ASP Seventh Annual International Graduate Student Workshop | Translating Armenians, Armenians Translated: Rethinking Methodologies for Armenian Studies
In recent years, the notion of translation has acquired a new currency while becoming invested with a new urgency, in particular for “marginal” programs within area studies, such as Armenian studies, which are often called to engage with translation in their efforts to position themselves within broader critical conversations that extend beyond their disciplinary scope.
In an effort to expand on such conversations, including those that took place during the last Armenian Studies Graduate Student Workshop at the University of Michigan in the spring of 2015, the next workshop, which will take place on April 22 and 23, 2016, wishes to continue the conversation on this topic with a two-day event entitled “Translating Armenians, Armenians Translated: Rethinking Methodologies for Armenian Studies.” The workshop is sponsored by the Armenian Studies Program and is organized by Ali Bolcakan and Etienne Charrière, both PhD candidates in the Department of Comparative Literature.
Organizers: Ali Bolcakan and Etienne Charrière, both PhD candidates in the Department of Comparative Literature, U-M.
For more information about the Annual Graduate Student Workshops and to view the call for papers.