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The cutting edge of translation research is shifting. Technological and societal developments in recent years have seen dramatic changes in the ways translated texts are produced, used, and appraised. These changes have created ground-breaking new research themes, ranging from ethics and technology, to identity and crowd-sourcing. The Advances in Translation…
We are happy to announce the 3rd Taboo Conference to be held in Barcelona, Spain, 20th & 21st September 2016.https://portal.upf.edu/web/tacoFor its 3rd edition, The Taboo Conference series will specifically address the intricacies of taboo and humour/comedy in the broad contexts of language, culture, society, and the media and in its…
_______________________________________________________ The Association for Applied Linguistics in Bosnia and Herzegovina in cooperation with International Burch University, and IATIS, is organizing a translator training workshop. All applicants should register via the TTW IATIS APPLICATION on:http://www.aalbih.org/aalbih-events/upcoming-events/   no later than the 10th of November. For more information and updates visit our official…
International Conference at the Eötvös Loránd University Budapest (ELTE) 10-11 March 2016
SOAS, University of London, is organizing a one-day symposium on PublicService/Community Interpreting on the 3rd of October 2015 (the symposium is free of charge but requires registration). This symposium aims to inform about the current situation and the challenges faced by community and public serviceinterpreting, to take stock and to…
Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey November 19-20, 2015
NEW PERSPECTIVES IN ASSESSMENT IN TRANSLATION TRAINING: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL ASSESSMENT Date: 4 September 2015 - 4 September 2015 Time: 9.00am - 5.30pm Location: 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2HW - View map One-day conference Since translation established itself as a profession and an academic discipline, translation assessment has…
IATIS announces the 2015 elections to its Executive Council. Please read below for the policy on elections. The timeline is as follows: Announcement of elections - June 2015; Deadline for receipt of nomination forms - 30 July 2015; Confirmation of nominees - 01 September 2015; Submission of candidate form and…
The International Association for Translation and Intercultural Studies (IATIS) has held four conferences so far: Seoul in 2004, Cape Town in 2006, Melbourne in 2009, and Belfast in 2012. The organisation of the 5th IATIS Conference, to be held in Belo Horizonte in July 2015, is now well underway, and…
Conference Programme No prior registration is needed for the event but participants will need to log in as guests on the day (14 April 2015). Here is the link to log into our webconference and some advice: https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/iatis_training/ On the login page, choose "Enter as a Guest".Enter a name and…
The 2nd East Asian Translation Studies Conference (EATS 2) 9 and 10July 2016 Tokyo, Japan Keynote Speakers: Prof Mona Baker (The University of Manchester, UK) Prof Keijiro Suga (Meiji University, Japan) Call for Papers Conference Theme: "Constructing/Deconstructing East Asia"  
Pedagogies of Revolt: Translating Egypt in Flux 26 March 2015 Salle des thèses Bernard Maris, Espace DeleuzeUniversité Paris 8 - Vincennes-Saint-Denis
The Birmingham Centre for Translation presents a public lecture by Dr Helena Buffery (University College Cork) and readings and discussions with author Teresa Solana, her translator, Peter Bush, and publisher Bitter Lemon Press.  For more information, visit: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/bct/events/2015/crimes-translation.aspx
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