SBL 2010 International Meeting - Tartu Estonia
Semiotics and Translation
Lecture and conversation with speaker, sponsored by Nida Institute for Biblical Scholarship at the American Bible Society
Siri Nergaard earned her PhD in Semiotics at the University of Bologna, Italy, where she studied under the direction of Umberto Eco. She currently teaches Translation Theory in the Masters in Publishing program directed by Professor Eco at the University of Bologna. She also teaches Semiotics and Text Theory at the University of Toensberg, Norway. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Nergaard has taken on the role of Editor in Chief of translation, an international journal of the Nida School of Translation Studies, to be launched later this year. An author and editor of several volumes on semiotics and translation, Nergaard is currently working on a new book, tentatively entitled The Third Way of Translation to be published in Italian and Norwegian.