Contributions are invited for the fourth issue of
Hieronymus – Journal of Translation Studies and Terminology,
scheduled for publication in December 2017.
(Deadline for submission of proposals extended to 30 November 2016)
The AUSIT 2016 Mini Conference Organising Committee is now inviting translation and interpreting scholars as well as practising translators and interpreters to submit proposals for this national and international gathering of people interested in interpreting and translating.
This year, AUSIT is focussing efforts on raising public awareness of the translating and interpreting profession. The theme of this mini-conference, Practice, Research and Public, offers participants a forum to present on issues related to practice, research and translation and interpreting in the public space.
For more information, please check the following link:
This conference seeks to interrogate the role of translators in, and of, Asia as participants in, and commentators on, a changing world. Translators minimise or break down barriers between the ‘I’, ‘you’, ‘we’ and ‘Other’, and in doing so, create inclusive local, regional and global experiences and life trajectories for consumers of linguistic and cultural artefacts. Yet, translation can also be an exclusive process: decisions about what is translated, how and for whom, have far-reaching implications for the inclusion and exclusion of certain communities and/or stakeholders, simultaneously empowering some and disempowering others. This conference seeks to explore the ethics of translation in a transforming Asia from the perspective of Asian Translation Traditions (ATT): for further information, please check the complete Call for Papers here (http://future.arts.monash.edu/asiantranslation7/call-for-papers/) Abstracts and panel proposals can be submitted online before midnight on 23rd December 2015.
The 2nd East Asian Translation Studies Conference (EATS 2)
9 and 10July 2016
Prof Mona Baker (The University of Manchester, UK)
Prof Keijiro Suga (Meiji University, Japan)
Call for Papers
Conference Theme: "Constructing/Deconstructing East Asia"
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