Scholarships:

Joyce Translation Scholarship and Looren Residency 2022

This scholarship is offered by the Friends of the Zurich James Joyce Foundation and Translation House Looren.
Applications are invited from translators with an ongoing translation project of a work by James Joyce that they will continue working on while in Switzerland. The scholarship does not support completed translation awaiting publication.

 

Call for applications:

Deadline for applications: October 31, 2021

Recipients (2016 to present)
 
2020
Vitor Alevato do Amaral (Brazil)

2019
Rodrigo Olavarría (Chile)
 
2018
Nilüfer Ilkaya (Turkey)
 
2017
Rareș Moldovan (Rumania)
 
2016
Pablo Ingberg (Argentina)
Farid Ghadami (Iran)

Translation Scholarship and Looren Residency for Irish Literature 2022

This scholarship is offered by the Swiss Centre for Irish Studies@Zurich James Joyce Foundation and Translation House Looren

 

 

 

 

Call for applications:

Deadline for applications: October 31, 2021

The Friends of the Zurich James Joyce Foundation Scholarships 2022

The Friends of the Zurich James Joyce Foundation invite young scholars, particularly students engaged in a specific project, to spend one or two months at the Foundation, making full use of the library facilities and archives as well as exchanging ideas with residents and visiting experts.
The scholarships are intended for researchers with a well-advanced project. They are based on merit, and are awarded without regard to gender or national origin.
A stipend of CHF 1,500 per month is awarded for lodging and other expenses. If you are interested in a scholarship, please send a short application by October 31 of the year preceding your proposed period of residence. The application should include a 400-800 word outline of your project addressed to:
the Friends of the Zurich James Joyce Foundation,
Augustinergasse 9, 8001 Zurich, Switzerland
(email fritzsenn@mac.com, info@joycefoundation.ch and gabischneider@4ambach.ch).

 

Books:

Scholars’ Books

Joyce Translation Scholarship and Looren Residency 2020 Akram Pedramnia Ulysses Vol. 1, Chapters 1-6 (Persian Transl.) About the Author Akram Pedramnia is an Iranian-Canadian writer

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