NEWS AND EVENTS related to the CENSUS OF MODERN GREEK LITERATURE
November 2-5, 2017: "Special Issues in the Translation of Modern Greek Literature". Presentation by Dia Philippides at the 25th Symposium of the Modern Greek Studies Association. Stockton State University. News from the Symposium can be viewed here. April 26, 2017, 3-4 p.m. in the Digital Studio, O'Neill Library 205, Boston College: "The CENSUS of Modern Greek Literature: From Text to Data". Presentation by the CENSUS project team at the Spring Showcase of the Digital Scholarship Group of the BC Libraries.
Peter Klapes (BC Class of 2019), research assistant to the CENSUS project, was selected to present his research, "Environment and Society: Meeting in the Intellectual Agora", at the Student Research Demo Session.
Peter Klapes (BC Class of 2019), research assistant to the CENSUS project, was selected to present his research, "Indexing for Review and Preview of the Spread of Modern Greek Literature in English", at the Student Research Demo Session.
The abstract can be viewed below:
February 9, 2016: At Harvard, presentation to the Advanced ... Greek Poetry Translation ... Workshop
From Boston College’s Dept. of Classical Studies, Maria Kakavas ("In Time’s Nest: Passion and Pain Through the Translator’s Pen-The Case of '1 Hour and 47 Minutes' by Emily Michail") and Dia Philippides (“An Invitation to Translators of Modern Greek Literature into English to Participate in the CENSUS") delivered a joint presentation to The Advanced Training in Greek Poetry Translation & Performance Workshop at Harvard University on February 9, 2016, by invitation from Dr. Vassiliki Rapti.
The recordings posted below have been prepared as a follow-up, to preserve and disseminate the -- visual as well as audio -- content of the presentation on the CENSUS project:
Part 1: The CENSUS (the collection and its forthcoming publication) [9:39 mins.]:
Part 2: Sample entries and expected outcomes from the CENSUS [10:39 mins.]:
Part 3: The CENSUS website (as viewed on Feb. 9, 2016) [8:11 mins]: