CALL FOR PAPERS: Crime in Translation
University of Portsmouth, Saturday 9 November 2013
Plenary speakers: Dr Karen Seago (City University, London) and Dr Yvonne Fowler (Aston University)
15-16 November 2013, Berlin, Germany
This new international conference on dialogue interpreting targets government representatives, policy makers, service providers, users and commissioners of signed and spoken interpreting services, researchers, trainers, interpreters, language and cultural mediators, and students.
For more information, please see http://www.indialog-conference.com/
To Feel or not to Feel? That is the Question: International Online Workshop on Affective factors in Translation Process ResearchWritten by Magdalena Dombek
Registration is now open for the International Online Workshop on Affective factors in Translation Process Research organized by Aston University on December 6th 2013.
Please remember that there will be no participation fee for the conference. However, online registration is required on the conference website in order to access the conference on the day. To register, please go to: http://www.processresearch2013.com
Call for papers: International conference on literary translation
12-14 December 2013
Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto
Confirmed keynote speakers:
Theo Hermans (University College London)
David Johnston (Queen's University Belfast)
Reader: £45,941 to £53,233 per annum
Professor: A competitive salary package is available for an outstanding candidate
The British Centre for Literary Translation is seeking to appoint a Director at Reader or Professor level.
We are seeking abstracts for consideration to be included in a special volume of the Interpreter Education Series published by Gallaudet University Press (GU Press).
Editors: Suzanne Ehrlich (University of Cincinnati, USA) and Jemina Napier (Heriot-Watt University, UK)