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Dr. Beverly Adab is Senior Lecturer in Translation Studies and French at Aston University, Birmingham, UK. Her research interests include Cross-cultural problems of Translation, Semiotics and Translation, Corpora and translation, Evaluation and assessmentall within Functionalist approaches with a particular interest in the Translation of Advertising. Forthcoming publications include a special edition of The Translator (St Jerome, November 2004)on the Translation of Advertising Across Cultures, as guest editor with Cristina Valdes of Oviedo, Spain. http://www.les.aston.ac.uk/staff/bja.html details http://www.les.aston.ac.uk/bib/adab-03.html publications
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» Book Review: Science in Translation
By Beverly Adab | Published 06/9/2005 | Book Reviews | Recommendation:
Scott L Montgomery, Science in Translation. Movements of Knowledge through Cultures and Time. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press ISBN 0-226-53480-4 The author set himself two major targets in writing this volume. First, to present the role of translation in the dissemination, throughout history, of scientific knowledge; and second, to underpin this claim for a vital role for transl ...
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