Call for participants: Summer School in Translation History

University of Vienna. 18-25 Sept 2019

The Summer School is organized by the Centre for Translation Studies and is now in its 3rd year. This year’s theme is: “Perspectives, Approaches and Applications”.

Centre for Translation Studies in Vienna is proud to announce the third instalment of the international summer school on translation and interpreting history! Just like in the first two years (2017 and 2018), we have invited renowned translation scholars to share their expertise on central issues of translation and interpreting historiography. This year’s event aims to provide young researchers with basic knowledge about various perspectives on and approaches to translation and interpreting history as well as with hands-on experience, such as analysing historical documents and researching in archives. Moreover, the participants are going to present their own projects and discuss them in light of the subjects addressed in the summer school.

We invite all PhD students and young researchers working on projects in Translation and Interpreting History to apply for this year’s summer schools.

Confirmed guest lecturers:

  • Lieven D’hulst (University of Leuven)
  • Irene Weber Henking (University of Lausanne)
  • Małgorzata Tryuk (University of Warsaw)
  • Andreas F. Kelletat / Aleksey Tashinskiy (University of Mainz/ Germersheim)
  • Stephan Kurz / Matthias Schlögl (Austrian Academy of Sciences)

Bionotes & abstracts of the speakers are available HERE.

Deadline for application is 15 June 2019
Applications from all countries and different disciplines are welcome. Applicants should have a demonstrable interest in translation (or interpreting) historical issues and the contents of the summer school. Check Application & Costs for more details.

Organizers

  • Larisa Schippel (scientific direction)
  • Julia Richter
  • Stefanie Kremmel
  • Karlheinz Spitzl
  • Tomasz Rozmyslowicz
  • Joana Brandtner

Certificate
All participants that have fulfilled the required tasks will receive an official certificate of the University of Vienna stating the successful completion of a workload of 8 ECTS.

Languages
Some classes will be held in English and some in German. We will provide you with simultaneous interpretation into English whenever German is used.

Enjoying Vienna
Vienna is an interesting and vibrant city, especially in summer. We would like to invite all participants of the summer school to take part in our additional program that includes visits of museums, pub quizzes, dinners and other social and cultural events. Detailed information will follow.

Download the call for participation: 2019 summer school translation history.

Summer School webpage: https://summerschool-translation-history.univie.ac.at/summer-school-2019/call/

Posted by The Editors on 1st Apr 2019
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