Category Archives: Conferences

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

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Applications Open for Kenyon Review’s Polyglot Translation Workshop!

Don’t miss your chance! From July 11 – 23, 2021,the Kenyon Review is debuting the Kenyon Review Literary Translation Workshop exclusively online. Designed for aspiring and mid-career translators, this intensive and creative writing opportunity will help you find and refine your literary voice. Participants will benefit from:  … Continue reading

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ALTA43: In Between Registration is Open!

The American Literary Translators Association is excited to announce that registration for ALTA43: In Between is open! This year’s virtual ALTA conference will kick off on International Translation Day, September 30, 2020, for two and a half weeks of daily … Continue reading

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ALTA43 Session and Reading Proposals Close This Monday, July 6!

Session and reading proposals for ALTA43: In Between are closing soon! Be sure to submit to show us what you want to see at ALTA43 by this Monday, July 6. With the shift of the conference to a virtual format, sessions and readings … Continue reading

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ALTA43 Session and Reading Proposals Close July 6!

Session and reading proposals for ALTA43: In Between are closing soon! Be sure to submit to show us what you want to see at ALTA43 by July 6. With the shift of the conference to a virtual format, sessions and readings will … Continue reading

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