This year, several talks about translation were offered through the New Translators program. Under the motto “Translation, bridge between cultures”, three events were organised by EIZIE in conjunction with the Etxepare Basque Institute for the specific purpose of speaking about the importance of translation in Basque literature (and culture). […]
As every year, CEATL has the pleasure to invite you to the following events all throughout Europe. Come and celebrate with us! […]
Last year representatives from EIZIE (Euskal Itzultzaile, Zuzentzaile eta Interpreteen Elkartea, the Association of Translators, Correctors and Interpreters of the Basque Language) traveled to Slovenia as part of the New Translators programme, and this year we were in Bulgaria October 17-19 to discuss the importance of translation in the development of literature and in Basque culture, among other things. […]
The Basque Institute will concede grants for the translation of
written literary works originally published in Basque into other languages.
written literary works originally published in Spanish by authors resident in the Basque Autonomous Community into other languages (except Basque). […]
Building on last year’s New Translators programmme, two representatives of EIZIE (Euskal Itzultzaile, Zuzentzaile eta Interpreteen Elkartea, the Association of Translators, Correctors and Interpreters of the Basque Language) travelled to Slovenia this year to take part in discussions about the spread of Basque culture and translation. […]
For International Translation Day, the Association of Translators, Correctors and Interpreters of the Basque Language (EIZIE) launched an initiative to get one sentence in Basque translated into as many languages as possible.
The sentence was taken from a text (Berbelitzenak) written by Anjel Lertxundi, a Basque author, and is the following: ¨…*
From 20 to 22 June 2016, the Basque translators’ association EIZIE organised the ‘Translating Exile’ workshop in Donostia/San Sebastian. Six translators participated in the workshop, which was part of the New Translators’ programme (for a European audience). Their work has led to two digital publications, produced by EIZIE. […]
Laboral Kutxa and the Etxepare Basque Institute have launched a prize for a published translation of a literary work originally written in Basque. The prize of €4,000 will reward the quality of the translation itself and the publisher’s promotional strategy. The prize will thus be divided equally between the publisher and the translator.
In addition, the prize-winners will receive a grant of up to €2,000 to attend the award ceremony and to continue promoting the book in the country of publication (presentations, events, publicity campaigns, media interviews etc.). […]
San Sebastian 2016 and the Etxepare Institute have launched the New Translators project, which aims to teach the Basque language to international literary translators, and thereby promote Basque literature in Europe.
A total of eight literary translators will be selected to learn the Basque language. Four of those selected, complete beginners in Basque, will come to the Basque Country for six months, and the remaining four, who will join the initiative with beginner’s or intermediate knowledge of Basque, will reside in the Basque Country for a month to improve their competence. […]
Round table on Spanish translations of Basque literature (Madrid, 6 June 2014).
‘Untying the Knots’ – Translating Basque youth literature into Polish (5 October, Wroclaw, Poland).