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Multilingual Creativities

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Multilingual Creativities brings together a group of researchers from Lancaster, the UK and beyond who analyse the artistic, linguistic and literary forms of creativities attached to multilingualism and translation.
Our partners include INALCO and many researchers in the UK and abroad. At Lancaster, we work in close collaboration with ‘Authors and the World’ and the ‘Centre for Transcultural Writing and Research’. This research cluster has grown from the Multilingual French Identities project set up by Charlotte Baker and Delphine Grass in 2013. Our activities include a series of conferences such as 'The Space in Between: Thinking Translation in Creation' (June 2017) and outreach projects with collaborators such as the Man Booker International prize, translator Sarah Ardizzone, artists and publishers. Publications include several journal articles and two special issues co-edited Dr Baker and Dr Grass.

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