Category Archives: Conferences

DEADLINE EXTENDED for ALTA45: Value(s) Panel & Roundtable Proposals

Good news: The deadline to propose panels and roundtables for ALTA45: Value(s), ALTA’s year-round virtual programming, has been extended to Monday, June 27 at 11:59pm PT! Click here to propose a panel or roundtable. Find the call for proposals here, … Continue reading

Posted in ALTA Conference, Calls, Conferences | Leave a comment

Propose an ALTA-Sponsored Translation Event for AWP23

ALTA welcomes event proposals for AWP 2023 (March 8-11, 2023 in Seattle, WA). As part of our literary partnership, AWP has reserved slots for 3-5 literary translation events proposed by ALTA members! These sessions are a chance to showcase what … Continue reading

Posted in Calls, Conferences | Leave a comment

Apply to the Kenyon Review Summer Online Writers Workshops!

Don’t miss your chance to hone your translation skills this summer at the Kenyon Review Summer Online Writers Workshops! The virtual translation workshop will be taught by Kaiama L. Glover and André Naffis-Sahely (and one more instructor to be announced) … Continue reading

Posted in Calls, Conferences, Sponsored, Workshops | Leave a comment

Apply to Attend the 8th Annual Bread Loaf Translators’ Conference!

For a week of introductory and advanced literary translation workshops with award-winning faculty, along with lectures, readings, and classes, don’t miss your opportunity to attend the 8th annual Bread Loaf Translators’ Conference! Rolling applications are open till tomorrow, March 15. From … Continue reading

Posted in Calls, Conferences, Sponsored, Workshops | Leave a comment

ALTA44 Conference Theme Announced & Call for Participation Open

The ALTA Conference Committee invites proposals for roundtables and seminars for ALTA’s 44th annual conference. ALTA44: Inflection Points will take place both virtually and in-person in 2021, with an online weekend on October 15-17, and an in-person weekend on November 11-13 in … Continue reading

Posted in ALTA Conference, Calls, Conferences | Leave a comment