Sunday 22 July to Friday 27 July*
The programme will include workshops translating from French, German, Japanese and Spanish into English. For the first time we will also be offering workshops translating from Norwegian into English and from Dutch into English.
Further programme information will be added as details are confirmed so please sign up for our e-newsletter or check the programme section for the latest updates.
If you translate from a language not on offer at this year’s summer school then why not apply for our new literary translation course in partnership with Arvon? Join Michael Henry Heim, Sasha Dugdale and guest Anthea Bell at Lumb Bank in August.
Download the Summer School timetable (PDF file) (document updated 20/02/12)
In each workshop, participants work with a writer-in-residence under the guidance of a workshop leader, who is an experienced literary translator. There will also be opportunities to meet editors and other guests from the publishing sector. Sessions run from 9.00 – 4.30pm each day and are followed by plenary events and panel discussions, including the presentation of the 2012 John Dryden Translation Prizes. At the end of the week everyone comes together to present their work.
*Please note change of date
Programme updates will be posted here as details are confirmed. Keep checking for the latest information or sign up for our regular e-newsletter.
French – English
Writer: Martin Page
Workshop leader: Adriana Hunter
German – English
Writer: Nino Haratischwili
Workshop leader: Katy Derbyshire
Tuesday 24 July at 5pm
Thomas Paine Study Centre Lecture Theatre
The keynote lecture will be given by Japanese workshop leader and translator, Michael Emmerich. This is a public event and everyone is welcome
REGISTRATION ENDS TUESDAY MAY 8TH!!!