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Literature.  London,  14/09/2017

International Conference on Catalan Literature in English at QMUL: Translation, Readership and Impact



The Conference 'Catalan Literature in English: Translation, Readership, and Impact', will focus on the commercial position of Catalan literature - novel,poetry or dramaturgy - in the English speaking market .

An evening of Catalan literature, with speakers as Ronald Puppo, Peter Bush, Teresa Solana, Mara Lethem, Clive Boutle. Also. presentations of the translations of Josafat  by Díaz-Vicedo and  The wind of the night, translated by Peter Bush . 

In collaboration with IRLL


FULL PROGRAMME
 
Thursday, 14 of September
Venue: Room 1.28, Arts One, Queen Mary
9.30 Registration
9.45-10.00 John London (Queen Mary, University of London): Welcome.
 
The Reception of Translations (Chair: Helena Buffery)
 
10.00-10.30
 
 
10.30-11.00
 
 
 
11.00-11.15 Sharon Feldman (University of Richmond): ‘Àngel Guimerà in America’
 
Mark Johnston (DePaul University, Chicago): ‘The Reception of Ramon Llull among Anglophone Audiences in the Twentieth Century: Dislocation and Discontinuity’
 
Discussion.
 
11.15-11.35
Morning coffee.
 
11.35-12.05
 
 
12.05-12.35
 
 
 
12.35-13.00
Richard Mansell (University of Exeter): ‘Catalan Literature in English: 1975–2016’
 
Jennifer Arnold (University of Birmingham): ‘A Broken Window: Reader Responses to Catalan Literature in Translation’ 
 
Discussion.
 
13.00-14.00
Light lunch (provided): outside Room 1.33, Arts One & in the Pati del Cavall Mort
 
Theoretical & Thematic Approaches (Chair: Xelo Sanmateu)
 
14.00-14.30
 
 
 
14.30-15.00
Pedro Ivorra (Universitat Pompeu Fabra): ‘Study of Phraseological Units in La Plaça del Diamant and its translations into English’
 
Caterina Riba (Universitat de Vic): ‘Traducció i feminisme: La poesia catalana d’autoria femenina traduïda a l’anglès per Montserrat Abelló’
 
15.00-15.15
Break.
 
15.15-15.45
 
 
15.45-16.15
 
 
16.15-16.45
 
 
16.45-17.00
Dominic Keown (University of Cambridge): ‘Translation: An Academic Transfer There and Back?’
 
Helena Buffery (University College, Cork): ‘Cultural Trauma Narratives in/and Translation’
 
Rhiannon McGlade (University of Cambridge): ‘Tickling the Translator: Humour and Translation in Catalan Literature’
 
Discussion.
 
 
 
Venue: David Sizer Lecture Theatre, Francis Bancroft Building, ground floor)
 
17.30-18:30 Round Table: 
Publishers, Authors & Translators (Chair: Ronald Puppo)
 
With: Peter Bush, Clive Boutle, Mara Lethem, Laura McGloughlin, Teresa Solana, & Quercus Books, among others.
 
18.30 Drinks & book launches: 
Prudenci Bertrana, Josafat, translated by Peter Bush and Noèlia Díaz-Vicedo’s Bloody Roots
 
 
(venue: FADS Studio Theatre)
 
20.00 Performance: 
Spirals
Devised & Performed by PartSuspended www.partsuspended.com
Concept & Direction: Hari Marini
 
Poetry: Noèlia Díaz Vicedo (Bloody Roots. London: Francis Boutle Publishers, 2017)
 
Evening meal: your own arrangements.
 
Friday, 15 of September
Venue: Room 1.28, Arts One, Queen Mary
 
The Experience of the Translator (Chair: Sharon Feldman)
 
10.00-10.30
 
 
10.30-11.00
 
Ronald Puppo (Universitat de Vic): ‘Great moments in contemporary Catalan-English translation’
 
John London (Queen Mary, University of London): ‘The Translation of Hidden Identities: Espriu and Calders’
 
11.00-11.15 Morning coffee
 
11.15.11.45 Noèlia Díaz-Vicedo (Queen Mary, University of London): ‘Translating as a Feminist: Notes Towards a Bilingual Body’
 
11.45-12.15 Peter Bush (Oxford): ‘Catalan Ironies in a Serendipitous Translators’ Canon’
 
12.15-12.45 Mara Lethem (New York): ‘Experiences as a translator of contemporary Catalan prose’
 
12.45-13.00 Discussion.
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Centre for Catalan Studies at QMUL organizes a 2 day programme of Conferences of Catalan literature

Thursday, 14 of September ( 09:30-18:30)
Venue: Room 1.28, Arts One, Queen Mary

Friday, 15 of September
Venue: Room 1.28, Arts One, Queen Mary (10:00-13)

 

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