we’ve been quiet over the summer, due partially to the upending of everything caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, but also due to a new job and other matters. We’ve been busy, but also managed to enjoy some sunshine and exploring some parks and commonland when we had chance.
In that time, a couple of publications related to the project have come out:
Article in the online magazine Rest of the World about queer fansubbing in China (with expert comment by the Translating for Change team).
Translational and transnational queer fandom in China: the fansubbing of Carol
New (paywalled) article in Feminist Media Studies by Ting Guo and Jonathan Evans. This was started before we began the funded part of our project and is the first academic output connected to Translating for Change.
We continue working on our other outputs, including an edited book and articles by Ting and Jonathan.
The pandemic has postponed our conference and exhibition, but we are in the process of rearranging these in 2021, possibly as online events. We’ll keep you updated.
Finally, we have uploaded a subtitled video of Jonathan’s talk on translating Britishness:
We plan more updates and blogposts soon as we work on the project.