GlobaLS en el Congreso Europeo World and Global History 2021

Ana Kvirikashvili (predoctoral researcher), Elisabet Carbó (predoctoral researcher) and Diana Roig-Sanz (coordinator), from the IN3's Global Literary Studies Research Lab (GlobaLS), will be taking part in the European Congress on World and Global History: Minorities, Cultures of Integration, and Patterns of Exclusion, organized by the European Network in Universal and Global History (ENIUGH), on Tuesday 15 June from 12:45 to 2:15 p.m. and from 2:30 to 4 p.m. (CEST).


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15/06/2021 12.45h


European Network in Universal and Global History (ENIUGH)


Kvirikashvili, Carbó and Roig-Sanz will coordinate the panel titled “Between the Nation and the World: The Role of Translation in the Circulation of Small/Minor/Peripheral/Less Translated Literatures”. The panel will be chaired by Kvirikashvili and involve the participation of GlobaLS researchers Laura Fólica, who will give a speech called “The Tension between Spanish and Indigenous Languages in Latin American Adelante-Garde Literary Journals during the Twenties”; Elisabet Carbó, who will deliver her speech, “The Internationalization of Catalan Culture: An Overview”; Maud Gonne, who will give a speech under the title “Between Belgium, Flanders and the Others. Literary Translation Practices and Beliefs in Wallonia (1850-1930)”; and Kvirikashvili herself, who will deliver the speech “Mapping 30 Years of Circulation of a Less-Translated Literature: Georgian Books Abroad since 1991”.

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