BCLT currently offers two residencies per year for translators from India, sponsored by the Charles Wallace India Trust and supported by the British Council. Translators spend two months at working on a translation project of their choice. Travel costs and a stipend to cover accommodation and subsistence expenses are paid by Charles Wallace India Trust.
As well as residencies, BCLT runs a Summer School, organises the annual Sebald Lecture on literary translation, publishes the journal In Other Words and organises seminars, readings, conferences and other public events in London, Norwich and elsewhere.
Accommodation is in self catering accommodation on the UEA campus, and residents are strongly encouraged to engage in the academic, cultural and social life of the faculty. There are opportunities to lead seminars for post-graduate students, present papers and talk about work in progress.
A small library with books, dictionaries, and specialist journals. Residents also have access to the main university library from which they can borrow during their stay.
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