Multilingual Pedagogies and the Public Humanities

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Isabel Gómez


How does comparative literature resist dominant language hegemony in our institutional spaces? Inspired by activist interpretation practices, I am interested in creating multilingual spaces and learning experiences that would affirm the centrality of translation studies and linguistic diversity in academic life. My article “Building Language Justice” (Translation Review 2020) focuses on the USA, but I would like to brainstorm international and creative strategies to incorporate multiple language traditions in research and teaching. 

Published: Nov 14, 2022

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Futures for Comparative Literary Research