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Tuesday, 20 April 2021 21:26

Online conference: Translating Linguistic Minorities

Online Conference “Translating Linguistic Minorities”, 27-28-29 May 

We are happy to announce that registration is now open for our conference on translating linguistic minorities (within and between the francophone and anglophone spheres), which will take place online between May 27 and 29.

Online Conference “Translating Linguistic Minorities”, 27-28-29 May 

We are happy to announce that registration is now open for our conference on translating linguistic minorities (within and between the francophone and anglophone spheres), which will take place online between May 27 and 29.

This conference will include a number of thematic panels, workshops, and roundtables which seek to shed light on the representation of linguistic minorities in francophone and anglophone contexts through the prism of translation. 

Over the three days, we will host thirty specialists of diverse cultural backgrounds , including the Scottish poet, novelist and translator Christine de Luca, the postcolonial translation specialist Paul Bandia, as well as Karine Guerre, translator of Curdella Forbes’ novel A Tall History of Sugar, and Charles Bonnot, translator of Douglas Stuart’s Shuggie Bain.

You can register using the following form until Monday May 24 (the connection link will be sent several days before the conference): https://forms.gle/iX9YBo9JQU46DSZT9

The number of spots for each workshop is limited to 20 people. 

Further information, as well as the programme and the book of abstracts, can be found on our website: https://tradminling.sciencesconf.org/

 

Juliette Pezaire, Célestine Denèle, Tiffane Levick

TRAduction et Communication Transculturelle (TRACT), EA 4398 – Langues, Textes, Arts et Cultures du Monde Anglophone (PRISMES), Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3

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