Hacia una traductología feminista transnacional

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Olga Castro, Universidad de Warwick

Profesora e investigadora en Estudios de Traducción en la University of Warwick (Gran Bretaña). Sus principales áreas de investigación son los estudios de traducción feminista desde la óptica transnacional, así como autotraducción en contextos plurilingües, entre otras.

Emek Ergun, Universidad de Carolina del Norte en Charlotte

Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and Global Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA. Her interdisciplinary research lies at the junction of transnational feminisms, cultural globalization, and feminist translation studies. 

Luise von Flotow, Universidad de Ottawa

Literary translator and professor of Translation Studies at the Uni­versity of Ottawa, in Canada, since 1996. Her main research interests have focused on feminist and gender issues in transla­tion, translation as cultural diplomacy, and audio-visual translation.

María Laura Spoturno, Universidad Nacional de la Plata

Profesora adjunta de Traducción Literaria y Literatura de los Estados Unidos en la Universidad Nacional de La Plata. Entre sus intereses investigativos se cuentan las relaciones entre traducción, género y feminismos y la (auto) traducción en el exilio, entre otros.

Beatriz Regina Guimarães Barboza (Tradutora), Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina

Pesquisa no doutorado na Pós-Graduação em Estudos da Tradução na Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brasil. Envolvida com a literatura brasileira contemporânea, escreve, revisa, traduz e edita.

Martha Pulido (Traductora), Universidad de Antioquia
Profesora titular del programa de traducción de la Universidad de Antioquia desde 1998. Actúo como Profesora visitante en el pro­grama de posgrado en traducción de la Uni­versidade Federal da Santa Catarina, Brasil (2014-2018).

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2020-02-26