A conference organised by Dr Olga Castro, Languages and Translation Studies at Aston, with the support of the Centre for Language Research (CLaRA) at Aston.
11.30am: Registration and welcome. [Room: MB 404C]
12.00-12.45pm: Keynote. [Room: MB 404C]
“Challenges of transnational feminist translation studies”. Prof Luise von Flotow, Ottawa.
Chair: Dr Olga Castro, Aston.
12.45-1.30pm: Lunch break
1.30-2.45pm: Panel 1: Applying Gender Theories in Translation. [Room: MB 245]
“Engendering Translator Training: An Idiosyncratic Ambition or a Social Need?”, Dr Marcella De Marco, London Metropolitan.
“Translation and queer feminist activism. Some Italian scenarios”, Dr Michela Baldo, Hull.
“Intersectional Feminism and Translation in a Transnational World”, Dr Olga Castro, Aston.
Chair: Dr Gabriela Saldanha, Birmingham
2.45-3pm. Short break
3-4.15pm: Panel 2: Women Writers and/in Translation. [Room: MB 245]
“Beauvoirian Global Genealogies”, Dr Pauline Henry-Tierney, Newcastle.
“Arab women's literary creativity in transit: the politics of translating gendered activism”, Ruth Abou Rached, Manchester.
“Anthologies in Translation. Central American Women Writers and the Anglophone Book Market”, Dr Tamara De Ines Anton, Reading.
Chair: Dr Chantal Wright, Warwick
4.15-4.30pm. Concluding remarks and end of conference.[Room: MB 245]
Full details and registration: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/international-conference-womengenderfeminism-and-translation-studies-tickets-44910993992?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=estw&utm-source=tw&utm-term=listing