quinta-feira, 4 de novembro de 2010

EIAL, Vol. 21 - 1, "History and Translation in Latin America," ONLINE

Dear Colleagues,

I take pleasure in announcing that Vol. 21, No. 1 (2010) of "Estudios
Interdisciplinarios de América Latina y el Caribe" is now available
online. This monographic issue is devoted to "History and Translation in
Latin America" and was guest edited by Tal Goldfajn, Ori Preuss and
Rosalie Sitman.

The table of contents is listed below.

Please address all enquiries to <eial@post.tau.ac.il>.

You are cordially invited to visit EIAL's website at:
<http://www.tau.ac.il/eial/>

Best,

Dr Rosalie Sitman
EIAL, Co-editor


 EIAL 21-1 (enero-junio 2010)
 Historia y traducción en América Latina
Índice / Table of Contents

Introduction or Why Should Historians of Modern Latin America Take
Translation Seriously?
TAL GOLDFAJN, ORI PREUSS, ROSALIE
SITMAN........................
.................9
La pertinencia de los estudios históricos sobre traducción en Hispanoamérica
GEORGES L.
BASTIN.............................................................................17
Translation in History: Some Comments
PETER
BURKE...................................................................................29
Historia de la traducción e historia de la filosofía en México: Relatos y
metarrelatos
NAYELLI CASTRO
RAMÍREZ........................................................................33
Foundational Scenes of Translation
SERGIO
WAISMAN................................................................................53
Traducir la nación: Gregorio Weinberg y el racionalismo del pasado argentino
GUSTAVO
SORÁ..................................................................................77
Buscando un traductor: The Joys and Challenges of Translating
Alberto Flores Galindo
CHARLES F. WALKER
............................................................................101

RESEÑAS BIBLIOGRÁFICAS / BOOK REVIEWS

RICARDO D. SALVATORE: Los lugares del saber. Contextos locales
y redes transnacionales en la formación del conocimiento moderno.
Beatriz Viterbo Editora, 2007
Jean Franco................................................ 109
ARMANDO RAZO: Social Foundations of Limited Dictatorship:
Networks and Private Protection during Mexico’s Early
Industrialization. Stanford University Press, 2008
Mark Wasserman.......111
EDUARDO SÁENZ ROVNER: The Cuban Connection: Drug Trafficking,
Smuggling, and Gambling in Cuba from the 1920s to the Revolution.
Translated by Russ Davidson. The University of North Carolina Press, 2008
Reinaldo L.
Román....................................................................113
GILBERT M. JOSEPH and DANIELA SPENSER: In From the Cold:
Latin America’s New Encounter with the Cold War. Duke University
Press, 2008
Jason M.
Colby........................................................................115
JULIAN GO: American Empire and the Politics of Meaning. Duke
University Press, 2008
Frank Ninkovich....................................................117
LAURA GOTKOWITZ: A Revolution for Our Rights: Indigenous
Struggles for Land and Justice in Bolivia, 1880-1952. Duke University
Press, 2007
Robert L. Smale................................................... 120
DAVID COOK NOBLE and ALEXANDRA PARMA COOK: People of the
Volcano: Andean Counterpoint in the Colca Valley of Peru. Duke
University Press, 2007
Paulo Drinot.......................................................... 122
LISA YUN: The Coolie Speaks: Chinese Indentured Laborers and
African Slaves in Cuba. Temple University Press, 2008
Donna L.
Chollett..........................................................................
124
GINETTA E. B. CANDELARIO: Black Behind the Ears: Dominican
Racial Identity from Museums to Beauty Shops. Duke University Press, 2007
Robin
Derby.................................................................................127
ADRIENNE PINE: Working Hard, Drinking Hard: On Violence and
Survival in Honduras. University of California Press, 2008
Leah
Schmalzbauer...........................................................................130
LEIGH A. PAYNE: Unsettling Accounts: Neither Truth Nor
Reconciliation in Confessions of State Violence. Duke University Press, 2008
Marguerite
Feitlowitz...................................................................132
EMILIO CRENZEL: La historia política del Nunca Más. La memoria de
las desapariciones en la Argentina. Siglo XXI, 2008
Susana Draper...................................................... 134
MATTHEW M. TAYLOR: Judging Policy: Courts and Policy Reform
in Democratic Brazil. Stanford University Press, 2008
Andrew J.
Kirkendall.........................................................................136
ANTONIO VIEGO: Dead Subjects: Toward a Politics of Loss in Latino
Studies. Duke University Press, 2007
Louis Mendoza.............................. 138
LYNN STEPHEN: Transborder Lives: Indigenous Oaxacans in Mexico,
California, and Oregon. Duke University Press, 2007
David Griffith............................................141
THOMAS GLAVE (ed.): Our Caribbean: A Gathering of Lesbian and
Gay Writing from the Antilles. Duke University Press, 2008
Eduardo
González..........................................................................143
GEOFFREY BAKER: Imposing Harmony. Music and Society in
Colonial Cuzco. Duke University Press, 2008
Asima F. X. Saad
Maura......................................................145
CHARLES F. WALKER: Shaky Colonialism: The 1746 Earthquake-
Tsunami in Lima, Peru, and Its Long Aftermath. Duke University Press,
2008
Kendall
Brown................................................................148
PATRICIA H. MARKS: Deconstructing Legitimacy: Viceroys,
Merchants, and the Military in Late Colonial Peru. Pennsylvania State
University Press, 2007
Anthony McFarlane.............................................. 150
DAVID CARRASCO (ed.): The History of the Conquest of New Spain
by Bernal Díaz del Castillo. University of New Mexico Press, 2008 –
Amos
Megged.............................................................................153
LAURA GIRAUDO (coord.): Ciudadanía y derechos indígenas en
América Latina: poblaciones, estados y orden internacional. Centro
de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales, 2007
Natan Lerner...................................................... 157
CARMEN McEVOY: Homo Politicus. Manuel Pardo, La Política
Peruana y Sus Dilemas, 1871-1878. Instituto Riva Aguero, Instituto de
Estudios Peruanos, y Oficina Nacional de Procesos Electorales, 2007 José R.
Deustua
C..........................................................................160
CLAUDIO BELINI y MARCELO ROUGIER: El Estado Empresario en la
Industria Argentina: Conformación y Crisis. Manantial, 2008 Darío
Rubinstein..........................................................................164
RAANAN REIN y CLAUDIO PANELLA (comps.): El retorno de Perón y
el peronismo en la visión de la prensa nacional y extranjera. Editorial
de la Universidad de La Plata, 2009
Silvia Álvarez.................................. 167
LEONARDO SENKMAN y SAÚL SOSNOWSKI: Fascismo y nazismo
en las letras argentinas. Editorial Lumiere, 2009
Adrián Ferrero..................................................... 171
FRANCES STEWART (ed.): Horizontal Inequalities and Conflict.
Understandig Group Violence in Multiethnic Societies. Palgrave
Macmillan, 2008
Luis Vázquez León........................................................ 173
NIELS BARMEYER: Developing Zapatista Autonomy. Conflict and
NGO Involvement in Rebel Chiapas. University of New Mexico Press,
2009
Luz del Rocío
Bermúdez............................................................176


Dr. Rosalie Sitman
Head of Division of Foreign Languages
Tel Aviv University
Tel.: +972-3-640 7846
Fax.: +972-3-640 9466

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