Translation, Semiotics, and Feminism Selected Writings of Barbara Godard (Key Thinkers on Translation)
English | 2021 | ISBN: 0367502712 | 281 pages | pdf | 3.22 MB
Translation, Semiotics, and Feminism: Selected Writings of Barbara Godard brings together 16 of the most important essays by the influential Canadian scholar, situating her thinking in relation to feminism and translation studies from the 1980s through the 2000s. Godard's lasting contributions helped to advance several areas in translation studies such as feminist theories and semiotics.The collection includes two previously unpublished essays and two essays that have so far only appeared in French.

Talking International Law Legal Argumentation Outside the Courtroom
English | 2021 | ISBN: 0197588433 | 377 pages | pdf, epub | 29.58 MB
Examining legal argumentation by states and other actors in the settings where it mostly transpires - outside of courts, Talking International Law challenges the realist assumption that legal argumentation is largely inconsequential. Addressing a gap in scholarship within international law and international relations theory, this book provides a comprehensive analysis of why it occurs, how, where, and to what effect by exploring the phenomenon in a range of issue areas, from security and human rights, to the environment, trade, and intellectual property.

Talking Health, Safety and Wellbeing Building an Empowering Culture in a Post-COVID World
English | 2021 | ISBN: 1032006307 | 143 pages | pdf | 3.44 MB
The book considers what makes an excellent face-to-face health and safety contact in the workplace, and why these contacts are a fundamental building block of any strong, caring, and empowering workplace culture. It stresses the vital importance of inquiry, empathy, and analysis in understanding what employees need to mitigate risk factors around safety and mental health.

Spielraum Teaching German through Theater
English | 2021 | ISBN: 0367445476 | 209 pages | pdf | 4.9 MB
Spielraum: Teaching German through Theateris a sourcebook and guide for teaching German language and culture, as well as social, cross-cultural, and multi-ethnic tensions, through dramatic texts. This book presents a range of theoretical and practical resources for the growing number of teachers who wish to integrate drama and theater into their foreign-language curriculum. As such, it may be adopted as a flexible tool for teachers seeking ways to reinvigorate their language classrooms through drama pedagogy; toconnect language study to the study of literature and culture; to inspire curricular rejuvenation; or to embark on full-scale theater productions.