CERES-seminarie: “Een kijkje in de werkkamer van vertaler Michele Hutchison”

Op woensdag 4 november om 13u30 ontvangt CERES literair vertaalster Michele Hutchison. Eerder dit jaar won ze de prestigieuze International Booker Prize voor haar vertaling van Marieke Lucas Rijnevelds De avond is ongemak (The Discomfort of Evening). Ze vertaalde eerder ook al Ilja Leonard Pfeijffers La Superba, Tom Lanoyes Gelukkige Slaven en tal van andere romans. Hutchison zal ons … Continue reading CERES-seminarie: “Een kijkje in de werkkamer van vertaler Michele Hutchison”

CERES Fall Seminars: Michele Hutchison & Kirsten Gehrman

This fall, two talented translators (Dutch-English) will join us to discuss recent work. Michele Hutchison won the 2020 International Booker Prize for her translation of Marieke Lucas Rijneveld's The Discomfort of Evening. In this seminar she will discuss her translation of Rijneveld and her work on Pfeijffer's Grand Hotel Europa among other things. Join CERES … Continue reading CERES Fall Seminars: Michele Hutchison & Kirsten Gehrman

Manus Prison Theory

CERES Seminar (in collaboration with EngLit Research Seminar and Metaforum): “Manus Prison Theory: Border Regimes, Displacement, Literature. A conversation with Behrouz Boochani (via live stream) and Omid Tofighian”

Date: Thursday 13 February, 12:00-14:30 Location: Holland College, Pater Damiaanplein 9, 3000 Leuven In the wake of the publication of his award-winning novel No Friend but the Mountains (Picador 2018), author Behrouz Boochani and translator Omid Tofighian developed a critical, creative and political project under the banner “Manus Prison Theory”. The project is based on interdisciplinary … Continue reading CERES Seminar (in collaboration with EngLit Research Seminar and Metaforum): “Manus Prison Theory: Border Regimes, Displacement, Literature. A conversation with Behrouz Boochani (via live stream) and Omid Tofighian”

CERES Symposium: ‘Circulation of Symbolic Goods’

Date: Tuesday, 21 January 2020 Location: KU Leuven, Brussels Campus (Warmoesberg 26, Brussels, Belgium), T'Serclaesgebouw, Raadzaal 07.16 This symposium brings together researchers working at the intersection of sociology, translation studies, reception studies, and world literature studies to share new work and explore opportunities for international collaborative research. The gathering is the first in a series … Continue reading CERES Symposium: ‘Circulation of Symbolic Goods’