NOTIS’ Translation Division presents
The Importance of Biblical References for Translators and Interpreters
Presented by: Dmitry Buzadzhi
What is it about? The Bible is a seminal text in the Christian culture, whose language, concepts, and imagery are inextricably woven into the fabric of many modern languages, including English and Russian. Biblical quotes and allusions are frequent in a wide variety of non-religious texts ranging from fiction to journalism and political speeches. What makes this situation more challenging for translators and interpreters is that biblical references may work differently in different languages, and rendering one with its direct biblical counterpart in the target language is not always the best strategy. The speaker will talk about some of the most prominent biblical quotations in English and discuss related translation asymmetries and strategies in English-Russian translation and interpretation. Presented in English.
This is a recorded workshop reformatted into an on-demand workshop.
$10 NOTIS members, $15 Non-members (Click to Join NOTIS)
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Who is teaching? Dmitry Buzadzhi is a graduate of Moscow State Linguistic University (Russia), a freelance translator and interpreter, and a T/I professor . He has a PhD in Linguistics and Translation Studies and has published extensively on theoretical and practical issues of T/I and T/I training. He is a member of the editorial board of Mosty, Russia’s leading quarterly dedicated to T/I matters. He is a professor at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, where he teaches simultaneous and consecutive interpretation between English and Russian.
On-demand workshops are nonrefundable. Transfer of credit to another workshop is not allowed.