Translation and the History of Fascism

  • Christopher Rundle
  • Kate Sturge


Recent research has placed cultural policy and practices at the very centre of our understanding of fascism,1 revealing much about the ideological frameworks of fascism as well as the institutional tools that were used to manage public perceptions and ideological change. However, within this growing body of work, one important aspect of cultural policy has been largely ignored, and that is translation, whether literary, cinematic or non-fiction.


Source Language Cultural Policy Interwar Period Nazi Regime Racial Purity 
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© Christopher Rundle and Kate Sturge 2010

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  • Christopher Rundle
  • Kate Sturge

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