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Writing Across Borders

Autor: Diana Christine Zelter

28 Mai 2024, 17 - 28 Mai 2024, 18.30

Locatie: FSEGA, room 118


The Department of Modern Languages and Business Communication (DLMCA) at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration (FSEGA), “Babeș-Bolyai” University, has the pleasure to invite you to a literary event celebrating award-winning poet, writer and Emeritus Professor Fiona Sampson, a great friend of Romania in Great Britain. Our distinguished guest, whose latest poetry collection - The School on the Coast Road- is set to be published in Romanian translation this year, will be joined in dialogue and readings by esteemed writer and critic Laura Francisca Pavel, Professor at the Faculty of Theatre and Film, BBU.
The event is curated and chaired by Dr. Gabriela Mocan (DLMCA).
When: Tuesday 28 May 2024
Where: FSEGA Campus, 58-60 Teodor Mihali St., Room 118 (1st floor, next to Dean’s Office)

EVENT PROGRAMME
16.30 – 17.00 Welcome coffee
17.00 – 17.15 Welcome speeches
Lecturer Béla Gergely RÁCZ, PhD, Vice-dean FSEGA
Lecturer Diana Christine ZELTER, PhD, Head of the Department of Modern Languages and Business Communication, FSEGA
17.15 – 18.15 Dialogue and readings: Emeritus Professor Fiona SAMPSON, Professor Laura Francisca PAVEL (Moderator: Dr. Gabriela MOCAN)
18.15 – 18.30 Q&A Session

Fiona Sampson MBE FRSL has received many international awards for her poetry, which is published in 38 languages. Her most recent collection, Come Down, received the European Lyric Atlas Prize, the Balkan Naim Frashëri Laureateship and Wales Poetry Book of the Year, and was a Financial Times Book of the Year. UK honours include the Newdigate and Cholmondeley prizes, awards from the Arts Councils of England and of Wales, Society of Authors, Poetry Book Society and Arts and Humanities Research Council, and multiple short-listings for the T.S. Eliot and Forward Prizes. She is Trustee of the Royal Literary Fund and Emeritus Professor of Poetry, University of Roehampton. She collaborates frequently with well-known musicians and artists, often works on radio, and is an acclaimed biographer. Most recently, her Two-Way Mirror: The Life of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, was New York Times Editors’ Choice, Washington Post Book of the Year, Sunday Times Paperback of the Year, and finalist for the Plutarch Prize and the PEN international biography award. Her most recent editorial project in Romania is the translation, by Romulus Bucur, of her latest poetry collection entitled The School on the Coast Road (Red River Press, 2023), released in Romanian this year by Rocart Publishing House. Starlight Wood: Walking back to the Romantic countryside (2022), a hybrid work of group biography, cultural history and place writing that explores the relationship between the Romantics and the natural world, completes her trilogy of Romantic biographies, following the success of In Search of Mary Shelley (2018) and Two-Way Mirror (2021).
Laura Pavel is Professor at the Faculty of Theatre and Film, Babeş-Bolyai University, Cluj, where she teaches theatre theory, the anthropology of performance and cultural analysis. She is the author of several books of literary history and theatre theory, two of which have so far been translated and published abroad: Dumitru Tsepeneag and the Canon of Alternative Literature, transl. by Alistair Ian Blyth, Dalkey Archive Press (2011), and Ionesco. L’Antimondo di uno scettico, traduzione di Maria Luisa Lombardo, Aracne Editrice (2016). Her most recent volume of essays, Personaje ale teoriei, fiinţe ale ficţiunii/ Characters of theory, beings of fiction (European Institute, 2021), received the "Tudor Vianu Award - for the theory of literature and culture", offered by the National Museum of Romanian Literature. She has also authored, under the pen name Laura Francisca Pavel, two volumes of poetry. The first one, Trucuri urbane (OMG, 2022), was awarded with the BAC-FEST Award for the Book of Poetry of 2022 and with Poetry Book of the Year 2022 Prize, for literary debut, granted by ARCCA (Romanian Association of Cultural Creators and Artists). The second volume of poetry, Acţiuni şi protocoale (OMG, 2023), was nominated for the Observator Universitas Prize. A third volume of poems, entitled Zona de surescitare, is currently being published at OMG Publishing House. The French version of Trucuri urbane (OMG, 2022), with the title Scénarios urbains, translated by Gabrielle Danoux, appeared at Nombre7 Éditions, in 2024.



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