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Elizabeth Harris Reading

Wednesday, March 2, 2016, 5:00pm

College Arts & Humanities Institute (1211 E Atwater Ave)

The Institute for Advanced Study, the College Arts and Humanities Institute, and the National Endowment for the Humanities are pleased to co-sponsor a reading by

Elizabeth Harris
Wednesday, March 2, 5:00pm
College Arts & Humanities Institute
1211 E. Atwater Avenue

Elizabeth Harris will give a reading from her translation of Antonio Tabucchi’s Tristano Dies.

Harris translates contemporary Italian fiction, with work by Domenico Starnone, Aldo Nove, Diego Marani, and others appearing in journals and in anthologies. Her translated books include Mario Rigoni Stern’s Giacomo’s Seasons (Autumn Hill Books), Giulio Mozzi’s This Is the Garden (Open Letter Books), and Antonio Tabucchi’s Tristano Dies (Archipelago Books), for which she received a 2013 PEN/Heim Translation Fund Grant. She teaches creative writing at the University of North Dakota.

Elizabeth Harris will also give a Literary Translation talk on “Translating the Voice (or Voices) of a Dying Man in Antonio Tabucchi’s Tristano Dies: Considerations of Point of View in Fiction Translation” on Thursday, March 3, at 4pm, in GISB 1060.

Please feel free to contact Bill Johnston (billj@indiana.edu) if you have any questions.