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October 2020

Translating the Early Modern World (1450-1650): Transnational Cultures and Material Journeys Across Vernaculars9:30 am - 6:00 pm (21) Parliament HallMonday 19 October 2020

Event type: AcademicConferenceAudience: Postgraduate researchersPostgraduatesStaff and studentsAcademic Schools and Departments: Italian
This event has been created by: Claudia Rossignoli cr41@st-andrews.ac.uk
Translating the Early Modern World (1450-1650): Transnational Cultures and Material Journeys Across Vernaculars

Event Details

This conference will bring together an international group of researchers, working across language and disciplinary boundaries, on the cultural practices, material circumstances and transnational impact of early modern translation.

The main objective of this collaborative research is not just to map the intricate and mutual cultural exchanges between evolving vernaculars taking place in the Renaissance period. It especially aims to examine the transcultural impact of all translating practices to encourage a genuinely transnational understanding of early modem culture.

It will take place in the Byre Theatre and the University’s Parliament Hall.

Time

19 (Monday) 9:30 am - 21 (Wednesday) 6:00 pm

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