Re:LiT is a network of researchers and translators at the Centre for Translation Studies who are interested in the theory and practice of literary translation in its many forms, including multimodal and intermedial translation, its cultural, social, cognitive, linguistic, and aesthetic dimensions, its agents and actors. This network provides a platform for presenting recent research activities and translation projects, fostering the development and exchange of new ideas, and promoting dialogue among researchers and members of the larger translation community.


Current Activities

Research

31.03.2022 17:30
 

Zoom-Vortrag

'The damned baron': The challenges of post-editing machine-translated literary texts

Waltraud Kolb

30.09.2021 19:00
 

Was passiert, wenn ein von Maschinen übersetzter literarischer Text nachbearbeitet wird, und was unterscheidet diesen Prozess von der traditionellen...

15.06.2021 17:00
 

Zoom-Vortrag

Mensch-Computer-Interaktion bei der Übersetzung von Wortspielen

Waltraud Kolb & Tristan Miller

31.05.2021
 

The volume on Literary Translator Studies is in print and is expected to be released by the John Benjamins Publishing Company in May 2021.

25.03.2021
 

Book launch event on 25 March 2021 organized by the Trinitiy Centre for Literary and Cultural Translation, Trinity College Dublin.

Translation

07.09.2022
 

Convocatória para projeto de tradução

To celebrate the Bicentennial of Brazil's Independence (1822-2022), Alice Leal and Carolina Borges (ZTW), in collaboration with the Institute for...

15.12.2021 15:00
 

Ilija Trojanow: Nach der Flucht (S. Fischer 2017)

Lesung und Gespräch mit dem Autor und seinem bosnischen Übersetzer Naser Šečerović über das...

29.11.2021
 

Vitomil Zupan. Menuett für Gitarre (zu 25 Schuss). Der Übersetzer Erwin Köstler im Gespräch mit Elena Messner

14.10.2021 17:30
 

Zoom Event

Event marking the Hebrew translation and publication of Mignon Langnas' diaries and letters from 1938-1949, ed. by Elisabeth Fraller and George...

25.06.2021
 

Österreichische Staatspreise für literarische Übersetzung 2019 & 2020