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Translation as Haven: Dwelling in the Language of the In-Between

Emma Ramadan will discuss her relationship to translation and how translating texts that exist outside the domain of classical French—particularly experimental literature and works from North Africa and the Arab World—has opened up space for new language and new meanings, and in turn allowed for the discovery of a personal haven in the in-between.

Translation Talks: Khaled Mattawa and Sarah Riggs

The Griffin Poetry Prize is excited to launch their new series Translation Talks, with the first session taking place on Thursday, January 27th at 7pm ET on Zoom, featuring Khaled Mattawa in conversation with Sarah Riggs.

Roundtable on Literary Translation

The School of Modern Languages and Cultures (University of Warwick) is organizing a Roundtable on Literary Translation featuring Alexandra Büchler, Will Forrester, Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp, Ayça Türkoglu, and Sawad Hussain.

Translating Multilingualism?

The idea of translating a 'multilingual' text begs the question, what is the definition of a 'monolingual' text? During this panel, the three excellent speakers discuss their experiences of language, multilingualism and translating multilingualism, with reference to examples from their own work. This event is part of the BCLT Summer School panels.

Warts and All: Sustaining a Career in Literary Translation

Literary translator Nariman Youssef will chair a discussion with fellow professional translators Alice Guthrie, Anton Hur and Ruth Martin, to openly and honestly discuss the realities of sustaining a career in the industry. There will also be an opportunity for you to ask your own questions at this live online

ALTA’s Write the World: A Day of Translation

ALTA is excited to present Write the World: A Day of Translation! Connect with translators and translation enthusiasts from across the globe. Get ready for this day of virtual panels on topics related to literary translation on May 23, 2023! Panels include "The Power of Literary Awards to Expand Readership",