Our students and faculty are organized into small workshops of about 12 students each, led by a single instructor throughout the program. Students also attend the Language and Thinking Rostrum Series, which features outside lecturers, performers, and artists. There is also a Film Series and a Student Readings Series. Students also participate in the Language and Thinking Computer Coding Initiative, which introduces students to the connections between computer coding, close reading, and essay writing.
What begins with translation?
Our Anthology this year asks the question, “What begins with translation?” In the course of our readings, we will reimagine the work of translation as a practice that takes many strange turns: between languages and cultures, but also between genres of art and music, scientific disciplines, political movements, social identities, and even forms of life.