Literary Translation at Columbia (LTAC)

Through courses open to all Columbia University School of the Arts Writing Program MFA students, and events each semester with distinguished writer-translators from around the world, Literary Translation at Columbia (LTAC) seeks to increase awareness of the art of translation and how it enhances a writer's development and imagination.

Writing students with a strong interest in translation can also pursue the LTAC joint course of study with a secondary concentration in literary translation by completing required coursework and submitting a thesis that includes both original writing and translations. The evolving curriculum for the joint concentration includes translation workshops, seminars, and master classes that explore the creative act of literary translation and its connection to creative writing.

The director of LTAC is Susan Bernofsky.

More information here.
Literary Translation
at Columbia (LTAC)
Susan Bernofsky (Director)
415 Dodge Hall
Mail Code 1804
2960 Broadway
New York, NY 10027
Phone: (212) 854-4391

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