[Event] Investigating Technologies in Translation and Interpreting Studies

Date And Time Wed, 2 December 2020 02:00 – 03:30 KST About this Event The Centre for Translation & Interpreting Studies in Scotland at Heriot-Watt University invites you to a webinar with two presenters who will share their experiences of applying a technological framework to the study of video-mediated interpreting. Different frameworks have been applied to problematise and investigate social […]

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[Event] Subtitling World Cinema Workshop: Four International Screenings and a Round Table

Event Information Led by the School of Advanced Study, University of London, in partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the British Academy, Being Human is the UK’s only national festival of the humanities. In 2020, the festival theme is ‘New Worlds’. The festival will run 12-22 November. The core festival objectives are: to demonstrate the value of humanities research […]

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[Event] Second Hong Kong Baptist University International Conference on Interpreting

Second Hong Kong Baptist University International Conference on Interpreting (To be held in mixed modes) Theme: COGNITIVE APPROACHES Dates: 8-9 April 2021 Venue: Dr. Wu Yee Sun Lecture Theatre (WLB109), Shaw Campus, Hong Kong Baptist University Organizers: Centre for Translation and Department of Translation, Interpreting and Intercultural Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University Cognitive approaches to studying interpreting have been one of the main streams […]

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[Event] Translating Dickinson’s Words – Short Discussions

LOCATION: Zoom (Emily Dickinson Museum) DATE & TIME: November 5th 2020 6:30pm CONTACT NAME: Translation Center EMAIL: translate@umass.edu Translating Dickinson’s Words – Short Discussions The Translation Center is preparing for the third year of reading translated literature at the Emily Dickinson Museum. This year the event is via Zoom. On Thursday, November 5 at 6:30 pm (Amherst time), enjoy a presentation of multilingual readings […]

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[CFP] 1st UK-China Symposium on Translation Studies

1st UK-China Symposium on Translation Studies Organised by: Centre for Translation Studies, University of Leeds School of English and International Studies, Beijing Foreign Studies University Conference date: 16-17 Aug 2021 Host: Centre for Translation Studies, University of Leeds (Note: The conference venue will be confirmed in May 2021 depending on whether the conference is face-to-face or virtual.) Aims and scope: […]

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[CFP] 7th IATIS Conference: The Cultural Ecology of Translation

 IATIS 7th International Conference Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Catalunya, Spain 14 – 17 September 2021 The Cultural Ecology of Translation Conference moved to September 2021 and revised Call for Papers 1) New dates of the conference: 14-17 September 2021 Our Conference has been forced to search for alternative dates given the important changes in the 2021 calendar for big events in Barcelona. […]

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[CFP] THE COMPLEXITY OF SOCIAL-CULTURAL EMERGENCE: BIOSEMIOTICS, SEMIOTICS AND TRANSLATION STUDIES

Organizers: Kobus Marais, University of the Free State Reine Meylaerts, KU Leuven Maud Gonne, UNamur/ UCLouvain Since the emergence of complexity thinking, scholars from the natural and social sciences as well as the humanities are renewing efforts to construct a unified framework that would unite all scholarly activity. The work of Terrence Deacon (2013), at the interface of (at least) […]

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[CFP] The 20th ITRI International Conference

The Interpreting and Translation Research Institute (ITRI) at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (HUFS)cordially invites you to submit proposals to present papers at the 20th ITRI international conference, scheduled to be held virtually on January 22-23,2021. The theme of the conference is “The Roles and Identities of Interpreters and Translators in an Ever-Changing World.” ▣  Background Over the years, interpretation and translation […]

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[Web conference] TRANSLATING EUROPE – TRANSLATION IN TIMES OF DIGITAL REVOLUTION

Today, more material is being translated than ever before – but in an ever-decreasing number of languages. Globalisation, digitisation and sociocultural influences are changing social and political structures. They are having profound effects on the way in which we approach language and culture, on linguistic diversity and therefore on aspects of translation. This centuries-old artistic and cultural activity is undergoing […]

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[Event] Conceptual Analysis and Thematic Corpora: Theory, Methodology and Indicative Case Studies

A webinar organized by the Genealogies of Knowledge Research Network, in collaboration with Aston University, UK Date: Thursday 12th November Time: 09.45-13.00 (GMT) Venue: Blackboard Collaborate Ultra Registration via eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/conceptual-analysis-and-thematic-corpora-webinar-tickets-118966948345 Despite longstanding interest in the study of concepts across many disciplines and the phenomenal growth in corpus-based studies since the late 1980s, very little has been published on the intersection of […]

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