Password required Remember me? Her research focuses on the nineteenth-century Russian and English novel and issues of kinship and family. She is the author of Siblings in Tolstoy and Dostoevsky: The Path to Universal Brotherhood and has also published articles on Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Russian opera, the relationship of science and literature, and the family novel as a genre.
Her teaching focuses on nineteenth-century Russian literature and opera.
She is a specialist in the work of Claude Simon. Her research focuses on modes of representing memory, and, more specifically, on the memory of literature in the novels of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Her research interests include 20th-century French and Italian literature, the relation between politics and literary production during the s and s, sociology of literature, and translation studies.
He received the Prix Apollinaire for his collection, La Faim des ombres He has also received numerous literary prizes for his translations of Italian and Russian poetry. Peter Stamm is the author of seven novels, four short-story collections and many plays and radioplays.
His books have been translated into almost forty languages. He lives with his family in Winterthur, Switzerland. Volha Hapeyeva is an award-winning Belarusian poet, writer, translator and linguist whose work has been translated into more than 10 languages. Mitchell is a playwright, screenwriter and speechwriter.
Her work is deep-research-based, tackling large, intersectional issues including those of gender, cultural dissonance, moral injury and military aggression, but through intimate, often familial contexts. Currently, she is working on a play about American feminist identity in the face of the Syrian refugee crisis. In her translation work, Micha Venaille enters into an intimate dialogue with books and their authors as she carries texts over into another language.
His first novel Open Playgrounds was published in She had to flee Russia but continues to host her program on the last independent and influential station, Radio Echo of Moscow. A columnist for a major opposition newspaper, she is the author of some 20 best-selling books, and has received many awards, including from Germany, Italy and the USA. She lives in Geneva.
Luciana Cisbani has been a translator for more than 25 years. Currently a professor of translation in Milan at the Civica Scuola Interpreti-Traduttori, and Italian at the University of Milan-Bicocca, Cisbani also leads workshops in French-Italian translation for professional translators. His work has been broadcast on France Culture, adapted for film, and published in literary journals.
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Katherine Brabon is a writer from Melbourne, Australia. Katherine holds a Doctorate in writing and literature from Monash University and a Master's in history from the University of Oxford. She is also a regular contributor to Melbourne's Lindsay magazine.
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Kamel Daoud is a Francophone Algerian author and journalist. She uses material such as family photographs, archive images, and administrative documents as integral sources in her writings, paintings and drawings. Her novel Antonia. Gertraud Klemm Autriche du 28 mai au 24 juin - Romans. Lawrence Book Award en Elle a traduit Maurice Chappaz et Philippe Jaccottet en anglais. Peter Stamm Suisse du 10 juin au 24 juin - Romans. Mohamed Hashem Egypte du 25 juin au 16 septembre - Romans.
Yulia Latynina Russie du 25 juin au 16 septembre - Romans, essais. Elle est l'auteure de plusieurs collections de textes courts Cahier des charges, , ed. Son premier roman Antonia. Son oeuvre imposante compte aussi bien des classiques que des ouvrages contemporains.
August 21 to September 17, Her poetic approach focuses on the intersections of class, culture and gender, and of collective and personal history. Currently, she is working on a novel that narrates the social transgression within a German-French working-class-familiy.
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The novel designs an epic panorama, starting in World War II till nowadays, and analyses the logics of estrangement between three generations. Renate Lance-Otterbein et Alain Lance. Sara Omar is a Danish-Kurdish bestselling author. She is known for her courage and activism in defense of human rights. July 24 to August 20, Nkemngong Nkengasong is a poet, playwright and novelist. He is the recipient of several fellowships and awards.
Carlos Soto Roman is a pharmacist, poet and translator.
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He has published books of poetry in Chile and in the United States. He was a MacDowell Fellow in and a recipient of grants from the Chilean Council for Culture and the Arts for creation and translation projects. He was also the curator of the cooperative anthology of U. June 26 to July 23, Du 26 juin au 23 juillet …. Her many plays have premiered in New York, London, and across the U.
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Sofiane Hadjadj. Tomas Venclova was born in Lithuania. Petersburg until , when she emigrated to the US to be with her husband Tomas Venclova. Her book, Dream Not About Me Letnij Sad , which was reedited in , examined the influence of the women in the lives of the most famous Russian writers. She has also written plays and screenplays. Some of her short stories have been translated into English, Polish and French. Her second collection, Who Goes There?
Published in Denmark and Norway in , it was named one of the best novels of the year by the Danish Arts Council and nominated for other prizes, such as the Montana Prize. In her prose she pays attention to social problems, human feelings and the meaning of home. Chawki Amari. Sarah Holland-Batt is an Australian poet, editor, critic and academic. Vonani Bila is the author of five books of poems and eight books of stories in Xitsonga, Sepedi and English.