Historiography concerns the way in which the history of a given discipline, in this case translating and interpreting, is written about from a theoretical and methodological point of view; in other words, it is the metadiscourse of translation and interpreting history, or what D’hulst has called its “metahistoriography”. This article looks at the way this metadiscourse has evolved over the last 20 years.

Historiography

Christopher Rundle
2019

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Historiography concerns the way in which the history of a given discipline, in this case translating and interpreting, is written about from a theoretical and methodological point of view; in other words, it is the metadiscourse of translation and interpreting history, or what D’hulst has called its “metahistoriography”. This article looks at the way this metadiscourse has evolved over the last 20 years.
2019
Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation Studies 3rd Edition
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Christopher Rundle
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