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Translation/Transnation: Translation as a Critical Practice for Writing a Nation in Transit

Harold Augenbraum, editor, translator, and former executive director of the National Book Foundation, and award-winning author Gina Apostol
Friday, March 12, 2021
3:00-4:00 PM
Virtual
In the afternoon, the public is invited to a book talk between Harold Augenbraum, editor, translator, and former executive director of the National Book Foundation, and award-winning author Gina Apostol. The conversation will revolve around Augenbraum’s translations of the novels Noli me tángere and El filibusterismo by Philippine national hero José Rizal, and Apostol’s The Revolution According to Raymundo Mata, which won the 2010 Philippine National Book Award and has recently been republished in the US. Apostol is also the author of Insurrecto, which has been included in the list of the ten best books for 2018 by the magazine Publishers Weekly.

Register here: https://umich.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_L50hQhumR_GoQ45jVwQPtA
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Tags: Activism, Asia, center for southeast asian studies, comparative literature, Culture, Diversity, Diversity Equity and Inclusion, Free, History, Humanities, International, Language, Library, Literature, Southeast Asia
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Comparative Literature, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University Library, Romance Languages & Literatures, Asian Languages and Cultures