Critical Cultural Translation: practice more than theory

15 May 2015, by cp14603 in News

AHRC InviteCritical Cultural Translation: practice more than theory

Second TML Workshop 

Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Friday 12 June 2015

Organisers: Derek Duncan (St Andrews) and Margaret Hills de Zarate (QMU)




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Critical Cultural Translation Programme






  • Hi Abby! I admit I did put the gloves prttey close to the dress in the PDF file, so it may be somewhat hard to cut out the gloves and add tabs but it isn’t impossible. After you print the dress out, you could use a pencil to make little square tabs where you want them to be, most likely in this case 2-3 bigger ones on the upper side of the arm where there is more space and perhaps 1-2 tiny ones on the underside where you don’t have as much room. Hope that answers your question and have fun!-Rebekah