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’
Date: 12-14 December 2019 Location: Faculty of Arts, KU Leuven Blijde Inkomstraat 31, 3000 Leuven CERES co-organizes the international conference on “Late Romanticism: Past and Present”. More information: https://www.arts.kuleuven.be/lateromanticism.
CERES Seminar, in cooperation with the Research Group English Literature. Date: Fri 22 November, 2pm-4pm Location: Faculty of Arts, KU Leuven, Blijde Inkomstraat 31, 3000 Leuven (Room tba) Participation is free, but please register by e-mail to Ernest DeClerck. Paul Tenngart presents the research programme on “Cosmopolitan and Vernacular Dynamics in World Literature”, based at Stockholm University … Continue reading 22/11/2019: CERES/Research Group English Literature Seminar: Paul Tenngart (Lund University): “Cosmopolitan and Vernacular Dynamics in World Literature.”
Date: Wed 13 November, 1.30pm-3pm Location: KU Leuven Campus Brussel, Paternosterzaal (6306, Hermes 3 Building) Earlier this year, Jabik Veenbaas published the first complete Dutch translation of Adam Smith’s classic The Wealth of Nations (1776). CERES invites the translator to discuss the importance of the work, the background and genesis of his translation, and particular … Continue reading 13/11/2019: CERES Seminar: Adam Smith’s The Wealth of Nations/De welvaart van landen: a seminar with translator Jabik Veenbaas
Date: Wed 23 October, 2pm-4pm Location: KU Leuven Campus Brussel, Van Genechtenzaal (6303, Hermes 3 Building) Participation is free, but please register by e-mail to Ernest DeClerck. This lecture takes a thematic approach to the literary journey of Proust’s work made to China and back by means of translation, reception, and the creation of a … Continue reading CERES/CETRA fall lecture: “Proust in the Chinese Shadow: Ideology, Visuality, Transcultural Constellation”, Shuangyi Li (Lund University)