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Translator Interview Series: Michael Kramer: In April, we kicked off a series of conversations with translators of texts featured on this podcast. Today, host Marcella Sulak interviews Michael Kramer for the second installment. He teaches in the Shaindy Rudoff Graduate Program in Creative...

Translator Interview Series: Michael Kramer: In April, we kicked off a series of conversations with translators of texts featured on this podcast. Today, host Marcella Sulak interviews Michael Kramer for the second installment. He teaches in the Shaindy Rudoff Graduate Program in Creative...

FromIsrael in Translation


Translator Interview Series: Michael Kramer: In April, we kicked off a series of conversations with translators of texts featured on this podcast. Today, host Marcella Sulak interviews Michael Kramer for the second installment. He teaches in the Shaindy Rudoff Graduate Program in Creative...

FromIsrael in Translation

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Length:
23 minutes
Released:
Nov 1, 2017
Format:
Podcast Episode

Description

In April, we kicked off a series of conversations with translators of texts featured on this podcast. Today, host Marcella Sulak interviews Michael Kramer for the second installment. He teaches in the Shaindy Rudoff Graduate Program in Creative Writing at Bar-Ilan University. He has authored and edited numerous books and essays on Jewish and American literature and has also translated S. Y. Agnon’s “And The Crooked Shall Be Made Straight.” Previous episodes: Sitting with Strangeness: A Conversation with Adriana X. Jacobs on Translating theIsraeli-Vietnamese Poet Van Nguyen And the Crooked Shall be Made Straight
Released:
Nov 1, 2017
Format:
Podcast Episode

Titles in the series (40)

Exploring Israeli literature in English translation. Host Marcela Sulak takes you through Israel’s literary countryside, cityscapes, and psychological terrain, and the lives of the people who create it.