Utlysning av kulturuppdrag och stipendier

Utlysning av kulturuppdrag och stipendier © Goethe-Institut/Loredana La Rocca


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Aktuella erbjudanden

The Goethe-Institut London calls for emerging journalists from across Europe to apply for our new journalism residency programme (Re)-Collecting Europe. Taking place from 15th March to 14th April 2019 two journalists – one UK-based and one from another European country – will be invited to investigate, question, debate and reflect on the consequences of Brexit.

(Re)-Collecting Europe
(Re)-Collecting Europe is a new residency programme devised by the Goethe-Institut London. It aims at fresh and emerging journalistic voices encouraging critical thinking and creative debate. Against the backdrop of the UK’s departure from the EU the journalists-in-residence will examine the social and cultural impact Brexit will have on the civil society in the UK.

This call is open to journalists and writers based in the UK or another European country. Applicants do not need to be UK or EU nationals. It is the selected candidates’ responsibility to obtain any required permission to enter the UK in order to participate in the residency and to take care of their own insurances (health, travel, etc.). The Goethe-Institut London would assist non-EEA citizens with their visa by issuing an invitation. Applicants do not need to be affiliated to any institution; they can be employed or work as freelancers. Selected candidates need to be able to commit to the residency for the entire duration and have sufficient language skills to write and communicate fluently in English.

The Goethe-Institut London is looking for original ideas and compelling writing.

Application
Please send your application to residency-london@goethe.de by Friday 14th December 2018 including:
- a current CV
- three recently published articles or pieces of writing
- a proposal for an investigative project exploring the impact of Brexit on the civil society in the UK to be realised as part of the residency. Your proposal needs to give a sound outline of the project describing, your overall aim and approach as well as details on where the final piece would be published. The proposal must not exceed two pages.

Should you have any questions or special requirements please email: residency-london@goethe.de.
Shortlisted candidates will be informed by 21st December 2018; Skype-interviews will take place mid-January 2019. Due to limited resources we are unable to give feedback to applicants who have not been shortlisted.
 


 

Internationales Übersetzertreffen 17.-24. März 2019 in Berlin und Leipzig

Nachtleuchten. Internationales Treffen der Übersetzer deutschsprachiger Literatur in Berlin und Leipzig (17.-24. März 2019)

Bis zu 30 Übersetzerinnen und Übersetzer deutschsprachiger Literatur aus aller Welt erhalten im Rahmen eines einwöchigen Seminars die Möglichkeit, aktuelle Entwicklungen der hiesigen Szene kennenzulernen und sich durch die persönlichen Kontakte zu Autoren, Verlegern und Kritikern, aber auch zu Kollegen in anderen Ländern in ein wachsendes Netzwerk einzubringen. Der Besuch der Leipziger Buchmesse incl. Präsentation im dortigen Übersetzerzentrum ist eingeschlossen. Bewerbungen nehmen wir bis zum 20. November 2018 entgegen.
Das Internationale Übersetzertreffen wird gefördert von TOLEDO – ein Programm der Robert Bosch Stiftung und des Deutschen Übersetzerfonds. Weitere Kooperationspartner: Schweizer Kulturstiftung Pro Helvetia, Goethe-Institut, S. Fischer Stiftung.

Das Bewerbungsformular ist hier abrufbar: