Maria Sofia Silva, Ana Carolina Pereira


This paper aims to delve into the intricate nexus between translation and gender studies while exploring the influence of language, culture, and power dynamics on the translation of gender-related texts. Adopting an interdisciplinary perspective, the paper seeks to unravel the complexities and challenges faced in translating gendered language and its implications for feminist theory and activism. Through in-depth analysis of case studies and theoretical frameworks, this article intends to offer a comprehensive understanding of the pivotal role of translation in shaping gender discourses and advancing gender equality.

Este artigo tem como objetivo aprofundar a complexa relação entre tradução e estudos de gênero, enquanto explora a influência da linguagem, cultura e dinâmicas de poder na tradução de textos relacionados ao gênero. Adotando uma perspectiva interdisciplinar, o artigo busca desvendar as complexidades e desafios enfrentados na tradução de linguagem de gênero e suas implicações para a teoria feminista e ativismo. Através da análise aprofundada de estudos de caso e estruturas teóricas, este artigo pretende oferecer uma compreensão abrangente do papel fundamental da tradução na formação dos discursos de gênero e no avanço da igualdade de gênero.


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