- On March 1, 2018, Ricardo Pau-Llosa and Enrico Mario Santí presented their bilingual volume of poetry, Intruder between Rivers/Intruso entre ríos, with Pau-Llosa’s English originals and Santí’s translations of “Cuban” poems—poems with Cuban or Cuban exile themes. The reading will be bilingual, in English and Spanish—or rather, Cuban-Spanish. Location: Santa Barbara Mission Room (UCEN), 2:00-3:15pm.
- We are pleased to welcome Thomas Mazanec (East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies) to UCSB in Fall 2017. His research on religious poetry in premodern China addresses translation from two angles: the translation of Buddhist texts, ideas, and practices from South and Central Asia to China in the first millennium CE, and the translation of the Chinese classics into modern English. In Spring 2018, he will offer a new course, "China in Translation: Theory, Art, and History," introducing students to these and other topics in translation studies as they relate to China.
- Translation Studies continues to flourish at UC Santa Barbara, with exceptional graduate students in its PhD Emphasis, growing curricular development both at the graduate and undergraduate levels, and a series of events illuminating the enriching world of literary translation. In fall 2016, we launched our new Minor in Translation Studies, thus bringing new opportunities for creative research to our Undergraduates.
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