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Cosima Bruno

In Between the Lines Cosima Bruno illustrates how the study of translation can enhance our experience of reading poetry.
By inquiring into the mutual dependence of the source text and its translation, the study offers both theoretical insights and methodological tools that bring in-depth stylistic analysis to bear on the translations as against the originals.
Through such a process of discovery, Cosima Bruno elaborates a textual exegesis of the work by Yang Lian, one of the most translated, and critically acclaimed contemporary Chinese poets.
This book thus reconciles the theory-practice divide in translation studies, as well as helps to dismantle the lingering Eurocentrism still present in the discipline.

Cliff Goddard and Anna Wierzbicka

Directions , 379 – 412 . Cambridge, MA : MIT Press . Wierzbicka Anna . 2016 . Back to ‘mother’ and ‘father’. Overcoming the Eurocentrism of kinship studies using eight lexical universals . Current Anthropology 57 ( 4 ): 408 – 429 . Ye Zhengdao . 2010 . Eating and

Salikoko S. Mufwene

syntactic phenomenon? 3) Is serialization mutually exclusive with embedding? I detect some Eurocentrism in the formulation of such criteria, which is underscored by the following claim: “In serial structures, verbs replace prepositions” (111, my emphasis). To me, the claim suggests that a Preposition

The Dimensions of Hegemony

Language, Culture and Politics in Revolutionary Russia

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Craig Brandist

Though generally associated with the Italian Marxist Antonio Gramsci, the idea of hegemony had a crucial history in revolutionary Russia where it was used to conceptualize the dynamics of political and cultural leadership. Drawing on extensive archival research, this study considers the cultural dimensions of hegemony, with particular focus on the role of language in political debates and in scholarship of the period. It is shown that considerations of the relations between the proletariat and peasantry, the cities to the countryside and the metropolitan centre to the colonies of the Russian Empire demanded an intense dialogue between practical politics and theoretical reflection, which led to critical perspectives now assumed to be the achievements of, for instance, sociolinguistics and post-colonial studies.

Hans Bakker

–38. Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi, 2001. ISBN 81-208-1768-0. . ‘Between Cultures—Eurocentrism and India: The Case of Germany.’ In: Voll, Klaus & Doreen Beierlein (eds.), Rising India—Europe’s Partner? , pp. 910– 918. Weissensee Verlag, Berlin, 2006. ISBN 978-3-89998-098-1. . ‘Die Hare-Krishna-“Sekte” (ISKCON

. . Amsterdam : John Benjamins . Bennett P. A. 1981 . “ The Evolution of Passive and Disposal Sentences .” Journal of Chinese Linguistics 1 ( 9 ): 61 – 90 . Chappell H. 2006 . “ From Eurocentrism to Sinocentrism: The Case of Disposal Constructions in Sinitic Languages

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Rogério Brittes W. Pires

-political configuration. The eurocentrism, typologism, morphologism and functionalism of those debates leave aside the most crucial elements for this inquiry: the substantive relationship between people occupying segments and centers. Following Goldman ( 2001 ) and MacGaffey ( 2005 ), I understand segmentary opposition

. ———. Eurocentrism and the Falsification of Perception. An Analysis with Special Reference to South Asia , S ¨ udasienwissenschaftliche Arbeitsbl ¨ atter, Band 7 . In- stitut f ¨ ur Indologie und S ¨ udasienwissenschaften der Martin-Luther-Universit ¨ at, Halle-Wittenberg, 2005. Davis, Donald R. The Boundaries of

Rahul Peter Das

methodological grounds has by certain N o r t h A m e r i c a n scholars b e e n b r a n d e d as showing "Eurocentrism"). A t t e n t i o n may also be drawn to the love of models, overarching theories a n d generalisations, m o r e often t h a n n o t based, or so it at any rate seems, on scanty primary data

Rahul Peter Das, R. K. Barz and J. W. De Jong

must at long last lay down its Eurocentrism; or, in the words of A. Sabuni 11: "es ist Zeit, dass man sich umORIENTiert." P. 121 ~: Add: Sankar Sen Gupta, Folklorists o f Bengal. Life-sketches and Bibliographical Notes: One, Calcutta 1965 and A Survey o f Folklore Study in Bengal, West Bengal And East