Migrating Texts training day

Audiences: Exploring Reception and Participation in Subtitling, Translation, and Adaptation

Friday 17 May 2019
Room 349, Third Floor, IMLR, Senate House, London, WC1E 7HU

Published in: Announcements

Genealogies of Knowledge II

Evolving Transnational, Transdisciplinary and Translational Epistemologies

An international conference hosted by the Centre for Translation and the Translation Programme, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong In collaboration with the Genealogies of Knowledge Project, University of Manchester, UK
7-9 April 2020

Published in: Call for Papers

Summer School in Translation Studies

Translation in the 21st century and the challenge of sustainable development

Venice, 24-28 June 2019

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Call for papers: Cognitive Translation Studies

Theoretical Models and Methodological Criticism

Guest Editors: Kairong Xiao, Southwest University, Chongqing, China; Ricardo Muñoz, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain

Published in: Call for Papers

Traduire l’Autre. Pratiques interlinguistiques et écritures ethnographiques.

Antonio Laveri et Danielle Londei (sous la dir.)

Harmattan Italia. Collection(s): Cahiers d’ethnotraductologie
2018. ISBN (ITALIA) 978-88-7892-347-8. ISBN (France) 978-2-336-31225-5.

Published in: New Publications

InDialog 3

Interpreter Practice, Research and Training: the Impact of Context

Antwerp on 21-22 November 2019

Published in: Call for Papers

Women, Language(s) and Translation in the Italian Tradition

7-8 November 2018. Riley Auditorium, Gillespie Centre, Clare College, Cambridge

This two-day conference intends to explore women’s roles in the circulation of ideas and the dissemination of knowledge in the Italian tradition, across the centuries, by means of translations. It focuses on the role of women as translators, as well as, more broadly, agents of all kinds (e.g. translations for women, commissioning of translations by women) in the production and circulation of translations. It also discusses the translations of Italian women writers’ works into other languages.

Published in: Conference Diary

CFP: Theories and Methods for History of Translation

Romanisches Seminar, University of Zurich, 15-16 April 2019

An International Congress that aims to offer an unprecedented opportunity to reflect on purely methodological issues.

Published in: Call for Papers