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A weekly student run show about Temple University’s intercollegiate athletic programs. It is anchored, produced, filmed and edited by students of Temple University. Click here for more information.
Global 3000 – Deutsche Welle’s globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving the global population today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization.
In “Mistranslation and Catastrophe”, Dr. Brickhouse reflects on the role of mistranslation in her own research, and the productive possibilities of embracing ‘mistranslation’ over other values-‘mastery,’ for example, or the ‘untranslatable.’ She addresses the role of translation and mistranslation in Estrella Distante (Distant Star) by the late Chilean writer Roberto Bolano, whose novella about the catastrophic aftermath of the CIA-encouraged coup in Chile begins with a mysterious, (mis)translated epigraph from Faulkner. Taking Estrella Distante as inspiration, she then move back in time to explore a much earlier catastrophe as well as a chain of translations and mistranslations surrounding it: the Lima earthquake of 1746.
As the American economy begins it’s slow recovery, the current student will have to learn to make the most of opportunities in new industries, particularly by understanding new technology. The Temple Economics Society presents an in-depth discussion of the American economy with business professionals. Host Tedi Kotori discusses this American industrial renaissance with Temple professors Doug Weber, Niraj Patel, and David Schuff.