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Translation Historiography

Историография и переводоведение
DOI
10.5922/2225-5346-2022-1-1
Страницы / Pages
14-31

Аннотация

В статье представлен обзор последнего десятилетия истории перевода. Особое внимание уделяется новым научным темам и областям исследования, а также мето­дологическим направлениям истории перевода с акцентом на их междисциплинар­ность. Отказавшись от евроцентристского взгляда на предмет истории перевода как науки, исследователи заинтересовались разработкой взаимосвязанных компаративных историй перевода. Исследовательский диалог с историей в широком смысле дал новые методы и формы анализа: микроисторию, histoire croisée, архивные исследования, устную историю и цифровую историю перевода. Кроме того, возникли такие новые области исследования, как, например, изучение роли перевода во время конфликтов и военных действий.

Abstract

The article offers an overview of the development of translation history during the past decade. It focuses on recent debates, research areas and methodological avenues in translation history with special emphasis on interdisciplinarity. Driven by a move away from a Euro-centric view of translation, researchers have become interested in producing connected and comparative histories of translation. The dialogue with the general field of history has led to the adoption of new methods and forms of analysis, such as microhistory, histoire croisée, archival research, oral history and digital translation history, and to the birth of new areas of research such as the role of translation in conflict and war.

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