Networking Circle: Mother Tongue Languages and Little Traditions

Networking Circle: Mother Tongue Languages and Little Traditions

‘Networking Circle: Mother Tongue Languages and Little Traditions’, the next event of the year-long International Publishing Fellowship India 2022, is designed as a networking circle for publishing professionals. Meet translators and publishers from diverse languages, and hear about their work in this digital networking and presentation session. Delve into works and translators across Punjabi, Urdu, Gujarati, Irish, Welsh, Assamese, Telugu, Odia, Kannada and Marathi.

Speakers Info

Rita Kothari, Gujarati and English-language author and translator
Ruby Hembrom, Founder, adivaani (the first voices), an archiving and publishing outfit of and by Adivasis (the indigenous peoples of India)
Sian Northey, Welsh language writer, editor and translator

About the Event

The International Publishing Fellowship India 2022 is part of the India/UK Together, a Season of Culture series of programmes. It evolved from the findings of the ‘India Literature and Publishing Sector Study’ conducted by the Art X Company and released in December 2021.

The fellowship is a peer-to-peer mentoring and professional development programme where publishers from the UK are matched with publishers of similar career stages and publishing interests from India. The year-long programme consists of reciprocal study trips, masterclasses and networking opportunities.

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