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El Razzougui – Translating Camus’s Les Justes into English: Performability, a Methodology for Theatre Translators. (Middlesex University)

7 December 2014
El Razzougui

El Razzougui

Centre for Education Research and Scholarship
Middlesex Interpreting and Translation Seminars
17 December 2014,11:00-12:00, Room C111 (College Building)

El Razzougui – Translating Camus’s Les Justes into English: Performability, a Methodology for Theatre Translators.

Chair: Raynalle Udris (Middlesex University)

El Razzougui – Translating Camus’s Les Justes into English: Performability, a Methodology for Theatre Translators. Based on his “tradaptation” into English of Camus’s play Les Justes, El Razzougui will discuss his innovative methodology for theatre translation based on “performability” through collaboration with actors. His functional and dynamic approach is an example of how faithfulness does not necessarily imply adopting a literalist approach.

El Razzougui.
Actor, writer, audio-visual translator, and linguist with a passion for theatre translation, El Razzougui has completed his MA Translation at Middlesex University and is currently undertaking an MA in Islamic Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) with a focus on the translation of ancient texts and Semitic languages. His interests include investigating the effect of ideological implications on translation.

For further information please contact Abele Longo, MA Translation Programme Leader, a.longo@mdx.ac.uk

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One Comment leave one →
  1. T J Orton permalink
    8 December 2014 00:41

    Well H keep at it TJ

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