Dolors Poch and Jordi Julià (eds.). València: Universitat de València
Escribir con dos voces [‘Writing with two voices’] offers insights on how language choice influences the production of Iberian bilingual writers, particularly in diglossic situations. This volume aims to contribute to a better understanding of the tension between different linguistic and literary traditions in order to construct a useful model to deepen the comparative study of Iberian cultures. In summary, Escribir con dos voces seeks to shed light on writing processes in Iberian contexts.
This book, coordinated by Dolors Poch and Jordi Julià, includes contributions by authors such as Rexina Rodríguez Vega, Maria do Cebreiro Rábade Villar, Cristina Martínez Tejero, Jon Kortazar, Pere Ballart, Xosé Bolado and Margarida Freixas, among others.
“Tradução de literatura e ensaio no século XXI”. November 25 2020 (online), starting at 9.30 (Portuguese time)
After the success of the first two editions, CHAM-Centro de Humanidades (Universidade NOVA de Lisboa), the Núcleo de Estudos Ibéricos e Ibero-Americanos (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) and the Faculty of Translation and Interpreting (Universidad de Granada) organize the III Jornadas sobre Tradução Português-Espanhol e Espanhol-Português, which will be devoted to the translation of literature and essay on the twenty-first century. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year the Jornadas will be held online.
The program includes three plenary talks as well as two round-tables with invited literary translators and editors.
Full program and other details are available here.
The fifth Pleibéricos event will take place today, Thursday November 12 at 7 pm (CET). The session will be moderated by Santiago Fouz Hernández (Durham University), Esther Gimeno Ugalde (University of Vienna), and Annabel Martín (Darmouth College), as guest moderator. The live event can be followed through the Pleibéricos’ Youtube channel.
Pleibéricos is an open and multilingual initiative created in response to the Covid-19 pandemic open to scholars and readers interested in knowing the latest books published in the field of Iberian studies (understood as widely as possible, but with special attention to Cultural studies) in any language.
Four new books and a special issue will be presented in this fifth Pleibéricos session. Here more details about the program:
The conference “World Literature and the Minor: Figuration, Circulation, Translation” will explore the multifaceted meanings of the minor from different disciplinary perspectives—as it is represented in literary texts (figuration), as it inflects patterns of mobility and reception (circulation), and as it marks processes of linguistic and cultural transfer (translation). The conference will work towards a critical, more inclusive understanding of the minor, both conceptually and methodologically.
By placing the minor at the centre of the debate and exploring the interactions between its multiple meanings, scales and dimensions, the conference will recalibrate the divergence between major and minor and investigate the implications of this divide for the representation, circulation and translation of minority.
While the conference is wider in scope, the concept of “minor literature” has also been frequently applied (and discussed) within Iberian literatures. This conference therefore offers the possibility of placing those discussions and analysis in a global context.
15 December 2020: deadline for abstract submission
The fourth Pleibéricos event took place yesterday, Monday October 19. Guest moderators of this special Portugal session were Ângela Fernandes (Facultade de Letras, Univ. Lisbon) and Teresa Pinheiro (TU Chemnitz). The recorded version of this event can be accessed through Pleibérico’s Youtube channel.
Pleibéricos is an initiative open to all the scholars and readers interested in knowing the latest books published in the field of Iberian studies (understood as widely as possible, but with special attention to Cultural studies) in any language – including all Iberian languages.
The following books were presented in this fourth Pleibéricos session: