Introducing Translation Studies is the definitive guide to the theories and Exclusive journal articles and other reading materials chosen by Jeremy Munday. One advantage of Introducing. Translation Studies: Theories and. Applications by Jeremy Munday is that it demonstrates how translation theory applies to the. Introducing Translation Studies: Theories and Applications. Front Cover. Jeremy Munday. Routledge, Feb 28, – Language Arts & Disciplines – pages.

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Introducing Translation Studies: Theories and Applications

Overall a nice textbook, though. Providing an accessible and fully up-to-date overview of key movements and theorists within an expanding area of study, this textbook has become a key source for generations of translation For me, it is a helpful guide as a translation student. A lot of names and dates were mentioned, most of them I’ve already forgotten, though they were dealt with praiseworthily.

I have read this book because it inttroducing one of the textbooks for a translation course at university. Studying translation product and process. Sep 08, Nesrine Muhammad rated it liked it Shelves: I would recommend it as a short theoretical introduction to anyone interested in linguistics and translation. This book basically gives you examples and teaches you how other people think about translation.


The chapter on machine Ahead of embarking upon a Translation BA at Cardiff University, I thought I’d prepare by investigating one of the course textbooks. I feel like the book covered what jremy title promises; it introduced translation studies.

Even though it was very interesting, it was a bit hard to get through at places, just by the way certain sentences were phrased.

A fabulous introduction to translation studies that is concise, well-written, and comprehensive. Translation theory before the twentieth century. Published May 29th by Routledge first published It was easy to read. To many language students this was an obligatory read, and it served me as a source for my master thesis.

I felt the structure of the chapters was sometimes This introduction to Translation Studies was a revelation in how it introduced me to the new terminology I will be working with. A good, valuable review of different theories. However, you do not have to be specializing in translation to read it.

Well structured, easy to understand, and does a great job of pointing readers to tons of related literature. To ask other readers questions about Introducing Translation Studiesplease sign up. Flavia rated it liked it Jun 19, Dec 30, Miriam rated it liked it. It might offer a good overview of the field, but there is way to much introdhcing.


An amazing and must read book translatio all the students of TR. Open Preview See a Problem? Refresh and try again. Pretty poorly written, but basically the only book in existence for this niche. My copy was a stack of loose pages by the time I had reached page No matter how you turn the book in the light, the band just moves back and forth across the page.

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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. The only thing that made me unhappy was the poor quality of the binding. This is the translatin guide to the theories and concepts that make up the dynamic field of translation studies.