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CFP: emancipation (in the Americas?)

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  • Anthony
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    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 13, 2011
      >>> On 7/13/2011 at 6:55 PM, in message
      <OFCD9943F0.A6B58C85-ON852578CC.00784EB0-852578CC.007865A7@...>,
      Aurelia Klimkiewicz <AKlimkiewicz@...> wrote:

      >
      > Tusaaji: A Translation Review
      >
      > Call for papers - Inaugural Issue
      >
      > Emancipation
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > Language subjugates and liberates. It is the material of conformity
      and
      > consent as well as of change and emancipation. Translation, by
      definition
      > an act of transformation in and through language, is a site and an
      act of
      > emancipatory potential. This inaugural issue of Tusaaji seeks to
      address
      > the question of translation as a potentially emancipatory practice.
      We
      > invite papers on translation as an embodied practice of liberation,
      as a
      > revolutionary interpretive/performative act, and as a source of
      changing
      > cartographies and designs. We welcome explorations of emerging
      voices,
      > languages, and ways of knowing, and examinations of the
      transformative
      > nature of these movements and processes.
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > Given the journal's focus, we invite papers with a hemispheric
      outlook,
      > particularly ones that address emancipatory and decolonial language
      and
      > translation praxis. Each issue of Tusaaji comprises primarily
      articles. We
      > consider contributions in the languages of the Americas, both
      Euro-American
      > and indigenous. Each issue also includes a translation section and a
      visual
      > arts section. For the translation section we invite submissions of
      > translations in any genre, related to the issue's theme, and between
      any of
      > the languages of the journal--preference will be given to
      translations from
      > or into a minoritized language. For the visual arts section we also
      accept
      > submissions related to each issue's theme.
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > Deadline: September 1, 2011.
      >
      > Submissions can be sent directly through the website of Tusaaji: A
      > Translation Review http://pi.library.yorku.ca/ojs/index.php/tusaaji.
      You
      > may also contact the journal editor at tusaaji@...
      >
      >
      > * * * * * *
      >
      > María Constanza Guzmán, Ph.D
      > Associate Professor
      > School of Translation
      > Department of Hispanic Studies
      > Glendon College, York University
      > 2275 Bayview Ave.
      > Toronto, ON M4N 3M6
      > mguzman@...
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