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Edward Clay

  • Presents Christian Matthiessen’s interpretation of SFL theory
  • Enriches readers’ understanding of the applications of SFL in various areas
  • Discusses the connections between SFL and other schools of linguistics

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guest edited by Alejandro Bolaños (UCL, UK), Noa Talaván (UNED, Spain) and Alberto
Fernández-Costales (University of Oviedo, Spain)

We welcome studies on all AVT modalities as long as there is a clear pedagogical
application to the field of language learning and teaching. We are interested in
how AVT can be integrated into any educational setting, context, or stage.
Contributions are not limited to the analysis of the possible benefits, challenges
and disadvantages of using AVT as a didactic tool; they may also focus on
accessibility issues in language learning, translator training, translation
strategies, or the implications this emerging trend may have in TS scholarship as
well as the relevance of translation as a mediation tool in educational contexts of
communication (Pintado-Gutiérrez, 2018; Muñoz-Basols, 2019; GonzálezDavies, 2020).


We would be happy to consider proposals on the following research topics:
- Didactic subtitling (including interlingual and intralingual captioning)
- Didactic revoicing (including dubbing, voice-over, and free commentary)
- Didactic media accessibility (including audio description and subtitling for
the deaf and hard-of-hearing audiences)
- Didactic applications of less frequent AVT practices (including respeaking,
surtitling, easy-to-read)
- Using AVT in translator training scenarios
- Assessing the use of didactic AVT in formal contexts
- Experiences of didactic AVT implementation in higher education
- Experiences of didactic AVT implementation in non-formal education
scenarios
- Didactic AVT in bilingual education and plurilingual settings
- Evaluating language gains through subtitling and dubbing
- Subtitling or dubbing? Implications for L2 proficiency
- Fansubbing and language learning
- Technology-enhanced didactic AVT
- Authentic audiovisual language and language education
- Culture and humour in audiovisual translation to teach languages
- Audiovisual translation as a mediation tool in language teaching & learning

Deadline for abstracts: 1 October 2022

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Since 2011, when it was held for the first time, the Translation and Interpreting Forum Olomouc has established itself as an open platform which is not limited only to an academic exchange within translation and interpreting studies research but embraces discussion with all players in the field of cross-language communication.

The 2022 conference theme "Room for (Ex)Change in T&I Training" revisits the topic of education and training of translators/interpreters. The featured guest speakers for TIFO 2022 are Łucja Biel (University of Warsaw), Elisabet Tiselius (Stockholm University) and Federico Zanettin (University of Perugia). 

Deadline for submissions: 31 July, 2022

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It is a pleasure to invite you to this year’s hybrid AUSIT National Conference to be held in Brisbane on 25-26 November 2022. The conference will take place at the beautiful campus of the University of Queensland, as well as online.

The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Rebuild and Belong: Evolution, Transformation and Growth’. It aims to offer participants a forum to discuss practical and theoretical issues relating to the T&I profession across a variety of different areas, focusing on rebuilding and re-connecting after two long years of dealing with the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Organising Committee (OC) is calling for the submission of abstracts for papers from a wide variety of interdisciplinary theoretical and practical perspectives. Submissions are organised into the following sub-themes:

  • Cultivating connections with colleagues – the power of comradery, and team building;
  • Self-growth – issues affecting practitioners and their businesses (mental health, adapting, professional skills, ethics and values, new mindset and new focus);
  • Joining forces with other professions – new opportunities, relationships between T&I practitioners and professional end-users;
  • Engaging with the community – current issues affecting community translation and interpreting;
  • Innovation in the world – the T&I industry in the post-pandemic world, accessibility, new technologies and new advances.

Deadline for abstracts: 24 June 2022

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The conference will focus on interdisciplinary approaches to phraseology and invites submissions on a wide range of topics, covering, but not limited to: computational, corpus-based, psycholinguistic and cognitive approaches to the study of phraseology, and practical applications in computational linguistics, translation, lexicography and language learning, teaching and assessment.

