De ombligo a ombligo: Notes on Embodiment and Translation

  • Juliana Borrero
  • Ellie Epp

Abstract

A translation of the poem What will we know by Ellie Epp, translated by Juliana Borrero, with notes by the author and the translator.

References

Epp, Ellie. "Being About." 2002. Ellie Epp Web Worksite. Ed. Simon Fraser University. Document. 15 November 2012. http://www.ellieepp.com/theory/beingabout/being.html

Epp, Ellie. "charm, value, ethic tactic and gender." 1988. Ellie Epp monograph. Ed. Mike Hoolboom. 15 December 2012 http://www.ellieepp.com/monograph/ellieepp29MB.pdf

Epp, Ellie. "Theoretical Framework." N.d. Embodiment Web Worksite. Goddard College. 15 febrero 2013. http://www.ellieepp.com/mbo/bodies/frame.html

Epp, Ellie. “Re: Notes translation corrected” Mensaje a la traductora. 26 marzo 2013. Correo electrónico.

Epp, Ellie. “what will we know”. The Independent Eye (1982).

Johnson, Mark. The meaning of the body: aesthetics of human understanding. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008.

Mallet, Brian. "From translation models and model translations to translation as model: some implicaciones for translation studies and teaching." Ikala, revista de lenguaje y cultura 4.7-8 (1999): 47-71. Impreso.

Spivak, Gayatri. “The Politics of Translation.” The Translation Studies Reader. 2nd ed. Ed. Lawrence Venuti. Londres: Routledge, 2000. Impreso.

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Translations and Testimonials