Tradução “Tornando-se Social”? Desafios para a Torre (de Marfim) da Babel

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5007/2175-7968.2021.e73638

Palavras-chave:

Virada Sociológica, Estudos da Tradução, Fórum Social Mundial, Pesquisa Transdisciplinar

Resumo

A discussão sobre “viradas” ou “mudanças paradigmáticas” que testemunhamos nos últimos anos dentro dos Estudos da Tradução, sem dúvida, atesta o estabelecimento e reconhecimento da disciplina na comunidade científica e a crescente prática de uma pesquisa transdisciplinar. Essas mudanças também incluem o que foi chamado de “virada sociológica”, que compreende um conjunto de questões que tratam não apenas das redes de agentes e agências e da interação de suas relações de poder, mas também das práticas discursivas sociais que moldam o processo tradutório e que afetam decisivamente as estratégias de um texto a ser traduzido. Este artigo procura evidenciar algumas das razões que condicionaram o surgimento dessa “virada” e discutir criticamente se podemos falar de uma mudança por si só. Um estudo de caso sobre a questão da interpretação no Fórum Social Mundial ilustra a necessidade de ampliar os conceitos tradicionais e, consequentemente, os domínios do ensino e da pesquisa, uma vez que adotamos seriamente uma perspectiva social da atividade tradutória.

Biografia do Autor

Talita Serpa, Universidade Estadual Paulista “Júlio de Mesquita Filho”

BOLSISTA CAPES DE PÓS-DOUTORADO NO PROGRAMA DE PÓS-GRADUAÇÃO EM ESTUDOS LINGUÍSTICOS DA UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL PAULISTA- IBILCE/UNESP-CÂMPUS SÃO JOSÉ DO RIO PRETO. 

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2021-01-15

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