Find the call here on Twitter and read more about the magazine at their website. Not because we don’t know where we came from, but because we always question where we belong. If you write, draw, make sound, moving image or create content in any shape or form, we would love to hear from you. The aim of the fellowship is to make important texts in African and African Diaspora studies accessible to wider readership across the world.The fellowship provides funding in the range of $1,000 to $5,000, depending on the quality and breadth of the project. Submissions must include:
CV/resumé (two pages)two pages explaining the proposed translation, the work’s significance, and a timelinea sample of the original text and the translation (4-5 pages)explanation of the works copyright status
Find the call and detailed submission guidelines on their website and submit your application by October 15, 2021 to email@example.com. The project may be a work-in-progress, or a new project feasible for completion within the timeframe of the grant. It’s waking up in a place you never thought you would live in, or even worse, living on a street you no longer recognize. This is a non-residential fellowship which allows the recipient scholar to complete the work outside of The Africa Institute (Sharjah, UAE). Selected projects may be retranslations of old, classic texts, or previously untranslated works, collections of poetry, prose, or critical theory. And that constant dialogue between us and the ground we stand on forms a critical part of our identity.For our next issue, we dig deep into that part of what makes us who we are. *
Also open for submissions is shakomako.net, a digital magazine about everything Iraqi:
They write in their call for submissions on Twitter:
Being uprooted is never geographic. The submission deadline is Ocotber 16, 2021. Sunday Submissions: Global Africa Translation Fellowship & Shakomako.net
The Africa Institute is open for applications for their Global Africa Translation Fellowship until October 15:
As part of its African Languages and Translation Program, The Africa Institute announces the Global Africa Translation Fellowship. We’re all children of refugees, either internally displaced, or forced to go abroad in search of new ones. As Iraqis, whether in the diaspora or not, we are all in search of roots. The fellowship welcomes applications from across the Global South for a grant of up to $5,000 to complete translations of works from the African continent and its diaspora, into English or Arabic. We ask about the meaning of roots, their importance, and whether they are attainable at all. Submissions can be made by email, or through any of our social media accounts.