These topics cover include the following:

Computational approaches to the study of multiword expressions, e.g. automatic detection, classification and extraction of multiword expressions; automatic translation of multiword expressions; computational treatment of proper names; multiword expressions in NLP tasks and applications such as parsing, machine translation, text summarisation, term extraction, web search;

Corpus-based approaches to phraseology, e.g. corpus-based empirical studies of phraseology, task-orientated typologies of phraseological units (e.g. for annotation, lexicographic representation, etc.), annotation schemes, applications in applied linguistics and more specifically translation, interpreting, lexicography, terminology, language learning, teaching and assessment (see also below);

Phraseology in mono- and bilingual lexicography and terminography, e.g. new forms of presenting phraseological units in dictionaries and other lexical resources based on corpus-based and corpus-driven approaches; domain-specific terminology;

Phraseology in translation and cross-linguistic studies, e.g. use parallel and comparable corpora for translating of phraseological units; phraseological units in computer-aided translation; study of phraseology across languages;

Phraseology in specialised languages and language dialects, e.g. phraseology of specialised languages, study of phraseological use in different dialects or varieties of a specific language;

Phraseology in language learning, teaching and assessment: e.g. second language/bilingual processing of phraseological units and formulaic language; phraseological units in learner language;

Theoretical and descriptive approaches to phraseology, e.g. phraseological units and the lexis-grammar interface, the relevance of phraseology for theoretical models of grammar, the representation of phraseological units in constituency and dependency theories, phraseology and its interaction with semantics;

Cognitive and psycholinguistic approaches: e.g. cognitive models of phraseological unit comprehension and production; on-line measures of phraseological unit processing (e.g. eye tracking, event-related potentials, self-paced reading); phraseology and language disorders; phraseology and text readability;

The above list is indicative and not exhaustive. Any submission presenting a study related to the alternative terms of phraseological units, multiword expressions, multiword units, formulaic language or polylexical expressions, will be considered.

Deadline for abstracts: 20 May 2022

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Department of Translation and Interpretation Studies at the Faculty of Philology of Vilnius University cordially invites you to celebrate its 25th anniversary by revisiting the place, role and impact of translation in the broad, dynamic social and multicultural communicational context, and to take part at the international conference on Translation, Ideology, Ethics: Response and Credibility which will include the international workshop on Multiple Perspectives of Translation Research.

Nowadays global processes invite ever-increasing multicultural interaction, exchange of ideas and multinational coordination, therefore the demand for translation and its significance are growing, respectively raising visibility of translation as mediation, and of its participants. As translation never takes place in the vacuum and the need for it emanates in the contexts that are saturated with various ideologies, cultures and stands, the very process of translation, its product, and participants are affected by these contexts and make an impact on them. Recent geopolitical changes, fast-growing communication technology, media intervention into the spheres that used to belong exclusively to home affairs, global quest for information and its deliberation in social networks highlighted the questions of reliability of translation and trust in it, and emphasised responsibility of translators and translation technologies. The collisions of ideologies, combined with the ethical stances that translators have to assume in response have drawn attention to the risks associated with translation situations that extend beyond the text and directly affect the participants of those situations. These developments consequently touch the field of Translation Studies which, as it is rightly noted by Susan Bassnett and David Johnston, is necessarily situated in the context of the ‘issues alive in the perceptions and relationships of our world today.’

We hope to expand the discussion on interrelation between translation, ideology and ethics, by inviting papers addressing, but not limited to the following questions:

  • How do ideologies affect the field of translation?
  • What is characteristic of the process of translation in crisis situations?
  • What are translator’s ethical choices in crisis situations?
  • What are the ideological assumptions and implications of translation from/into major and minor languages?
  • How does translation influence our positions and values, and form our images and perception of ourselves and others?
  • How do we perceive history of translation? How does the history of translation function in the collective and individual memory?
  • What is a rendition quality of ideological and ethical contents in human and machine translation? Who is to be held responsible for reliability of translation?
  • How is the notion of translation ethics changing?
  • What skills are to be acquired by translators in the developing situation when they cease being perceived as merely a passive channel of transmission and assume a more active role of a communication moderator?  How do these changes affect translator training?
  • How do Translation Studies respond to the changing milieu? What problems and ethical challenges do researchers in TS face? How is the inquiry into translation enriched by the multidisciplinary, transdisciplinary and supradisciplinary research approach? Is the translation research trusted in the view of ideological and ethical differences? What are the most relevant perspectives in nowadays translation research?

Deadline for abstracts: 30 May 2022

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The successful applicant for the advertised positions will be expected to coordinate and deliver modules in the fields of translation and interpreting studies; to supervise students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels; to contribute to the further development of a high-quality curriculum and assessment practices in the department; to produce high quality research and publications of international excellence; and to participate in the administration and development of the Department of Translation and Interpreting, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, or the University. The successful applicant to more senior professorial ranks is expected to also provide leadership at departmental, school and university levels in teaching, research, and service.

