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Monday, 26 November 2018 17:09

CFP - 32nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Translation Studies

University of British Columbia

June 2-4, 2019

Call for proposals: The Judith Woodsworth Lecture

The Judith Woodsworth Lecture, a young researchers keynote lecture, was created in 2017.
CATS is therefore seeking proposals that meet the criteria below. A student will be chosen by a
jury to give a 40-minute paper, followed by a 20-minute question period, at a plenary session
during the CATS Annual Conference. A $500 grant will be given to the speaker towards the cost
of attending the conference. The jury will be composed of Christine York, president of CATS,
Philippe Caignon, past president of CATS, and Chantal Gagnon, chair of the program
committee.


Details:
• Eligibility: Students enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program at a Canadian university
whose research is related to translation studies, or students enrolled in a master’s or doctoral
program in an international university whose research is related to translation studies in
Canada.
• Language: English or French
• Date: The paper will be given during the CATS Conference, June 2-4, 2019
• Place: Congress 2019 at University of British Columbia
To submit a proposal, please send the following documents to the members of the jury at the
following address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
• Last name, first name, contact information, e-mail address, name of your university and
program
• Curriculum vitae
• A 500-word abstract, followed by 3 to 5 bibliographic references
• A 100- to 150-word text indicating the status of your research (at present and expected
at the time of the Conference)


Deadline: December 15, 2018
Note that if you have already submitted a proposal related to the theme of the Conference, or if
you intend to submit one for the open sessions, you may nonetheless submit a proposal to the
Judith Woodsworth Lecture.

 

Call for proposals (open sessions, unrelated to the theme)

To submit a proposal in the open sessions, please fill out the information below and provide the title of your presentation along with a 300-word abstract. Send your submission as well as the required bio-bibliographical information requested below to the following three Program Committee members by February 1, 2019.

Please note that CATS does not provide financial support for papers given during the open sessions.


Chantal Gagnon
Département de linguistique et de traduction
Université de Montréal
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Álvaro Echeverri
Département de linguistique et de traduction
Université de Montréal
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Danièle Marcoux
Département d’études françaises
Concordia University
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Name:
Institutional affiliation:
Mailing address:
Telephone number:
E-mail address:
Diplomas (start with the most recent degree and indicate the discipline and
institution):
Three (3) publications published recently or related to the topic of the proposal:
A short bio-bibliography:
Title and abstract (300 words):

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