CFP: [Graduate] Graduate Student Translation Conference
CALL FOR GRADUATE STUDENT LITERARY TRANSLATORS
The Politics and Practice of Translation:
2008 Graduate Student Translation Conference, Columbia University
March 29â€"March 31, 2008
Keynote Speaker: Charles Simic
The newly formed Center for Literary Translation at Columbia University
is seeking graduate student translators from all over the country to
participate in the third biannual Graduate Student Translation Conference
in New York City, March 29-31, 2008. The Center hopes to gather a varied
group of emerging and established translators for a weekend of workshops
and round tables on the current politics and practice of literary
translation in the United States.
The weekend will consist of Workshops, Round Tables, and a Saturday
dinner at which Charles Simic will give the keynote speech. We encourage
graduate students to apply for a place in one of the literary translation
Workshops and/or to be one of the Round Table participants. Application
details are available at www.centerforliterarytranslation.org.
Application materials must be received by September 31, 2007.
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