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SOAS Centre for Translation presents (Free event) SOAS University of London languages and cultures scholars have been awarded UKRI/AHRC funding for a research project examining Covid-19 public health information among linguistically diverse communities in London. Led by Dr Nana Sato-Rossberg (Principal Investigator) Head of School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics,…
The role that emotions play in the practice of translating and interpreting has attracted increasing attention in recent years. Already in 1996, Jääskeläinen observed that affective variables, be they personal involvement, commitment, motivation, or attitude, may impact translational behaviour. It is only relatively recently, however, that scholars have begun to…
We kindly invite interested scholars and practitioners to submit paper proposals for a conference session track the theme of Digitalization as a Transformational Force for Transcultural Communication. The session forms part of the conference Critical Issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies, to be held from 3-5 May 2021 in…
CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS Doctoral and Teacher-Training Translation Studies Summer School - DOTTSS BOSPHORUS Online event hosted by Boğaziçi University Department of Translation and Interpreting Studies 5-16 July 2021 Guest Professor 2021: Dr. Şebnem Susam Saraeva, University of Edinburgh Application Deadline: March 1, 2021 For the application procedure and more details…
Ethics for Interpreters Examine the ethical complexities of the interpreter’s work to the AUSIT Code of Ethics, as well as the ASLIA Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct. The course analyses ethical concepts, their practical application to interpreting work, and best practice for interpreters in ethically challenging scenarios. Accessible from…
Laboratorio Permanente di Media and Humour Studies presents New research in media paratexts Catherine Johnson – University of Huddersfield “The appisation of TV:Apps, devices, platforms and discoverability” Kathryn Batchelor – University College London “Paratexts in audiovisual translation research” Paul Grainge – University of Nottingham “Paratexts as social media entertainment” email:…
Laboratorio Permanente di Media and Humour Studies presents Translation and invisibility in the media: Susan Bassnett – University of Warwick “Considering visibility” Federico M. Federici – University College London “Make your metaphor into a wall: Migrants, crises, and media” Michael Cronin – Trinity College Dublin “Translation in the public square”…
Our knowledge of the Holocaust has been shaped by texts that come to the English-and French-language worlds largely through translation. The crucial work of translation is rarely acknowledged, and yet the way the collective past is experienced and remembered is dependent on this process of linguistic and cultural transfer. Translation is much more than…
Date: Thursday 12th November Time: 09.45-13.00 (GMT) Venue: Blackboard Collaborate Ultra Despite longstanding interest in the study of concepts across many disciplines and the phenomenal growth in corpus-based studies since the late 1980s, very little has been published on the intersection of these two, broad areas of scholarship. Much recent…
In no other part of the world are as many translations brought to market as in Europe. The unique diversity of languages makes translation an important tool for cultural transfer. Digitisation, globalisation, and sociocultural influences are not only changing social and political structures. They are having profound effects on the…
The focus of this year’s conference is on the challenges and opportunities opening up in an evolving translation and interpreting landscape, especially during this time of insecurity and rapid change in the profession. For more information and registration, click here
Keynotes: Prof. Loredana Polezzi (Stony Brook University), Prof. Sherry Simon (Concordia University) Organising committee: Andrea Ciribuco, Anne O’Connor (NUI Galway) Urban spaces have always been places of translation, where encounters between languages and cultures have given birth to both conflict and exchange. In the last few decades, increasingly diverse urban…
Date13 May 2020, 9.30am - 14 May 2020, 3.30pm TypeConference / Symposium VenueBloomsbury Room, G35, Ground Floor, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU Keynote speakers | Conférenciers invitésEmily Eells, University of Paris 10-NanterreJonathan Evans, University of Portsmouth 13 May 2020 10:00 Registration10:30 Welcome by Jean-Michel Gouvard (University of Bordeaux Montaigne) 10:45…
Lancaster University is pleased to offer three free training events that cover the techniques of corpus linguistics and their application in three different areas. Corpus linguistics for analysis of language, discourse and society Corpus linguistics for language learning, teaching and testing Statistics and data visualisation for corpus linguistics  The schools include both lectures…
No doubt: Translation history is gaining more and more academic momentum and attracting increasing attention from an ever growing interdisciplinary community of scholars. This why we are glad and proud to announce the fourth summer school on translation and interpreting history at the Centre for Translation Studies in Vienna. We…
Top quality research requires outstanding methodological skills. That is why the Department of Linguistics and the Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication of Ghent University will jointly organize a Summer School on “Methods in Language Sciences” from 13 until 17 July 2020. This Summer School is targeted at both junior and senior researchers and offers eight multi-day modules on various topics,…
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