PRESENTING PROFESSOR MARIA CONSTANZA GUZMAN’S NEW BOOK MAPPING SPACES OF TRANSLATION IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY LATIN AMERICAN PRINT CULTURE
3 PM – 4 : 30 PM
(CRLCC)PRESENTING PROFESSOR MARIA CONSTANZA GUZMAN’S NEW BOOK MAPPING SPACES OF TRANSLATION IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY LATIN AMERICAN PRINT CULTURE
Introduction by Professor Aurelia Klimkiewicz
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More about María Constanza Guzmán:
María Constanza Guzmánis associate professor in the School of Translation and the Department of Hispanic Studies. She holds a Ph.D in Comparative Literature from the State University of New York at Binghamton, an MA in Translation from Kent State University (USA) and an undergraduate degree from Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Her main scholarly interests are translation studies and Latin American literature. She has worked as a translator and project manager. Currently shecoordinates the Certificate in Spanish-English Translation and the Research Group on Translation and Transcultural Contact.
Professor Maria Constanza Guzmán is celebrating her new bookMapping Spaces of Translation in Twentieth-Century Latin American Print Culture(Routledge, July 2020). In her book, Professor Guzmán reflects on translation praxis in 20th century Latin American print culture, tracing the trajectory of linguistic heterogeneity in the region and illuminating collective efforts to counteract the use of translation as a colonial tool and affirm cultural production in Latin America. María Constanza Guzmán is associate professor in the School of Translation and the Department of Hispanic Studies at Glendon; she also coordinates CRLCC’s Research Group on Translation and Transcultural Contact.