The main duties and responsibilities of the post holder are as follows:

  • To deliver undergraduate modules in the areas of practical translation, translation theory, specialised translation, and/or interpreting. Specially, the successful candidate should be able to contribute to at least two of the following modules:
    • Essentials of Translation and Interpreting; Basic Translation Skills; Language Studies for Translation; Translation: Theory and Practice; Translation and Journalism; Sight Translation; Liaison Interpreting; Interpreting; Conference Interpreting.
  • To contribute to the design, development, planning and implementation of a high-quality curriculum and assessment activities.
  • To supervise or assist with supervision of undergraduate and/or research graduate (PhD) students.
  • To produce research and publications of international excellence.
  • To obtain internal and external research funding support.
  • To engage with the broader scholarly and professional communities.
  • To take on administrative responsibilities in the Department and/or School.
  • To contribute to departmental, School, or University-wide committees or working groups as requested.
  • To maintain own continuing professional development.
  • To actively follow and promote XJTLU policies. 

Deadline for applications: 20 May 2022

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Ca’ Foscari invites applications for a Full Professor in the area of Language and translation – English. 

Ca’ Foscari is a research intensive institution committed to competing for international scientific excellence through the recruitment of the best academic talents worldwide. Talented young researchers and experienced senior professors make Ca’ Foscari a stimulating environment for career development and research freedom. Our university is committed to research excellence, funding promising researchers and developing international partnerships. As a leading research university, Ca’ Foscari explores cutting-edge research directions across disciplinary boundaries, setting a new agenda designed around six global challenges. 

Ca’ Foscari is looking for a full professor in the area of Language and translation – English with a cutting edge research profile. The researcher should also have a strong commitment to teaching new generations of students so that they can become game-changers in their own fields and make a difference in the world. 

The professor will be required to teach courses within academic discipline “Language and translation: English” at undergraduate and postgraduate level as well as PhD courses, in accordance with the needs of the Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies.

The professor will teach courses for a minimum of 120 teaching hours and will coordinate and supervise CELs’ activities, according to current regulations.

The candidate will have to contribute to the consolidation and development of research of the department in the areas of Translation Theory (from English into Italian in particular), Linguistic and Cultural Mediation, Tourism Discourse, and English for Specific Purposes. He be expected to take part in national and international teams that will apply for research funding. 

The position will be hosted in the Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies. The Department has recently received a “Department of Excellence” Award by the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research. The Excellence Award has allowed the Department to Develop state of the art laboratory facilities to pursue the theoretical and empirical study of linguistic and cultural diversity.

The Department is unique in its multidisciplinary approach to language, literature and culture, with fertile exchanges between linguistic, literary, historical and political approaches and an international outlook essential to a critical understanding of global society.

The Department actively pursues internationalization, activating joint programmes, Erasmus exchange periods, internships abroad, encouraging publication in international journals and inviting many Visiting Scholars and Professors. 

The Institution

Since its foundation in 1868, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice has been a leader in Economics and Foreign Languages and Cultures. Today, Ca’ Foscari is exploring new frontiers in research, focusing on Climate Change, Digital Humanities, Digital and Social Innovation, and Nanosciences. An intellectual powerhouse of international repute in the heart of the city of Venice, Ca’ Foscari provides a one-of-a-kind blend of scientific research, cultural heritage and history, offering a life-changing experience to its students and researchers, with a transformative impact on the local community. 

If you are a non-Italian applicant or if you have resided outside of Italy for more than 3 years, you will benefit from a favorable tax treatment for the first years of the contract.

Deadline for applications: 19 May 2022

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Deadline for applications: 20 May 2022

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JRHE, the Journal of Research in Higher Education published by Babeș-Bolyai University, the QUALITAS Centre, invites submissions for the forthcoming special issue on the research, pedagogy and practice of translation and interpretation, due out in September 2022. JRHE is a peer-reviewed, open access journal http://jrehe.reviste.ubbcluj.ro/, that seeks to address and factor in the major challenges educators, researchers, trainers and trainers of trainers in the field are faced with in these accelerated global times.

As well as the changing professional communication patterns and policies manifesting themselves at this juncture in pandemic times, the volume sets out to engage the transformative forces impacting these academic subjects and the global language industry in the age of digital literacies and remote teaching. Fostering transdisciplinarity and multilingualism at the highest professional level in the language industry par excellence, the Department of Applied Modern Languages at BBU – a pioneering department in the country, marking its 30th anniversary in Higher Education in Romania– commissions state-of-the art contributions that cover the terrain of translation and interpretation studies.

Submission topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Advanced technology applications in the pedagogies of CI and TS;
  • Multimodality in T & I (audiovisuality, video-gaming, subtitling et al);
  • Remote interpreting, I&T teaching and re-speaking;
  • The cultural and ‘geo’ turn in translation studies;
  • Posthumanities and translation and interpretation practice;
  • Translation and interpretation and their territorial politics/policies;

Deadline for abstracts: 30 June

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