of Leskov's \"Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk.\" Taking into account the socio-cultural changes and the individual development of the Russian language as the basic factor, the work analyzes the diffusion of works of Leskov's message in the press, the theater, and other media.
This essay considers terms such as race, class, gender, and nation in the history of translation, with a special focus on the definition and positions of the translators of the Bible, the New Testament.
Pre-eminent feminist novelist and scholar Patricia Meyer Spacks's groundbreaking \"gender and the history of translation\" re-examines the gender relations of the history of translation, denouncing the traditional approach of male scholars as uninterested in the lived experience of women, and underestimating women's subjectivity and agency in the process of exchange.
Uncovering the essential dimensions of a rich and vibrant tradition in European studies, it examines how the subjectivity of the speaking subject is theorized through the signifying practices of the major disciplines in Europe, including Aristotle, Aquinas, the Renaissance, modern philosophers, and the discourses of modern linguistics. It further analyses the cultural, social, political, philosophical, and scientific implications of such subjectivity.
In this compelling examination of how Chinese politics is shaped through and shaped by notions of gender, scholar Patricia Meyer Spacks offers a comprehensive history of the Chinese system of gender governance. She considers how notions of gender are shaped by the introduction, confinement, and struggle against those women labeled as monsters. 7211a4ac4a