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Adapting Alterity in Anglophone Scenarios

CALL FOR PAPERS

TrAdE III: Adapting Alterity in Anglophone Scenarios

                                   Tor Vergata University of Rome, 25-26 November 2022

 

Confirmed keynote speakers:

Silvia Antosa, Kore University of Enna

Elisabetta Marino, Tor Vergata University of Rome

Pablo Romero-Fresco, Roehampton University

Panels/Abstracts Submission

Proposals for individual one-twenty-minutes presentations (no longer than 200 words) should include a session title, the name and contact information of the speaker, his/her affiliation and a 50-word bionote.

Panelists’ one-hour sessions should include a session title, the name, the affiliation and contact information of the chair, abstracts no longer than 200 words from each presenter, together with their name, affiliation and a 50-word bionote.

Please send panels and/or individual proposals and bio sketches to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Deadline for proposals: 30th June 2022

Notification of acceptance: by 20th July 2022

CALL FOR PAPERS

TrAdE III: Adapting Alterity in Anglophone Scenarios

                                   Tor Vergata University of Rome, 25-26 November 2022

Diversity and inclusion have not only gained key importance in our times, but they have also been at the core of a wide variety of academic subjects and heterogeneous research methodologies, with particular reference to linguistics, literature, and culture. The third edition of the annual conference organized by the Research Group TrAdE (Translation and Adaptation from/into English) seeks to explore how translation and adaptation deal with diversity and inclusion.

The very first conference organized by TrAdE was focused on words, following along their journey from one linguo-cultural system to another, words as channels connecting different languages and cultures; words as bridges, means for connection and contact. Which inevitably produces contamination and contagion, as TrAdE’s second conference attempted to analyze, hosting contributions by scholars from every corner of the globe. For its third conference, the Research Group is going to delve into translation and adaptation of alterity/otherness in Anglophone texts and contexts.

Alterity, Otherness, Diversity: words implying distinction, separation, distance, borders, frontiers designed to separate.

The transdisciplinary Conference shall be focused on (but not limited to) the following topics:

  • Discrimination based on Religious Prejudice and Gender, Civil Rights in Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives and Different Geo-Political Contexts;
  • Diversity/Inclusion in Education and (Social) Media;
  • Diversity/Inclusion in Art(s), Music, Movies and TV Series;
  • Diversity/Inclusion in Language, Literature, Linguistics and Translation;
  • Diversity/Inclusion of Style(s) and Genre(s);
  • Identity and Alterity; Hegemonic vs Lesser Spoken Languages; Hate speech.
  • Memories and Trauma.

Confirmed keynote speakers:

Silvia Antosa, Kore University of Enna

Elisabetta Marino, Tor Vergata University of Rome

Pablo Romero-Fresco, Roehampton University

Panels/Abstracts Submission

Proposals for individual one-twenty-minutes presentations (no longer than 200 words) should include a session title, the name and contact information of the speaker, his/her affiliation and a 50-word bionote.

Panelists’ one-hour sessions should include a session title, the name, the affiliation and contact information of the chair, abstracts no longer than 200 words from each presenter, together with their name, affiliation and a 50-word bionote.

Please send panels and/or individual proposals and bio sketches to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Deadline for proposals: 30th June 2022

Notification of acceptance: by 20th July 2022

Scientific Committee

Daniela Guardamagna

Elisabetta Marino

Rossana Sebellin

Giulia Magazzù

Valentina Rossi

Angela Sileo

Organizing Committee

Giulia Magazzù

Valentina Rossi

Angela Sileo

For more information, please visit: https://gruppotrade-2019.uniroma2.it/

CALL FOR PAPERS

TrAdE III: Adapting Alterity in Anglophone Scenarios

                                   Tor Vergata University of Rome, 25-26 November 2022

Diversity and inclusion have not only gained key importance in our times, but they have also been at the core of a wide variety of academic subjects and heterogeneous research methodologies, with particular reference to linguistics, literature, and culture. The third edition of the annual conference organized by the Research Group TrAdE (Translation and Adaptation from/into English) seeks to explore how translation and adaptation deal with diversity and inclusion.

The very first conference organized by TrAdE was focused on words, following along their journey from one linguo-cultural system to another, words as channels connecting different languages and cultures; words as bridges, means for connection and contact. Which inevitably produces contamination and contagion, as TrAdE’s second conference attempted to analyze, hosting contributions by scholars from every corner of the globe. For its third conference, the Research Group is going to delve into translation and adaptation of alterity/otherness in Anglophone texts and contexts.

Alterity, Otherness, Diversity: words implying distinction, separation, distance, borders, frontiers designed to separate.

The transdisciplinary Conference shall be focused on (but not limited to) the following topics:

  • Discrimination based on Religious Prejudice and Gender, Civil Rights in Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives and Different Geo-Political Contexts;
  • Diversity/Inclusion in Education and (Social) Media;
  • Diversity/Inclusion in Art(s), Music, Movies and TV Series;
  • Diversity/Inclusion in Language, Literature, Linguistics and Translation;
  • Diversity/Inclusion of Style(s) and Genre(s);
  • Identity and Alterity; Hegemonic vs Lesser Spoken Languages; Hate speech.
  • Memories and Trauma.

Confirmed keynote speakers:

Silvia Antosa, Kore University of Enna

Elisabetta Marino, Tor Vergata University of Rome

Pablo Romero-Fresco, Roehampton University

Panels/Abstracts Submission

Proposals for individual one-twenty-minutes presentations (no longer than 200 words) should include a session title, the name and contact information of the speaker, his/her affiliation and a 50-word bionote.

Panelists’ one-hour sessions should include a session title, the name, the affiliation and contact information of the chair, abstracts no longer than 200 words from each presenter, together with their name, affiliation and a 50-word bionote.

Please send panels and/or individual proposals and bio sketches to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Deadline for proposals: 30th June 2022

Notification of acceptance: by 20th July 2022

Scientific Committee

Daniela Guardamagna

Elisabetta Marino

Rossana Sebellin

Giulia Magazzù

Valentina Rossi

Angela Sileo

Organizing Committee

Giulia Magazzù

Valentina Rossi

Angela Sileo

For more information, please visit: https://gruppotrade-2019.uniroma2.it/

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