Translation, representativeness, representation

Two questions: Who can translate? Who may translate?

The ‘rooms’ of translation: Representativeness first

Representation: What kinds of knowledge(s)?

Representation: Rights, responsibilities and risks

Thinking forward: What can institutions do?

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Professor of translation studies at Utrecht University, linguist, writer, poet.

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Haidee Kotze

Haidee Kotze

Professor of translation studies at Utrecht University, linguist, writer, poet.

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