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Princeton’s role as a hub for the transmission of understanding between languages is nowhere more apparent than in the wide range of work that faculty, students, staff and friends of the Program produce in translation studies, in studies of translation and in translations of fiction, poetry and serious nonfiction for publishers of every kind.

The Program in Translation and Intercultural Communication strives to keep this ever-expanding list up to date. Please forward any additions to this list to Tim Waldron, program manager. 

State and Nation Making in Latin America and Spain (Vol. II) Rise and Fall of the Developmental State 1930-1990
January 20, 2017 to January 21, 2017
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February 6, 2017
Blood within discourses of race has had ominous histories. Recently, new scientific understandings of the knowledge and memory that blood holds have opened avenues for research in the humanities, agendas that can be activist and transformative of society. The workshop’s research questions focus on how blood has been referenced in recent discourses to do with the dignity of the self – many of these, but not all, raced as well as gendered. Whereas blood outside the body is spectacular, and typically occurs as the result of a rupture or violence done to the body, this workshop is instead interested in the quieter meanings of blood, and in particular as these relate to experiences of intimacy and belonging.
February 7, 2017
Blood within discourses of race has had ominous histories. Recently, new scientific understandings of the knowledge and memory that blood holds have opened avenues for research in the humanities, agendas that can be activist and transformative of society. The workshop’s research questions focus on how blood has been referenced in recent discourses to do with the dignity of the self – many of these, but not all, raced as well as gendered. Whereas blood outside the body is spectacular, and typically occurs as the result of a rupture or violence done to the body, this workshop is instead interested in the quieter meanings of blood, and in particular as these relate to experiences of intimacy and belonging.