Month: December 2022

Comparative Critical Studies Vol. 19.3: Postcolonial Speculative Literature

The final issue of Comparative Critical Studies for 2022 is now available online:  Postcolonial Speculative LiteratureGuest Edited by July Blalack and Tasnim Qutait https://www.euppublishing.com/toc/ccs/19/3 Guest Editors’ Introduction: Speculative Fiction Beyond the WestTasnim Qutait  and July Blalack 19(3), pp. 281–296 Essays ‘Poison Rainbows’: The Speculative Jurisdiction of Okorafor’s LagoonTabea Wilkes19(3), pp. 299–313 ‘Uncertain Voyages of Signification’: Salvage Poetics of the CaribatopiaCathy Thomas19(3), pp. 315–340 Borders, Boundaries and …

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Bristol Translates: Literary Translation Summer School, University of Bristol, 3 – 7 July 2023

Aimed at practising translators at any stage of their career and at language enthusiasts who want to explore the world of literary translation, Bristol Translates offers the opportunity to work with leading professional translators to translate texts across the literary genres into English. Bristol Translates summer school takes place entirely online, making it accessible to …

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Conference: Territorial Bodies: World Culture in Crisis, University of Warwick, Saturday 25 February 2023

Registration is now open for this BCLA-sponsored conference. Please also consult the terms and conditions, including cancellation policy before booking. Territorial Bodies: World Culture in Crisis will be a one-day interdisciplinary conference, bringing together scholars from across the humanities. We aim to rethink dominant notions of crisis, using the framework of “territorial bodies” to generate new …

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