Important and interesting agreements have been reached between on the one hand translators, other categories of authors and the other hand publishers in France, Poland and Italy. The scope of the agreements include on the conditions of exploitation of the authors’ works and best practices.
After a very strange 2020, things start going back to normal and, therefore translators’ associations all over Europe organise a variety of festive events to celebrate International Translation Day 2021. Do come and join us!
“Dall’italiano al mondo” intends to become the annual meeting of all translators of Italian literature and aims at creating a network to support the spread of Italian books abroad. […]
Recent translation research indicates that the use of translation technologies developed out of research into the neuronal processes involved in language production and creation could, in the not-too distant future, become an integral part of the literary translator’s everyday world. […]
A delegation from Strade, Italian member-association of CEATL, delivered to the Senate building in Rome over 70 books in translation for just as many Italian politicians on December 15, 2020. Along with the books was an open letter to the President of the Italian Republic and parliamentary institutions […]
Translators associations from all over the world are holding a multilingual reading of famous first lines as part of the online edition of the 37th Assises de la traduction littéraire. […]
A petition to the Italian government launched in April by CEATL member Strade, together with the translators’ associations AITI and ANITI and the illustrators’ association AI – Autori di Immagini, has achieved landmark results. […]
According to official statistics, in Italy more and more books are being published every year. Yet the workers in the publishing sector do not seem to derive any advantage from this: the fees are lower than ever and working conditions are increasingly hard. […]
The Casa delle Traduzioni in Rome, a public library and cultural centre specializing in the subject of translation, awards funded residencies for translators working from Italian into their native language. […]
For the 19th consecutive year, the Turin International Book Fair will organise a number of activities of special interest to translators, under the title AutoreInvisibile.From Thursday 9 May to Sunday 12 May 2019, translators, publishers and writers will participate in seminars and discussions on current issues in literary translation. […]
From 5 to 7 October 2018, the 16th edition of ‘Giornate della Traduzione Letteraria’ (Literary Translation Days), organized by Stefano Arduini and Ilide Carmignani, will take place at Link Campus University of Rome, Italy. Translators, publishers, writers and scholars will take part in seminars and debates to analyse the issues and future perspectives for literary translators. […]
On 24 May 2017, the United Nations General Assembyl recognised 30 September as International Translation Day, to be celabrated every year across the entire UN network. Translators’ associations all over Europe organise a variety of festive events. To name a few: […]
The Casa delle Traduzioni in Rome, a public library and cultural centre specializing in the subject of translation, awards funded residencies for translators working from Italian into their native language. There are… […]
StradeLab, a cultural association linked with SLC-Strade, is organising ‘Laboratorio Nordico – Translating the North’, the first peer-to-peer seminar for literary translators from Danish, Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish into Italian. The seminar is funded by the Danish Arts Foundation, Icelandic Literature Center, Norla and the Swedish Arts Council. […]
Since 2015, Translation House Looren has been running its ‘Laboratorio italiano’ programme, focusing on Switzerland’s third national language.
Following the major success of the first three years with both translators and local audiences,
Translation House Looren and its partners have decided to continue the project into the year 2021. […]
For the nineteenth consecutive year, the Turin International Book Fair is organizing a number of activities of special interest to translators, under the title AutoreInvisibile.
From Thursday 10 May to Sunday 13 May 2018, translators, publishers and writers will participate in seminars and discussions on current issues in literary translation. […]
From 22-24 July 2018 the sixth event in the ‘Traduttori in Movimento’ series will take place at Fosdinovo Castle in Italy. The programme offers workshops for translators from English, French and Norwegian into Italian and a translation editing workshop. Translators from Italian into another language may also participate as observers. […]
A panel on how to become a literary translator, organised by Amazon Publishing on 10 March 2018 within the Milan book fair ‘Tempo di Libri’, was the occasion for Italian translators’ associations to follow up on a dialogue with AmazonCrossing about their contracts with translators.
This dialogue started in 2014, after a European campaign involving VdÜ, Strade, ATLF and CEATL. A meeting between the parties was organized at the 2014 Frankfurt book fair. This meeting brought some improvements in AmazonCrossing’s standard translation contract and the parties left with an agreement to continue discussions as CEATL still didn’t deem it satisfactory. […]
It has been a busy autumn for the Italian Union of Literary Translators Strade.
Starting at the beginning of October, the association was one of the main co-operating partners of the Migrant Literatures Festival in Palermo, Sicily, which hosted a series of events under the title “Lost (and Found) in Translation”. A public meeting with representatives from the Italian Ministry of Culture, the association of independent publishers ODEI, the Municipality of Palermo and Strade opened the whole festival, by promoting the latter’s proposal to establish a State foundation supporting translation (as it is the case in many other countries). ¨…*
The 15th Giornate della Traduzione Letteraria (‘Days of Literary Translation’) will take place at Link Campus University of Rome, Italy, from 29 September to 1 October 2017.
This year’s symposium, organized by Stefano Arduini and Ilide Carmignani, will be dedicated to publishing perspectives. […]