Update : 2019.06.07  Fri  No : 503
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Winner of Man Booker International Prize Gives Special Lecture

Deborah Smith, the corecipient of the Man Booker International Prize in 2016 for translating Han Kang’s novel “The Vegetarian,” delivered a lecture about English and American literature translation to HUFSans at  Global Campus on May 1.

Yoon Sun-kyeong, the head professor of the Division of English Interpretation and Translation, hosted this lecture. A Q&A session was part of the lecture. The questions were mainly about the practice of translation and the theory of translation. Audiences asked the speaker various questions related to the lecture, such as whether artificial intelligence (AI) will replace translators soon, how to become a professional translator and so on.

Professor Yoon said, “Translation, especially literature translation, delivers not only the original text, but also ideologies, thoughts, politics, and complicated emotions of human beings.” She also commented, “Translation could be a tool to face the big power called English. I hope students will remember the identity of translation from this lecture.”




 

2019.06.07  No : 503 By Jung Min-yeong leah_47@hufs.ac.kr
 
The Man Who Started It All:
Home Is Where the Heart Is
Why Are We Here?
Hidden Stories about Busan:
A Letter from October 31 20
Welcome to Namiya General S
HUFS Signs Cooperation Agre
HUFS Opens Job Coaching Day
 
Opinion  
Editorial
Home Is Where the Heart Is
HUFSan’s Voice
Why Are We Here?
HUFSan’s Voice
A Letter from October 31 2016
Epilogue
Newsdesk  
HUFS Signs Cooperation Agreement with ALASHJ
HUFS Opens Job Coaching Day
Oh Joon Gives Speech at HUFS
Winner of Man Booker International Prize Gives Special Lecture
HUFS Wins a Prize Again
Campus  
Spotlight at HUFS
7,000 won-valued Heroism Equals to Our Boys’ Eight Hours
Spotlight at HUFS
In Remembrance of Farrukh Muminov (1996-2019) and Mutal Yuldashev (1997-2019)
National  
Reportage
Hidden Stories about Busan: How Refugees Endured
Agora
Should We Disclose the Faces of Convicted Criminals?
Culture  
Parallel Code
Welcome to Namiya General Store
Essay Contest
The Argus Prize 2019 English Essay Contest
The Argus Prize 2019 English Essay Contest 1st place
That Is Not the Point
The Argus Prize 2019 English Essay Contest 2nd place
Trade War, a Clash Between Two Economic Tycoons
The Argus Prize 2019 English Essay Contest 3rd place
The Messed-up Great Gatsby in Korea
Photo Essay
Where Is Your Happy Place?
Theory&Critique  
Cover Story
The Man Who Started It All: Iron Man
Tongues
English Ain’t Just a Tool
Footsteps
They Were Tortured in Plain Sight