February 24, 2016 – Belén Bistué: “Aztec Pictograms and Moorish Names: Multilingual Translation Practices in Colonial Spanish America”
In the context of her larger project on early modern collaborative and multilingual translation, Belén Bistué is currently looking at specific instances in which these practices, together with their underlying conceptual models, were adapted to the colonial Spanish American context.
Professor Bistué is Associate Researcher in Comparative Literature for the Argentine National Research Council and Assistant Professor of English Literature at the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina.
February 24, 2016 | 12:00 PM
Free and open to the public
Humanities Building 1, Room 210
University of California, Santa Cruz