Words in Transit: The Cultures of Translation—2014-2015 Copeland Theme
This year’s Copeland Colloquium is “Words in Transit: The Cultures of Translation,” a year-long festival. A series of lectures, films, courses, theatrical performances and other events will engage Amherst students, faculty, staff, and the general public with issues concerning language in the world today. Related themes include immigration, journalism, hybrid cultures, international diplomacy, and the role of the humanities in a multicultural society. Participants will make use of social media and other forms of technology to extend the conversation about translation to a worldwide audience. Visit the program’s special web page to learn more.
- DEAN'S ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 2014-2015 THEME
- THEME PROPOSAL, "THE FUTURE OF TRANSLATION: A GLOBAL MULTIMEDIA CONVERSATION"
About the Copeland Colloquium
The Copeland Colloquium offers small groups of scholars, artists, and performers the opportunity to explore a common theme in residence at Amherst College in colloquy with each other, Amherst faculty members and Amherst students. Read more about the Copeland Colloquium program in the Program Description.