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Contextualising ethics in the practice of translator education: the case of the indigenous value system of the Basotho
(University of the Free State, 2012)
English: This article develops the suggestions made in recent publications on translation studies concerning the role of the translator as an agent. The article discusses agency as a central theme in translation, and points ...
Applied linguistics beyond postmodernism
(University of the Free State, 2013)
Applied linguistics clearly has modernist roots, which have steadily been eroded by postmodernist views. Opposites, such as quantitative and qualitative, or positivist and postpositivist, are often used to characterise ...
A long walk to freedom: charting a way for doing comparative translation studies in Africa
(University of Stellenbosch, 2021)
n recognition of the work that Ilse Feinauer has done for the development of translation studies in Africa, this paper considers the position of translation studies on the continent. It proposes a comparative approach to ...