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The concept of the imaginary was initially developed within the disciplines of social sciences and psychology. The theoretical framework concerning the imaginaries of TTT (translation, tradition, transmission) constitutes an elaboration upon pre-existing discourses surrounding the ‘linguistic imaginary.’ Consequently, this notion proves instrumental in elucidating and analyzing the subjective dimensions inherent in TTT processes, such as the individual imaginaries of translators, communicators, and cultural actors. Furthermore, it facilitates a comprehensive exploration of the diverse conceptualizations and representations of TTT, including the imaginaries associated with the act of translating or the traditional myths in national literatures, that influence the dissemination of any ‘cultural object’.




Christina Bezari (KU Leuven University, founder)

Vera Gajiu (Università di Torino)

Eleonora Gallitelli (Università Roma Tre)

Francesco Laurenti (IULM, Milano)

Monica Lucioni (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano)

Douglas Ponton (Università di Catania)

Riccardo Raimondo (Università di Catania, founder)

Eleonora Ravizza (Università di Catania)

Alessandro Scarsella (Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia)

Daniele Speziari (Università di Ferrara)

Allison Steenson (University of Sussex)

Zuzana Toth (University of Basel)

Valentina Varinelli (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano)

Marisa Verna (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano)

Thomas Vuong (University Paris-Nord, founder)



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