In our next Discussion Group session, on Monday Week 8 (30 November), 5-6pm, Sowon Park (UCSB), in conversation with Matthew Reynolds (Oxford), will give us a talk on 'What script teaches us about
OCCT invites submissions for a one-day virtual workshop, Fictions of Retranslations: Retranslating Language and Style in Prose Fiction. The workshop will be hosted online, on 12 March 2021.
On Monday, 16 November 2020 (1-2pm), the Discussion Group welcomes Claudio Russello, an Oxford DPhil student, who will explore the topic, Transitioning into the vernacular: China and Greece in para
On Tuesday 10 November (5:15-7:15 pm), Felix Budelmann and Ben Morgan will host the Fiction and Other Minds seminar, focusing on t
In our next Discussion Group session, on Monday Week 4 (2 November), 1-2pm, we will have a joint event with OCCT Review in which we will have the opportunity to meet the editors of the jou
Given the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to move our events online.
This term, OCCT will continue to run its events online via Microsoft Teams. The Discussion Group has some great sessions lined up!
The winner of this year’s Oxford-Weidenfeld Translation Prize is David Hackston for his translation of Pajtim Statovci’s Crossing
The Oxford–Weidenfeld Prize is for book-length literary translations into English from any living European language.