East Asia Immersion Workshop SHIFTING MEANINGS: Translation in Children’s and Young Adult Literature


Mar
16
2013

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  • Host Department: Center for Chinese Studies
  • Date: 03/16/2013
  • Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

  • Location: University of Michigan Central Campus International Institute School of Social Work Building Room 1636 1080 S. University Ave. Ann Arbor, MI 48109

  • Description:

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    There are many ways to translate a literary text from one language into another. The nature of meaning in literature changes depending on words chosen to convey an idea, cultural contexts, and any visual imagery that is displayed. In this interactive day-long workshop, you will learn ideas behind interpretive and literal translation by exploring Chinese-, Japanese- and Korean-themed children’s and young adult literature. This workshop will include hands-on activities, thoughtful presentations, and an exploration of library materials and teaching methodologies. Afternoon sessions have been co-developed by the International Institute team and University of Michigan librarians. Enjoy exploring the resources and spaces on campus that offer community extensions to learning and education. Take-home packets and lunch will be provided, and 5 CE credits are offered.

    • AM session at  School for Social Work Building
    • PM session at the U-M Library on Central Campus

    Register by March 2, 2013

    Or

    • Contact East Asia Outreach or 734 936-3961.
    • Registration Fee: $10
    • SCECH requires an additional $25 processing fee.
    • Registration fee waivers available (register for details).

    Sponsored by: U-M International Institute & UM Library