As part of the Ashmolean Museum’s LiveFriday series, Marta Arnaldi will be performing at Under the Sea on Friday 9 September, which explores Shakespeare’s shipwrecks on the anniversary of his death.
The Ashmolean Museum’s latest exhibition, ‘Storms, Wars and Shipwrecks: Treasures from the Sicilian Seas’, transforms Sicily from a fixed point in the sea to a story of journeys and encounters, specifically those that failed… Read More The Saracen Lie
Matthias Brinkmann offers a playful apology for the length and logical clarity of some of Kant’s sentences, which includes an interesting discussion of their translation by Mary Gregor.
Next week the UCLU German Society will be staging a production of Frank Wedekind’s Lulu.
Ligurian poet Marta Valentina Arnaldi published her debut collection of poems, Itaca, with Montedit at the end of last month.
On 22 September 2012 A Piece of Monologue published a brief post celebrating the centenary of Franz Kafka’s composition of Das Urteil (The Judgement, 1912). The post contains a link to a translation and reading of an extract from Das Urteil that I did for the Treasures of the Bodleian exhibition in Oxford.
The Barbican in London was the venue on 27 November 2015 for TECHNE’s first (un)conference, which explored the themes of ‘Kinesis + Stasis’. One particularly arresting response was Marta Arnaldi’s ‘Moving Wor(l)ds’… Read More Moving Wor(l)ds – Translating Exile and Home