Close-Reading A Global Novel Across Languages
THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED DUE TO ADVERSE WEATHER
The TORCH Oxford Comparative Criticism and Translation programme are hosting an event on 'Close-Reading a Global Novel Across Languages: Prismatic Jane Eyre'
What does it mean to close-read a global novel? This seminar will explore the question, airing material from the AHRC-funded Prismatic Translation project and offering new ways of thinking about multiple translations. A cluster of brief presentations by the participants will open onto discussion.
[Prismatic Translation is part of the AHRC - OWRI Creative Multilingualism research programme, and is hosted by OCCT]
OCCT is a Divisional research programme supported by TORCH and St Anne's College. Their organising committee includes Professor Matthew Reynolds, Professor Adriana X. Jacobs, Professor Mohamed-Salah Omri, Dr Eleni Philippou, Dr Peter Hill, Ms Karolina Watroba, Ms Kate Costello, Ms Valeria Taddei, Dr Kasia Szymanska, Professor Ben Morgan, and Professor Patrick McGuinness.https://platform.twitter.com/widgets/follow_button.219ae0a24a0fde13418c38af0499134b.en.html#dnt=false&id=twitter-widget-0&lang=en&screen_name=OxfordCCT&show_count=false&show_screen_name=true&size=m&time=1548929626666
Comparative Criticism and Translation
Contact name: Dr Eleni Philippou
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Audience: Open to all