HKW Audio

HKW Audio

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Monika Rinck: Über Dinge (German)

Part of “Floating Alphabet” German original version Lecture, Jul 12, 2019

Audio – 0:10:09

Daniela Seel: der garten, in dem man verschwindet (German)

Part of “Floating Alphabet” German original version Lecture, Jul 12, 2019

Audio – 0:16:16

Christian Filips: Heiße Fusion mit klassenloser Sprache (German)

Part of “Floating Alphabet” German original version Lecture, Jul 12, 2019

Audio – 0:28:29

Lydia H. Liu: Jabberwocky Nonsense: The Place of Meaning in Translation

Part of “New Alphabet School # 1 Translating” English original version Lecture, Jun 17, 2019

Audio – 0:34:08

Sigrid Weigel: Self-Translation: Between Minor Literature, Bilingualism and Posteriority (German)

Part of “New Alphabet School # 1 Translating” German original version Lecture, Jun 17, 2019

Audio – 0:35:39

Ranjit Hoskoté: Translation, Anamnesia, Resistance

Part of “New Alphabet School # 1 Translating” English original version Lecture, Jun 17, 2019

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Olga von Schubert, Boris Buden: Introduction | New Alphabet School # 1 Translating (German, English)

Part of “New Alphabet School # 1 Translating” Original version Lecture, Jun 17, 2019

Audio – 0:40:16

Conversation with Ranjit Hoskoté, Lydia H. Liu, Sigrid Weigel

Part of “New Alphabet School # 1 Translating” Moderated by Boris Buden English original version Lecture, Jun 17, 2019

Audio – 0:11:33

Wrap up: A New School (English, German)

With Marion von Osten, Grant Watson English original version Inputs, May 11, 2019

Audio – 2:30:21

Beyond the Curricula (English, Portuguese)

Part of “A New School” With Gavin Butt, Mark Wigley, Christian Benimana, Sandra Benites, moderated by Olga von Schubert Wrap up session with Marion von Osten and Grant Watson Original version Inputs, discussion, May 11, 2019

Audio – 2:41:51

Beyond the Curricula (German)

Part of “A New School” With Gavin Butt, Mark Wigley, Christian Benimana, Sandra Benites, moderated by Olga von Schubert Wrap up session with Marion von Osten and Grant Watson German translation Inputs, discussion, May 11, 2019