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OCCT Discussion Group 2019-2020
Given the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to move our events online.
In Trinity Term 2020, we will meet digitally via Microsoft Teams on Mondays of even weeks (week 2: 4 May, week 4: 18 May, week 6: 1 June, week 8: 15 June) at 1pm-2pm. The Week 4 Discussion Group will coincide with an Oxford Translation Day event, Parwana Fayyaz's poetry reading.
The sessions will require registration: if you want to participate, please send an email to email@example.com specifying in the subject line which event you would like to attend, and you will receive an invitation to the meeting. Select Join Microsoft Teams Meeting in your meeting invite to be taken to a page where you can choose to either join on the web or download the desktop app. If you already have the Teams app, the meeting will open there automatically.
Registrations are now open for the following events:
Monday Week 6 (1 June) : Dramaturgy, Translation, and Reception around/in Aeschylus’ Agamemnon
Monday Week 8 (15 June) : Translation and the Zsolnay Publishing House, 1924-1938
To register please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with either the subject line: "Week 6 - Discussion Group registration" or "Week 8 - Discussion Group registration".
The Discussion Group is open to everyone who is interested in topics related to Comparative Criticism and Translation Studies. No knowledge of languages other than English or familiarity with translation studies is required to participate, and there will be no preparatory readings circulated in advance.
If you would be interested in facilitating one of the Discussion Group sessions, or suggesting a text or topic for discussion, please contact email@example.com. Please note that the Discussion Group is a dynamic forum for exchanging and debating ideas in an informal setting. As such, the introduction by a facilitator is not a formal presentation, but, rather, a prompt to the collective discussion.
The Discussion Group’s current conveners are Mariachiara Leteo, Yousif M. Qasmiyeh and Anna Saroldi. If you would like to join our mailing list, please send a blank email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to welcoming you on 4 May,
OCCT DG Co-Convenors, Mariachiara, Yousif and Anna
Trinity Term 2020: Live-Streamed Discussions and Poetry Readings
Hilary Term 2020: Comparative Research Projects
Michaelmas Term 2019: Special Guests
Trinity Term 2019: English Translations of 'Minor' Literatures
Hilary Term 2019: English Translations of 'Minor' Literatures
Michaelmas 2018: English Translations of 'Minor' Literatures
Trinity 2018: Comparative Reading Out of Context
Hilary 2018: Comparative Reading Out of Context
Michaelmas 2017: Comparative Reading Out of Context
Trinity 2017: Reading Out of Context
Hilary 2017: Aesthetic Judgement Out of Context
Michaelmas 2016: Key Issues in the Methodology of Comparative Study
Trinity 2016: Multilingualism
Hilary 2016: Intermediality
Michaelmas 2015: Ambiguity; Inter-Asian Comparisons - Material Culture, Body, and Image
Trinity 2015: Aesthetics Today; Inter-Asian Comparisons - Comparisons between East-Asian Cultures
Past conveners: Karolina Watroba, Modern Languages; Valeria Taddei, Modern Languages; Kate Costello, Oriental Studies; Anita Paz, Ruskin School of Art; Amy Xiaofan Li, Oriental Studies; Kasia Szymanska, Modern Languages; Peter Hill, Oriental Studies; Rosie Lavan, English.