April 2018 23

  • Monday
    7:30 PM
    ‘Translating Japanese Mysteries’

    The Global Studies Seminar welcomes Charles Exley, associate professor wonder Japanese literature at the University of Pittsburgh, and Michael Tangeman, associate professor of modern Japanese literature at Denison, presenting “Behind the Scenes of the Crime: Translating Japanese Mysteries.”

    Exley and Tangeman will take the audience into the minds of two translators as they discuss some of the intricacies of translating Japanese popular fiction (in this case, mysteries) for the anthology they edited — “Old Crimes New Scenes: A Century of Innovations in Japanese Mystery Fiction.” They will share with the rationale behind selection of the works included in the anthology, the frustrations of thinking in two languages simultaneously, and the reason why Exley came to learn about 19th-century Japanese wig-making for this project.

    Their presentation will be given in English.

    Open to Public: Yes
    Admission: FREE
    Questions?: Luis Villanueva, 740-587-8530
    Address: Slayter Hall, Shepardson College Room, Denison University, 200 Ridge Road, Granville, OH 43023
    Sponsored By: Global Studies Seminar