Volume 7, Issue 1 & 2, 2010

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  1. Translation and Multilingualism in Nineteenth-Century India A View from Orissa.
Author(s): Paul St-Pierre     Pages: 9-35       Published: 2010
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Translation and Multilingualism in Nineteenth-Century India A View from Orissa
PAUL ST-PIERRE
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Pierre, Paul St. 2010. Translation and Multilingualism in NineteenthCentury India: A View from Orissa. Translation Today, Vol. 7 (1&2). 9-35.
  2. Translation, American English and the National Insecurities of Empire.
Author(s): Vicente L. Rafael ORCID logo      Pages: 36-68       Published: 2010
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Translation, American English and the National Insecurities of Empire
VICENTE L. RAFAEL ORCID logo
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Rafael, Vicente L. 2010. Translation, American English and the National Insecurities of Empire1. Translation Today, Vol. 7 (1&2). 36-68.
  3. Francophone Dynamics in a Translated Canada From the Margins to the Centre and Back.
Author(s): Denise Merkle ORCID logo      Pages: 69-95       Published: 2010
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Francophone Dynamics in a Translated Canada From the Margins to the Centre and Back
DENISE MERKLE ORCID logo
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Merkle, Denise. 2010. Francophone Dynamics in a Translated Canada: From the Margins to the Centre and Back. Translation Today, Vol. 7 (1&2). 69-95.
  4. Translation as a Genre The Status and Mapping of the Discipline.
Author(s): Aurelia Klimkiewicz     Pages: 96-108       Published: 2010
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Translation as a Genre The Status and Mapping of the Discipline
AURELIA KLIMKIEWICZ
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Klimkiewicz, Aurelia. 2010, Translation as a Genre: The Status and Mapping of the Discipline. Translation Today, Vol. 7 (1&2). 96-108.
  5. Translation and Multilingualism.
Author(s): Smita Agarwal     Pages: 1-29       Published: 2010
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Translation and Multilingualism
SMITA AGARWAL
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Agarwal, Smita. 2010. Translation and Multilingualism. Translation Today, Vol. 7 (1&2). 109-117.
  6. Indian Literature, Multiculturalism and Translation.
Author(s): Guru Charan Behera     Pages: 118-127       Published: 2010
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Indian Literature, Multiculturalism and Translation
GURU CHARAN BEHERA
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Behera, Guru Charan. 2010. Indian Literature, Multiculturalism and Translation. Translation Today, Vol. 7 (1&2). 118-127.
  7. Ghana-da's Duck, or a Translator's Travails.
Author(s): Amlan Das Gupta,     Pages: 128-134       Published: 2010
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Ghana-da's Duck, or a Translator's Travails
AMLAN DAS GUPTA
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Gupta, Amlan Das. 2010. Ghana-da's Duck, or a Translator's Travails. Translation Today, Vol. 7 (1&2). 128-134.
  8. Translating Buddhist Terminology Ethnocentrism, Multiculturalism and Interculturalism.
Author(s): Nicole Martínez-Melis     Pages: 135-146       Published: 2010
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Translating Buddhist Terminology Ethnocentrism, Multiculturalism and Interculturalism
NICOLE MARTÍNEZ-MELIS
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Martínez-Melis, Nicole. 2010. Translating Buddhist Terminology: Ethnocentrism, Multiculturalism and Interculturalism. Translation Today, Vol. 7 (1&2). 135-146.
  9. Translation - A Case of Border Crossing in the Global Village.
Author(s): Maya Pandit     Pages: 147-157       Published: 2010
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Translation - A Case of Border Crossing in the Global Village
MAYA PANDIT
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Pandit, Maya. 2010. Translation: A Case of Border Crossing in the Global Village. Translation Today, Vol. 7 (1&2). 147-157.
  10. Translation and Power The Indian Context.
Author(s): Priyadarshi Patnaik ORCID logo      Pages: 158-176       Published: 2010
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Translation and Power The Indian Context
PRIYADARSHI PATNAIK ORCID logo
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Patnaik, Priyadarshi. 2010. Translation and Power: The Indian Context. Translation Today, Vol. 7 (1&2). 158-176.
  11. Gandhian TranslationsTranslating Gandhi.
Author(s): Nandini Bhattacharya     Pages: 177-201       Published: 2010
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Gandhian TranslationsTranslating Gandhi
NANDINI BHATTACHARYA
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Bhattacharya, Nandini. 2010. Gandhian Translations/Translating Gandhi. Translation Today, Vol. 7 (1&2). 177-201.

Book Review

    Abhisek Sarkar, (2010). The Golden Gandhi Statue from America Early Stories. Translation Today. https://doi.org/10.46623/tt/2010.7.1n2.br

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