Translating worlds, the epistemological space of translation / edited by William F. Hanks and Carlo Severi
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  • Translating worlds, the epistemological space of translation / edited by William F. Hanks and Carlo Severi
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  • Translating worlds
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  • the epistemological space of translation / edited by William F. Hanks and Carlo Severi
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  • Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • Special issues in ethnographic theory series
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  • Translating worlds: the epistemological space of translation / William F. Hanks and Carlo Severi -- The space of translation / William F. Hanks -- Transmutating beings: a proposal for an anthropology of thought / Carlo Severi -- Powers of incomprehension: linguistic otherness, translators and political structure in New Guinea tourism encounters / Rupert Stasch -- Healing translations: moving between worlds in Achuar shamanism / Anne-Christine Taylor -- Bilingual language learning and the translation of worlds in the New Guinea Highlands and beyond / Allan Rumsey -- Culinary subjetification: the translated worlds of menus and order / Adam Yuet Chou -- All translation is radical translation / Bruce Mannheim -- Acting translation: ritual and prophetism in twenty-first-century indigenous Amazonia / Carlos Fausto and Emmanuel de Vienne -- Words and worlds: ethnography and theories of translation / John Leavitt -- On the very possibility of mutual intelligibility / G.E.R. Lloyd
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