Peter Jonathan Freeth

List of John Benjamins publications for which Peter Jonathan Freeth plays a role.



Literary translatorship in digital contexts

Edited by Wenqian Zhang, Motoko Akashi and Peter Jonathan Freeth

Special issue of Translation in Society 3:1 (2024) v, 132 pp.
Subjects Communication Studies | Interpreting | Sociology | Translation Studies


Zhang, Wenqian, Motoko Akashi and Peter Jonathan Freeth 2024 Locating the digital in literary translatorshipLiterary translatorship in digital contexts, Zhang, Wenqian, Motoko Akashi and Peter Jonathan Freeth (eds.), pp. 1–16 | Review article
Thanks to the inclusion of sociological perspectives in the development of translator studies, the roles played by literary translators in the movement of texts between languages and cultures, and their positions within the fields of power that govern these processes, have become increasingly… read more
This article presents a discussion of the theoretical and methodological challenges posed by digitization processes and born-digital sources within translation and translator studies research, particularly in archival contexts. It begins by demonstrating how the digitization of archives and… read more
Within imagological approaches, paratexts can provide insights into how the Other of translated literature is presented to a new target audience. So, within a transnational context, such as Germany and Britain’s shared experience of the Second World War, can the source and target-culture… read more