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LINGUIST List 16.2807

Thu Sep 29 2005

Qs: Condolence Expressions; Translation Dissertations

Editor for this issue: Jessica Boynton <jessicalinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Cindy Ai-li Hsin, Condolence Expressions Questionnaire
        2.    Sigal Uziel-Karl, Dissertations and/or Theses on Translation


Message 1: Condolence Expressions Questionnaire
Date: 29-Sep-2005
From: Cindy Ai-li Hsin <gealhsinnknucc.nknu.edu.tw>
Subject: Condolence Expressions Questionnaire


I am an associate professor in a University in Taiwan. Presently, my
graduate student and I are conducting a research on socio-linguistics. We
need native speakers of English or Japanese to help us fill out a
questionnaire concerning the use of condolence expressions. If you can take
some time to assist us, we would be very much appreciated. Please give us
your email address if you can help and we will email you the questionnaire.


Cindy A. Hsin

Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics

Message 2: Dissertations and/or Theses on Translation
Date: 27-Sep-2005
From: Sigal Uziel-Karl <sigalalum.mit.edu>
Subject: Dissertations and/or Theses on Translation


Dear List members,

I am posting the following query on behalf of a colleague, Dr. Manuel
Muranga of Makerere Uniuversity Institute of Languages, Kampala, Uganda.

Please send your response directly to my e-mail address: sigalalum.mit.edu

Thank you for your help,

Sigal Uziel-Karl.

Dr. Muranga's query:

I am looking for M.A. and Ph.D. theses that have the general structure:
''introduction to a particular text (literary or otherwise) + translation
of the text into one's mother tongue or language of habitual use, with
footnotes where necessary + discussion of the salient translational
problems encountered.'' I believe this type of M.A. and Ph.D. would be a
good way to produce translated literature in our African mother tongues,
especially if we could compile a list of books worth translating from all
fields (= a sort of translation ''canon''. Our aim is to provide more
literature in our mother tongues and thereby possibly encourage the reading
and writing culture in them.

Linguistic Field(s): Translation



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