My job requires me to be a cultural translator of sorts. I don’t just fix writing mistakes. I help nonnative speakers in particular to communicate their scholarship in a different linguistic and rhetorical context, and under different market conditions in publishing. Continue reading
Knowledge does not simply exist, it is a human product whose formation, circulation, and translation always involves human beings and human agency in specific social, cultural, poltical, and economic contexts. History of Knowledge is a blog devoted to exploring the historiographical consequences of this insight.