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Sunday, May 28 • 13:30 - 15:30
Self-Translation/Auto-traduction (with ACQL)

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Chair/Président: Joseph Pivato 

Eva C. Karpinski, York University, “Self-Translation and/as Neuroplasticity: Re-examining Nancy Huston’s Losing North/Nord perdu and The Tale-Tellers/L’espèce fabulatrice 


Elena Anna Spanguolo, University of Manchester, “Self-Translation: Giving Voice to a Hybrid Identity” 

Tiziana Nannavecchia, University of Ottawa, “Impossible monolingualism: self-translation as a way of life in Antonio D’Alfonso’s Babel.” 

Trish Van Bolderen, University of Ottawa, “Is Nancy Huston a Canadian Self-translator?” 

Book Launch: Robert Kroetsch: Essays on His Works, ed. Nicole Markotic 


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Joseph Pivato

Professor Emeritus, Athabasca University
I write about ethnic minority writing in Canada. I have published books on Italian-Canadian writing, George Elliott Clarke and Sheila Watson. I am co-editing a book on Comparative Literature. I organized a session on writers who practice self-translation for Sunday, PM.


Sunday May 28, 2017 13:30 - 15:30 EDT
VIC - Victoria 501

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