The UW Translation Studies Hub—a campus-wide start-up initiative sponsored by the UW Simpson Center for the Humanities—invites you to attend the first of a year-long series of working colloquia and guest lectures. Our first meeting will include two presentations:
“Inspiring Revelations: Simultaneous Classroom Translations of the Old and New Testaments in Greek and Latin”
James Clauss UW Department of Classics
“Drawing on Multiple Translations of Homer in the Classroom”
Olga Levaniouk, UW Department of Classics
The Translation Studies Hub at the University of Washington aims to coalesce energies on campus and beyond by building on existing and emergent faculty and graduate student research projects, courses, and initiatives in public engagement around translation. Tangible outcomes include increasing the visibility of current research and promoting new research in translation studies, program building at the graduate level (with follow-on effects at the undergraduate level), and creating additional/alternative professional pathways for graduate students.
For further information, contact Richard Watts, email@example.com
Zoom Registration Required: https://washington.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIvd-GoqDktHdSNe8F-cqzPX5seBKaiZ3Fc