ITI 21st Birthday International Conference

The Rembrandt Hotel, London – 21-22 April 2007

The 20th century has been described as the ‘century of translation’ as well as the ‘century of technical translation’.

What will the 21st century reveal in the worlds of translation and interpreting? To coincide with the Institute’s 21st birthday, ITI will be holding an International Conference in London between the 21st and 22nd April 2007. If you would like to submit a paper or propose a suitable topic for a poster session or conference workshop, we would like to hear from you.

Published in: Call for Papers

TRANSLATION, CULTURES AND THE MEDIA

Special Issue of EJES, European Journal of English Studies, Volume 12.2

Guest-edited by Elena Di Giovanni and Rita Kothari

The cultural turn in translation studies in the 1990s was both a response to and impulse for many im/perceptible changes in the discipline. The scope of translation was redefined so that the boundaries between the study of translation and other disciplines have come to be increasingly blurred.

 

Published in: Call for Papers

TRANSLATION AND CENSORSHIP

FROM THE 18TH CENTURY TO THE PRESENT DAY

Date: 27-28 November 2006
Venue: Portuguese Catholic University, Lisbon
Organisers: Portuguese Catholic University of Lisbon (http://www.ucp.pt) and   Polytechnic Institute of Bragança (http://www.ese.ipb.pt), Portugal

Published in: Conference Diary

EST Summer School Scholarship

Call for applications

Ever since it was founded in September 1992, EST has focused on drawing attention to new research in Translation Studies, and encouraging young scholars to join the collective endeavour. Since 2003, the Executive Board of EST has sponsored one participant per year attending a summer school of research in translation studies.

This year again, EST will sponsor one EST-member to attend a TS Summer School.

Published in: Call for Papers