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At Senate House (London): A Panel Discussion on 'Translating Gender in Austrian Literature'

Date: 4 June 2013 Time: 15.45-17.30

Venue: Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London (Senate House)

Allyson Fiddler will lead the panel discussion on "Translating Gender in Austrian Literature" with other experts on literary studies and translation,on TUESDAY, 4 JUNE, 2013from 3.45 - 5.30 pmin S 264, SENATE HOUSE, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.The discussion will be made available as a podcast.

DISCUSSANTS: Allyson Fiddler (Lancaster) Geoffrey C. Howes (Bowling Green, Ohio) Karen Leeder (Oxford) Mike Mitchell (Translator of Franz Kafka, Friedrich Glauser and m.o.; special interest in Austrian literature) Please email Heide Kunzelmann (h.m.a.kunzelmann@kent.ac.uk) for more information This Panel Discussion is co-organized by Heide Kunzelmann (Ingeborg Bachmann Centre for Austrian Literautre), Birgit Friedrich (University of Nottingham) and Marcela Pozarkova (Queen Mary Unviersity of London).

Event website: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=532080163504224&id=200385620007015

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Who can attend: Anyone

 

Further information

Associated staff: Allyson Fiddler

Organising departments and research centres: European Languages and Cultures

Keywords: Austria, Gender, German, Literary theory, Literature and gender, Literature and politics, Translation

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