Oct 28, 2020 Oct 28, 2020
12:00PM 01:30PM CMBC Lunch: Lisa Dillman: University Event Topic: Lectures & MeetingsSchool: All Emory UniversityDepartment / Organization: Center for Mind Brain and CultureMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Center for Mind, Brain, and CultureSpeaker/Presenter: Lisa Dillman | Spanish and Portuguese / Emory UniversityEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://forms.gle/6KsTTUWqdt18TPS26Contact Name: Leslie GrantContact Email: leslie.s.grant@emory.eduLink: http://cmbc.emory.edu/events/lunches/index.html“Translation and Subjectivity"Lisa Dillman (Professor of Pedagogy, Spanish and Portuguese Dept | Emory University)NOTE: Listserv subscribers will receive a link to the ZOOM meeting. To join listserv, email cmbc@emory.eduTranslation is often thought of as a transparent, objective act in which words from a source language are rendered into a target language, thereby carrying a message into new linguistic territory. Theorists, practitioners and lay readers argue tirelessly over the success or failure of various translations and their degree of (in-)fidelity. In this talk, I would like to begin from the premise that an instrumentalist view of translation will by default always evaluate target texts through a rhetoric of loss (Venuti). More useful is an a priori appreciation of translation as a creative, authorial act. To this end, I will explore connotation and subjectivity in literary translation, with several examples from contemporary Hispanophone literature. + ZOOM Campus Events
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05:00PM 06:30PM St. John's University Master of Arts in Museum Administration - Virtual Info Session: Department / Organization: Career CenterUniversity Event Topic: Career DevelopmentCost: FreeLink: https://emory.joinhandshake.com/events/533615In this virtual information session, hear from an Admissions recruiter about the benefits of St. John's University Master of Arts in Museum Administration Program - and learn how you can stand out to be a competitive applicant!Succeed in New York City's vibrant art field with a master's degree in Museum Administration from St. John's University!St. John’s Master of Arts (M.A.) program in Museum Administration provides opportunities for research and professional training in the history and preservation of cultural artifacts. Our program trains you with the expertise and practical knowledge you need to build a career as a curator, collection and exhibition manager, registrar, museum educator, or specialist in museum membership, development, and outreach. As part of the program at St. John's, you also have the option to complete elective credits in the related fields of Public History and Library and Information Science.Our courses are taught by active museum professionals and we offer annual special topics seminars addressing timely issues in the museum field. You actively engage with New York City's vibrant art world through coursework and internships, preparing you to enter the job market with wide-ranging knowledge and experience in a variety of professional specializations.We welcome students from diverse academic and professional backgrounds and offer study and internship experiences through the University’s Queens and Manhattan campuses, as well as our locations in Rome, Italy and Paris, France.Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, year-round, and graduate assistantships with funding support are available through competitive application.St. John's University's Queens campus features its own art gallery, allowing you to gain hands-on experience with curating an exhibition. Courses are delivered in the evenings to accommodate working professionals and students pursuing internships.As a student in the Museum Administration master's program, you may also qualify for a Curating, Museum Education, or Museum Studies Digital Badge.The M.A. in Museum Administration at St. John’s is approved by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD). + Virtual Campus Events
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