“Translation and the Afterlives of Literary Works”: A lecture by Jennifer Croft on Friday, April 1 2022, at 1 pm
Join us for this one-hour virtual event with Jennifer Croft, award-winning writer and translator. Croft will read from her unpublished novel in progress, Amadou, a writer’s approach to creating a translation philosophy that engages literary translation theory and practice. The reading will be followed by a conversation with UWM students and faculty interested in literary translation. The event is at 1 pm Central time, 4/1/2022. Click here to register: https://wisconsin-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJckfuuvrzwjHdLkfS3nRZfx-96gHweID8kx
UWM TIS is grateful to the German program, FLL, FICL, MALLT, and the Center for International Education for supporting this event.