Event Type: Conversations
Date
October 18, 2017

Location

328 Milbank, Barnard Hall


Time
6:00 pm – 8:15 pm

Event Organizer

L. Maria Bo, ICLS Graduate Fellow in Global Language Justice


Event Sponsor

Event Co-Sponsor(s)

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
NY Humanities
The Barnard Center for Translation Studies
The Institute for Comparative Literature and Society


Living in Translation

A public humanities event.

Does multilingualism structure the life and communities you inhabit in NYC? Does the experience of growing up between languages speak to you? Or have you ever traveled abroad, only to come home and find that you’d changed too much for English to be home for you anymore? Explore these issues and more in discussion with your peers. We’ll use poetry and theory to try to make sense of daily living in translation, and we welcome you to share your perspective and learn from others.

Contact L. Maria Bo at lmb2204@columbia.edu for more details. Refreshments provided. Part of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar Series in Global Language Justice

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74 Morningside Drive
New York, NY, 10027
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