November 11121314
All events are free of charge and in English.
 

Poisoned Roots

Saturday, November 13 at 1:00 PM

Virtual Event

The after-effects of war—hot or cold—reverberate through generations. This panel will explore how experiences of war shape even generations and societies who believe they’ve been spared. This is nothing new: as Homer warned, “Beware the toils of war . . . the huge dragnet sweeping up the world.” Can literature build antibodies by bringing those toxins to light? Featuring: Isabel Fargo Cole, Ivna Žic, Anna Baar, and Joshua Cohen. Moderated by festival co-curator Alta L. Price. > Details

Who are You Calling Strange?: How Translation Can Challenge Established Norms and Narratives

Saturday, November 13 at 4:00 PM

Goethe-Institut New York: Hybrid Event

The festival’s signature translation event returns to explore how translation can refine and even redefine dominant historical and socio-political norms and narratives. Translation Pairings: I. Sawako Nakayasu and Katrine Jensen II. Jill Schoolman and Archipelago Translators Peter Wortsman, Mary Ann Newman, and Tess Lewis III. Isabel Fargo Cole and Jennifer Croft > Details