Article published in:Translation and/in Periodical Publications
Edited by María Constanza Guzmán
[Translation and Interpreting Studies 14:2] 2019
► pp. 174–197
Periodical codes and translation
An analysis of Varlık in 1933–1946
This article discusses the relevance of periodical codes, an analytical framework that has been developing in the nascent field of periodical studies, for translation research. It explores how using periodical codes as heuristic tools can be instrumental in shedding light on the role of translation in the making of a magazine’s common habitus in a historical context. It presents a case study on the Turkish literary and cultural magazine Varlık, which began publication in 1933 and is still in existence. It offers a quantitative and qualitative analysis on the position of translation in the magazine, highlighting the way it contributed to the creation of particular forms of internal and external dialogics. Special emphasis is placed on compositional and social codes of Varlık and the way translation has been instrumental in shaping both.
Keywords: periodical studies, periodical codes, translation in magazines, westernization in Turkey, Balkans
Published online: 26 June 2019
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