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27 – 29 April 2017

 

Spring Meeting in Sarajevo


27 April 2017
07:30 pm Public readings with short talks (1)
28 April 2017
03:00 pm Orient and Occident08:00 pm Public readings with short talks (2)
29 April 2017
03:30 pm Exile and Return – Stories with a more or less happy ending08:00 pm Prize-giving ceremony

27 April 2017, 07:30 pm 

Pozorište mladih


Giving voice to history – poetry speaks up!
Public readings with short talks (1)

Chairs:
Adisa Bašic (poet and literary critic, Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Heinrich Detering (President of the German Academy for Language and Literature, Germany)

With
Tanja Stupar-Trifunović (writer and publicist, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Faruk Šehić (writer and literary critic, Bosnia and Herzegovina) Mile Stojić (poet and essayist, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Languages: B/C/S / German

28 April 2017, 03:00 pm 

Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bistrik 7


„Orient and Occident can dwell / Separately no more" (Goethe)
Short lectures and discussion

With
Dževad Karahasan (writer and literary scholar, Sarajevo) „World literature“
Orhan Jašić (religious scholar) „East-western Divan from the oriental point of view“
Lejla Čaušević (ethnomusicologist) „How Heinrich Heine became a popular poet of Bosnia“
Anne Bohnenkamp (literary scholar, Germany) „World literature and translation“

Chair:
Heinrich Detering (Präsident der Deutschen Akademie für Sprache und Dichtung)

Languages: B/C/S / German

28 April 2017, 08:00 pm 

Ars Aevi Museum of Contemporary Art, Terezija bb


Giving voice to history – poetry speaks up!
Public readings with short talks (2)


Chairs:
Ilma Rakusa (writer and translator, Switzerland) and Dževad Karahasan (writer and literary scholar, Sarajevo)

With
Slobodan Blagojević (writer, Sarajevo)
Asmir Kujović (writer, Sarajevo) Adam Zagajewski (writer, Poland) Maja Haderlap (writer, Austria)

Languages: B/C/S / German

29 April 2017, 03:30 pm 

National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Zmaja od Bosne 3

Exile and Return – Stories with a more or less happy ending

Introduction and chair:
Ulrich Ladurner (journalist, Germany)

Edin Konjhodžić, (scholar, Sarajevo)
Azra Sijamhodžić, (Goethe-Institut, Sarajevo)

Language: German

29 April 2017, 08:00 pm 

Vijećnica, Zmaja od Bosne 8b

Johann-Heinrich-Voß-Preis for Translation to Renate Schmidgall Laudation: Adam Zagajewski

Friedrich-Gundolf-Preis for the Imparting of German Culture Abroad to László Márton
Laudation: László Földényi

Afterwards reception

Partners:
Goethe-Institut Bosnia and Herzegovina
Traduki
Academy of Sciences and Arts Bosnia and Herzegovina
Writer’s Guild Bosnia and Herzegovina

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