[CFP] History and Translation: Multidisciplinary Perspectives

Inaugural conference of the History and Translation Network 25-28 May 2022, Tallinn In the last decade there has been a marked growth in interest in historical research on translation and interpreting and the theoretical and methodological issues it raises. This is evident not only in the work of translation and interpreting scholars, but also in the increasing attention paid by […]

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[Event] The New Normal in Audiovisual Translation: Tradition, Technology, Innovation

10 December 2021 The world of AVT is rapidly and relentlessly fast-forwarding to what, just a decade ago, we would have considered science fiction. Undoubtedly, translation and technology have always walked hand in hand, but as artificial intelligence enters the picture more and more, this begs the question of what the role of translators will be in this ever-changing scenario […]

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[CFP] APTIS 2021

‘Evolving Profiles: The Future of Translation and Interpreting Training’ Dublin City University, 18-19 November 2021  ​APTIS 2021 (#APTIS2021) is going online! Making a virtue out of the virtual, we will increase access to the conference, while continuing to ensure the trademark dynamism and interactivity of the APTIS conference. Dublin City University is proud to host the 3rd Conference of the […]

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[Event] Translation and Resistance

One-day conference, May 20 2022 Laboratoire Cultures Anglo-Saxonnes, Université Toulouse Jean-Jaurès The practice of translation lends itself to a continued conversation around the notion of resistance, on a number of levels. Whether it be in terms of the text chosen for translation or the strategy deployed by the person translating it, or indeed the conditions in which the project is […]

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[CFP] Museums as Spaces of Cultural Translation and Transfer

University of Tartu, Estonia 10-11 May 2022  Over the past decades, Translation Studies scholars have systematically broadened the horizon of translation, moving beyond the textual and linguistic level to consider different forms of cultural transfer that entail processes of remediation. Museums, as places of encounter, transfer and learning, have thus been conceptualized as translational places, that is, ‘areas of intense […]

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[Event] The “Geo” turn in Translation Studies” Panel American Comparative Literature Association Annual Meeting 2022

The seminar titled “The “Geo” turn in Translation Studies” in the forthcoming ACLA (American Comparative Literature Association) Annual Meeting to be held in National Taiwan Normal University from June 15 to 18, 2022 questions how geographical, geometrical and geocritical factors influence translational power dynamics and as such would analyse translation as a point of intersection and relationality that redefines our […]

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[CFP] TRICKLET Conference 2022

“Model building in empirical translation studies” The conference will take place in Aachen, Germany, 19-20 May 2022. In recent years, a wide range of empirical studies have yielded insight on various aspects of translations, using increasingly sophisticated corpus-linguistic or psycholinguistic methods. It is time to take stock of this empirical insight and review the contribution of these studies to an […]

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[CFP] Interpreter and Translator Education in an Ever-Changing World

The 21st ITRI International Conference January 21-22, 2022 (online) The Interpreting and Translation Research Institute (ITRI) at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS) in Korea are pleased to invite you to the 21st ITRI international conference scheduled to be held virtually on January 21-22, 2022. The theme of the conference is “Interpreter and Translator Education in an Ever-Changing World.”  In recent years, […]

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[CFP] The 4th East Asian Translation Studies Conference (EATS4)

CALL FOR PAPERS On the Conflicting Universals in Translation: Translation as Performance in East Asia Dates: 30 June – 2 July, 2022 Venue: Université de Paris (UP), Paris, France Keynote speakers: Anne Cheng (Collège de France) Tejaswini Niranjana (Ahmedabad University) Yoko Tawada The East Asian Translation Studies conference aims to provide a platform for translators and researchers working in the East Asian […]

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