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Submitting a proposal

At this stage, we are inviting for proposals from convenors of panels, roundtables, workshops and artistic initiatives (deadline 30 April 2020) on the topic of the conference: The Cultural Ecology of Translation.

Please note that individual communications will be submitted at a later stage (from June to October 2020).

 

Submitting a Panel proposal 

Submitting a Roundtable proposal  

Submitting a Worskshop proposal

Submitting an Artistic initative proposal

 

Submitting a Panel Proposal

Panels will serve as the cornerstone for structuring the conference program. Panels are thematic, integrated discussions among 6 to 12 session participants on a clearly identified theme or topic within the larger theme of the conference (The cultural Ecology of Translation). They should provide attendees with an opportunity to hear presenters engage in dialogue amongst themselves as well as with attendees about cutting-edge research, practice, theory building, or policy development. 

Timeline for Panels

▪ Submission of panel proposals: by 30 April 2020 

▪ Announcement of accepted panels by 10 June 2020

Link to the submission platform: HERE

At this stage, you do not need to have a list of speakers. If accepted, you panel will then be posted on IATIS website and turned into a thematic call for papers. 

The following information will be required:

- Details about the convenor(s): name, surname, affiliation, bionote (100 words approx.), and contact address

- Details about the proposal: abstract (up to 500 words). 

 See examples of IATIS panels in previous conferences:

Hong Kong Panels 2018

Belo Horizonte Panels 2015  

 

Submitting a Roundtable Proposal

Roundtables run for one hour and provide opportunities for up to three participants with specific expertise and varying positions/opinions to discuss with one another, and with the audience, topics concerning the theme of the conference (The cultural Ecology of Translation).

Timeline for Roundtables

▪ Submission of roundtable proposals: by 30 April 2020  

▪ Notification of acceptance: by 10 June 2020

Link to the submission platform: HERE

The following information will be required:

- Details about the participants: name, surname, affiliation, bionote (100 words approx.), and contact address

- Details about the proposal: abstract (up to 500 words) 

 See examples of IATIS panels in previous conferences:

Hong Kong Roundtables 2018

Belo Horizonte Roundtables 2015  

 

Submitting a Workshop Proposal

Running for a day or half a day on June 28 (preceding the main conference), pre-conference workshops are designed to be training sessions on a topic of interest to conference attendees, such teaching and professional development, with a special emphasis on learning or developing new skills.

Timeline for Workshops

▪ Submission of workshop proposals: by 30 April 2020 

▪ Notification of acceptance by 10 June 2020

Link to the submission platform: HERE

The following information will be required:

- Details about the participant(s): name, surname, affiliation, bionote (100 words approx.), and contact address

- Details about the proposal: abstract (up to 500 words)

 See examples of IATIS panels in previous conferences:

Hong Kong Workshops 2018

Belo Horizonte Workshops 2015  

 

Submitting an Artistic initiative

Since a pioneer initiative in Hong Kong, IATIS has decided to extend its call to artistic initiatives that address the topic of the conference (The cultural Ecology of Translation).

▪ Submission of artistic proposals: by 30 April 2020 

▪ Notification of acceptance by 10 June 2020

Link to the submission platform: HERE

The following information will be required:

-  Details about the convenor(s): name, surname, affiliation, bionote (100 words approx.), and contact address

-  Details about the proposal: abstract (up to 500 words)

See for instance this initiative which took place during the Hong Kong IATIS conference here 

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