Sebald-Image-Translation Symposium May 10-11, 2019
Julian Study Centre, UEA
In addition to the two upcoming exhibitions celebrating what would have been the 75th birthday of W.G. Sebald, there will be a symposium this Friday and Saturday at the Julian Study Centre Lecture Theatre, University of East Anglia, Norwich. Here are the details from its website:
On Friday evening May 10, 5-6.30 pm, Daniel Hahn will be hosting a panel discussion on “Translating W.G. Sebald,” with translators Jo Catling (UEA), Radovan Charvat (Czech Republic), Teresa Ruiz-Rosas (Peru) and Ulrika Wallenström (Sweden).
On Saturday 11 May the symposium program is as follows:
11.15 Welcome (Jo Catling, Duncan Large)
Richard Hibbitt (Leeds) – “W.G. Sebald: English, French, German, Swiss”
12.00 Jo Catling (UEA) – “Hidden Translation, Absent Images: W.G. Sebald and Translation”
12.45 Stephen Watts (London) – “W.G. Sebald: European Artist”
1.15 Buffet lunch
2.00 Lynn Wolff (Michigan State) – “Translating W.G. Sebald’s Method into Words and Images”
2.45 “W.G. Sebald in conversation with Maya Jaggi and Anthea Bell” (audio recording)
Round Table with Friends and Colleagues of W.G. Sebald
Both events are free, but please e-mail email@example.com if you are planning to attend.