Global Humanities Institute "Theoretical Issues, Practical Densities: Violence, Memory, and the Untranslatable" - Participants

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The fourteen participants in the Global Humanities Institute "Theoretical Issues, Practical Densities: Violence, Memory, and the Untranslatable" have been selected among early-career scholars at the convening centers (CIEFHA, University of Chile; UCI Commons, University of California Irvine; Centre for Humanities Research, University of the Western Cape ; Oxford Comparative Criticism and Translation at The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, Oxford University) and from a pool of applicants affiliated with CHCI member organizations. These scholars, who are currently conducting research in all world regions, in and on a broad range of topics and languages, will contribute with their expertise and a variety of disciplinary approaches to the contemporary debates on translation and its challenges.

Baba Badji

Washington University in St. Louis

Cecilia Bettoni

CIEFAH / Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaiso

Ashley Lauren Call

University of California, Irvine

Carlos Comenares Gil

University of California, Irvine

Hande G├╝rses

University of Toronto

Riedwan Moosage

University of Toronto

Amir Moosavi

Rutgers University

Pallavi Narayan

Nanyang Technological University Centre for Contemporary Art

Milad Odabaei

McGill University, University of California, Berkeley

Eleni Philippou

Oxford University

Anandi Rao

University of California, Irvine

Marcela Rivera

CIEFAH / Metropolitan University of Educational Sciences, Chile

Kasia Szymanska

Oxford University

Djurdja Trajkovic

University of Belgrade