The seventh annual ESLT Summer School will take place online, bringing together around 25
translators and educators from across Europe who are passionate about teaching
literary translation. The four-day programme includes a mixture of lectures,
seminars and workshops, and features a panel discussion with leading European
translation associations. Confirmed faculty participants include Paul Bandia (Concordia), Henri Bloemen (Leuven), Lia Bruna (STRADE), Justyna Czechowska (CEATL), Rebecca DeWald (NCW), Haidee Kotze (Utrecht), Vanda Mikšić (Zadar), Fannah Palmer (ELV), Kristiina Taivalkoski-Shilov (Turku) and Kasia Tryczyńska (Wrocław).
The keynote will be delivered by Anthony Pym (Melbourne) and will be a free public event. Click here to register or watch it on our YouTube channel.
For more information click on the programme or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
School aims to bring together literary translators (at any stage in their
career) who are keen to develop their teaching skills and find out about
innovations in the field. Applications from outside Europe are welcome, but
sessions will observe Central European Summer Time. Participants must be aged
18 or over.
confirmation of acceptance, a registration fee of €120,00 (incl.
VAT) will be payable to ESLT to cover all tuition. Returning ESLT alumni are
eligible for a 50% discount; PETRA-E members for a €100,00 fee.
bursaries will be offered, for those who would otherwise be prevented from
attending. Please indicate in your application if you would like to
be considered for one of these.