Should we still speak about “small" language literatures?
On the situation of "small" languages in Europe
Most European literatures are written in “small” or “minority” languages that co-exist alongside dominant ones in a dynamic European diversity. How vibrant are they in terms of the voices and world views they offer? How do they project themselves internationally and how aware are they of literary production from elsewhere? The panellists discuss their literary scenes as authors and translators.
Llŷr Gwyn Lewis
Welsh writer, poet and essayist
Katalanische Autorin und Übersetzerin und Präsidentin der katalanischen Schriftstellervereinigung / Catalan author, translator and president of the Catalan Writers' Association
Elin Haf Gruffydd Jones
Professorin für Medien- und Kulturwissenschaften / Welsh academic, language and literature policy expert