History of the Center for Translation Studies and Intercultural Communication
The Center for Translation Studies and Intercultural Communication was founded in 1980 at The University of Texas at Dallas to promote the visibility of the literary translator through Translation Workshops, world literature courses, scholarly publications, and conferences and symposia. In 2014, the Center expanded its focus to include intercultural and non-verbal communication and changed its name to the Center for Translation Studies and Intercultural Communication to reflect that expanded mission.
Manifesto for Translation Studies and Intercultural Communication
The future of the planet Earth is unthinkable without translation:
The Center promotes translation as an innovative foundation for the study of literature, the humanities, and new media- particularly as digital technology enables more nuanced interpretations of texts as digital tools offer new tools to explicate texts and reconstruct the complexity of their original forms.
What is Translation?
By Rainer Schulte
The Center’s Activities
The Center explores new avenues for the future of Translation Studies and Intercultural Communication in terms of research, publications, and teaching.
Publication of Translation Review
Publication of Annotated Books Received (ABR)
Publication of Translation Center Electronic Newsletter
Performance of bilingual poetry readings
Readings of international plays in translation
Design of new courses in conjunction with the program in Art and Technology
Organization of symposia to promote literary translation and the study of cross-cultural communication
Collaboration with international translation centers and universities