Views on ‘World Literature': Cultural Transfer and Translation in the Context of an Online International Exchange (OIE) Project — Case Study China, Netherlands and SwedenBroomans, P., Duan, F. & Hedberg, A., 26-Jul-2020, (Accepted/In press) Beyond Babel: Learned Societies and the Global Renewal of the Humanities. John Benjamins Publishers, p. 81-102 22 p. (FILLM Studies in Languages and Literatures).
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Petra Broomans, Feng Duan, and Andreas Hedberg offer this volume an even more operationally detailed contribution. Their chapter, ‘Views on ‘World Literature’: Cultural Transfer and Translation in the Context of an Online International Exchange (OIE) Project — Case Study China, Netherlands and Sweden,’ affords a view of the work that learned societies can enable. Its drama revolves around the pedagogical richness of programs that learned societies may facilitate, if they have a mind to cooperate across national borders and local curriculum constraints, using technologies for collaboration that have become much more accessible in many university settings around the world. This sort of project, which might once have seemed wildly ambitious, now looks very achievable for postgraduate and senior undergraduate coursework studies.
|Title of host publication||Beyond Babel|
|Subtitle of host publication||Learned Societies and the Global Renewal of the Humanities|
|Publisher||John Benjamins Publishers|
|Number of pages||22|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 26-Jul-2020|
|Name||FILLM Studies in Languages and Literatures|