Head of Philosophical studies at the CNRS, Barbara Cassin is a specialist of the European thought and has been working for fifteen years on translation-related research. Coming to London on the occasion of the UK launch of the English translation of ‘Dictionary of Untranslatables: A Philosophical Lexicon’ (Princeton University Press, 2014), she will give a talk on the miracles and challenges of translation, delving into the resistances of European concepts and their fascinating history.
Institut français du Royaume-Uni, 17 Queensberry Place, London SW7 2DT, T: 020 7871 3515
25 June, 7pm – 8pm
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