February 5, 2014
The latest issue of this informative journal is now out and can be accessed at Artscape Japan.
In addition to this month's new articles, detailed below, Artscape Japan is happy to welcome a new contributor to their FOCUS section, Alice Gordenker.
All Things Adorable: "Kawaii" Art at the Yamatane Museum, by Alice Gordenker
January 6, 2014
The Kyoto Journal's Michael Lambe has just presented a restaurant guide by Judith Clancy, titled Kyoto Machiya Restaurant Guide: Affordable Dining in Traditional Townhouse Spaces. For the in-depth story of how the book came into being, see the three-part SWET interview with the author, publisher, and photographer here.
The book outlines... more
December 24, 2013
When Barry Lancet launched the first in what he envisioned as a mystery/thriller series exploring the high culture and low underbelly of Japan, he had no idea what to expect. By the first week of publication, Japantown was scheduled for a fourth printing and had been optioned for a TV series by J. J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions of Lost... more
December 4, 2013
This month's issue features these new articles:
Your Portrait: A Tetsumi Kudo Retrospective, by Christopher Stephens
Revisiting Morimura, Rembrandt, and the Hara Museum, by Lucy Birmingham... more
November 29, 2013
The Journal of Specialised Translation has recently announced a call for contributions for their next non-thematic issue in January 2015.
The journal is inviting innovative critical contributions dealing with any area or aspect of specialized translation, in particular: Features regarding specialized language; general and practical issues... more
November 19, 2013
(Photo by Doug Baz/Bard College)
Among writings on translation, its process and practice, William Weaver's essay on "The Process of Translation," included in The Craft of Translation edited by John Biguenet and Rainer Schulte (Chicago University Press), and the lively interview published in The Paris Review (Spring 2002) “The Art of... more
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