Applications are open for Oxford's new Masters course in Comparative Literature and Critical Translation. The course is linked to OCCT and grows out of our research.
On Monday of Week 8, the Discussion Group welcomes Kasia Szymanska (Oxford) to discuss English translations of Polis
Dodie Bellamy will read an essay/fantasy that explores online harassment, bullying, and surveillance culture at the Ruskin School of Art (Bullingdon
The OCCT Discussion Group examines English translations of texts belonging to literatures which have often been deemed 'minor' and/or underre
Finnegans Wake is not 'in' any language; so its translations cannot be 'into' languages either.
Our friendly discussion group will meet on Monday of Week 4.
In Week 3, Vera Tobin will be speaking about "Shifting the Blame: Some Surprising Cognitive Elements of Narrative Surprise" at the Ficti
If you have an interest in Comparative Criticism and Translation Studies, come along to our friendly discussion group on Monday of Week 2.
OCCT’s Michaelmas 2018 programme is rich, and includes a book launch, a poetry reading, and various talks!
We are excited to announce that Oxford's new Masters course in Comparative Literature and Critical Translation has just been launched. The course is linked to OCCT and grows out of our research.