Video and Audio
The Kusch Lectures
Polykarp Kusch was the 1955 Nobel laureate in physics. He joined UT Dallas in 1972 and was a UT System Regental Professor. When he retired, the University endowed a program of annual lectures with the theme “Concerns of the Lively Mind” in his honor.
A&H faculty member Rainer Schulte gave a lecture titled "Translation: A Model for Intercultural Communication." The lecture included an examination of the developmental of translation studies over the last 40 years, with particular reference to the founding of the American Literary Translators Association at UT Dallas.
Digital Translation: A Conversation with Dr. Frank Dufour and Dr. Rainer Schulte
An Interview with Profs. Rainer Schulte and Frank Dufour regarding Translation Studies in the digital age. They discuss the possibilities and changes in the field of Translation Studies as related to new media and technology.
An Interview with Rainer Schulte, Editor of mundus artium
Published January 1, 1971, KPFA-FM
Translation: A Model for intercultural communication
A&H faculty member Rainer Schulte gave a talk titled "Translation: A Model for Intercultural Communication." The lecture included an examination of the development of translation studies over the last 40 years, with particular reference to the founding of the American Literary Translators Association at UT Dallas and the journal Translation Review.
Lecture given 2/23/2010 at UT Dallas
Digital translations of music
A visual interpretation of J.S. Bach's Fugue No. 2 in C Minor. Each musical voice is separated by different colors. Created as part of a musical translation project by Prof. Rainer Schulte with the assistance of ATEC graduate student Bhuvana Mallikarjunaiah.
Rimbaud "voyelles" project prototype demonstration
Demonstration of the Rimbaud "Voyelles" project that is being developed by Profs. Rainer Schulte and Frank Dufour, with technical consultation from Prof. Cassini Nazir. This is only the seed of a much larger project that is being developed to provide an in depth analysis of the poem "Voyelles" and Arthur Rimbaud himself. Ultimately a digital object will be created that will incorporate a multitude of media.