Translation and Opposition is an edited volume that explores issues of inter/intra-social agency and identity construction. The book features a collection of case studies in such diverse fields as interpreting, audiovisual translation and the translation of political discourse and (contemporary) literary texts. As contributors show, translation is an act of negotiating fault lines between 'us' and cultural or political 'others'.

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