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We run events, talks and workshops on all aspects of literary translation. Our events are open to the public and, unless stated otherwise, admission is free. Events are usually held at Trinity Centre for Literary and Cultural Translation, 36 Fenian Street, Dublin 2 (two minutes' walk from Trinity's Lincoln Gate). Most of our events are either online or hybrid, so you can join from wherever you are in the world. If you would like to join our mailing list, please sign up at the bottom of this page - or keep an eye on this website for regular updates. We are now on a Summer break, and we look forward to seeing you again in September.

We are celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Routledge Series 'New Perspectives in Translation and Interpreting Studies' with a number of lunchtime seminars with the eminent translation scholars who have published books in this series.

1-2pm, Thursday
22 September 2022 (online)

Routledge seminar series: Moira Inghilleri

At the fourth of these seminars, editor Michael Cronin will be in conversation with Moira Inghilleri about her book Translation and Migration (Routledge 2017).
Translation and Migration
 examines the ways in which the presence or absence of translation in situations of migratory movement has currently and historically shaped social, cultural and economic relations between groups and individuals. Acts of cultural and linguistic translation are discussed through a rich variety of illustrative literary, ethnographic, visual and historical materials, also taking in issues of multiculturalism, assimilation, and hybridity analytically re-framed.
Moira Inghilleri is Professor and Director of Comparative Literature, and Director of Translation and Interpreting Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amerst.
Booking details will be posted here in early September.


1-2pm, Tuesday
18 October 2022

Routledge seminar series: Siri Nergaard

At our fifth seminar, editor Michael Cronin will be in conversation with Siri Nergaard about her book Translation and Transmigration (Routledge 2021). In our globalized and transcultural world it has become more common than ever to live among different languages, to cross geographical and cultural borders frequently, to negotiate between multiple spaces and loyalties: from global businesspeople to guest workers, from tourists to refugees. Nergaard examines translation as a personal, intimate experience of a subject living in and among different languages and cultures and sees living in translation as a socio-psychological condition of transmigrancy with strong implications on emotions and behaviour.
Siri Nergaard teaches Norwegian at the University of Florence, and non-fiction writing at the University of South-Eastern Norway. In the past she has taught translation studies on the Masters Programme in Publishing at the University of Bologna.She is author and editor of several books on translation, mostly in Italian, and has served as editor-in-chief of the journal translation: a transdisciplinary journal.
Booking details will be posted here in early September.

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