Translations of Geography: Representations of Space and Culture in Literary Text Analysis

Ilias G. Spyridonìdis
2021 Review of international affairs  
In recent years, the analysis of geographic, cultural, and semiotic spaces has gradually piqued the interest of researchers, particularly those involved in interdisciplinary projects in the fields of translation and cultural studies. But, what exactly do we mean when we argue about the translation of geography in terms of the perception and interpretation of space, real or imaginary? And how could literary text analysis offer qualitative and quantitative data in order to represent spaces and
more » ... tures and, finally, translate the geocultural coordinates of an area? The purpose of this article is to first identify the characteristics of modern translations of geography, and then to present a geocultural approach to literary text analysis that can reconstruct either geographic or semiotic and cultural space.
doi:10.18485/iipe_ria.2021.72.1182.4 fatcat:p5rw6dex2vdazd6crrrd5ymvgi