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All that glitters is not gold: a reality check for literary translators in Aotearoa New Zealand

All that glitters is not gold: a reality check for literary translators in Aotearoa New Zealand

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Provider: New Zealand Society of Translators and Interpreters
Price:
$30.00 NZSTI Member - entitlement note
$30.00 NZSTI members
$30.00 Student
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$60.00 Standard Price
Incl GST

Description

ENTITLEMENT NOTE HOLDERS ARE NOT SUBSIDISED BY MBIE FOR THIS EVENT

 

LIVE WEBINAR:
Wednesday, 21 September 2022
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Online via Zoom

RECORDED WEBINAR: Available below

 

Register today for this online workshop in which Jana & Marco will address the challenges and constraints that literary translators, both emerging and established, ought to consider and be prepared to face in Aotearoa New Zealand. 

Jana & Marco live their passion for and commitment to translation, especially to literary translation, as a form of intercultural communication in practice and an expression of their cultural activism. As non-native speakers of English, educated and now working in English-speaking countries in both hemispheres, they share an uncompromising approach to translating from and into their second language – English. From skillsets to training, breaking through, visibility, reputation and even remuneration, literary translation is a hard nut to crack. 

Jana & Marco will discuss – in an uncensored but hopefully uplifting way – why this is the case worldwide, and particularly in Aotearoa New Zealand, and why the way forward is to remove the glitter and take on the grit. 

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This presentation will be recorded and the recording made available to registered participants soon after.

Presenters:

Jana Grohnert and Marco Sonzogni research and teach translation theory and practice and intercultural communication at the School of Languages and Cultures, Te Herenga Waka-Victoria University of Wellington. Jana takes a special interest in the bilingual self-translated literature of Anne Weber and translation into English as a non-native language. Marco takes a special interest in poetry translation, self-translation and translation pedagogy.  

 

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