TRANSLATIONFEST II

European Colloquium on Gender & Translation (5th edition) Gendering Agency and Activism in Translation and Interpreting University of Ferrara, Italy, 6-7 June 2022

The main aim of this hybrid Colloquium (in person and online) – which has shifted venue from edition to edition since 2016 – is to periodically offer an overview of the latest trends in the research on translation and gender around the world, with special emphasis on its cross-pollination with a number of disciplines, including but not limited to Translation Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Cultural and Media Studies, Sociology, Politics, Linguistics and Literary Criticism. Besides its overview of the growing diversity of research (both theoretical and practical) on translation and gender/sexuality/equality, the 5th edition of this Colloquium will have a thematic orientation focused on the role played by translation and interpreting as agents of resistance to and change of the dynamics between gender and power in society.

Published in: Call for Papers

Reimagining Comics

The Translation and Localization of Visual Narratives

Special issue of inTRAlinea (2023), guest edited by Michał Borodo (Kazimierz Wielki University, Poland)

Published in: Call for Papers

Understanding Wikipedia’s Dark Matter

Translation and Multilingual Practice in the World’s Largest Online Encyclopaedia

Hong Kong Baptist University
15-17 December 2021 | Online via Zoom
Second Call for Papers

Published in: Call for Papers

Inclusive theatre-making: translation, accessibility and beyond

Special issue of inTRAlinea. Guest edited by Elena Di Giovanni and Francesca Raffi

This special issue wishes to gather theoretical, methodological and empirical reflections on the notion of inclusive theatre-making, with ample space for interlingual, intralingual and intersemiotic translation to be discussed from an interdisciplinary perspective. Collaborative papers bringing together different standpoints and competencies are encouraged.

Published in: Call for Papers

Transmedial Turn? Potentials, Problems, and Points to Consider

University of Tartu, Estonia, 8-10 December 2020

The conference will take place online

Published in: Conference Diary

Translations of Aristotle’s Poetics ever since the XVI Century and the Forging of European Poetics

Università di Trento, 4-5 May 2021
(Call Deadline: 31-Oct-2020)

Published in: Call for Papers

Historiography and translation. Comparative approaches to writing translation histories

Call for papers

A special issue of World Literature Studies, edited by Katarína Bednárová, Isabelle Poulin and Igor Tyšš.

Published in: Call for Papers

New book series: Translation, Interpreting and Transfer (TI&T)

Leuven University Press has recently launched a new book series in Translation Studies, in collaboration with the KU Leuven Center for Translation Studies (CETRA).

Published in: Announcements