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Author Baker, Mona

Title Translating Dissent : Voices From and With the Egyptian Revolution
Published Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2015


Description 1 online resource (269 pages)
Series Critical Perspectives on Citizen Media
Critical perspectives on citizen media.
Contents Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of figures; Acknowledgements; Permissions; 1 Beyond the spectacle: translation and solidarity in contemporary protest movements; PART I Narrating revolution: historicizing revolutions; 2 A wish not to betray: some thoughts on writing and translating revolution; 3 Changing frames and fault lines: notes towards a map of a revolution's shifting narratives; 4 Translation and diaspora politics: narrating the struggle at 'home' and 'abroad'; 5 The contemporary epoch of struggle: anti-austerity protests, the Arab uprisings and Occupy Wall Street
PART II Translation as political intervention6 Text and context: translating in a state of emergency; 7 Ethical reflections on activist film-making and activist subtitling; 8 What word is this place?: translating urban social justice and governance; 9 Revolutionary poetics and translation; PART III Challenging patriarchy; 10 Translation and solidarity in Words of Women from the Egyptian Revolution; 11 On translating a superhero: language and webcomics; 12 An archive of hope: translating memories of revolution; PART IV Translation and the visual economy of protest
13 Translating emotions: graffiti as a tool for change14 Democratic walls?: street art as public pedagogy; 15 Pharaonic street art: the challenge of translation; 16 Translating Egypt's political cartoons; PART V Solidarity, translation and the politics of the margin; 17 Interview with Philip Rizk; PART VI Epilogue; 18 Moments of clarity; Index
Notes Print version record
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781315680873