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IATIS is joining Amnesty International, Amnesty Australia and the international community of translators and interpreters in seeking protection for Afgan Interpreters.
The International Association for Translation and Intercultural Studies (IATIS) has held 6 conferences so far: Seoul in 2004, Cape Town in 2006, Melbourne in 2009, Belfast in 2012, Belo Horizonte in 2015, Hong Kong in 2018. The organisation of the 7th IATIS Conference, to be held in Barcelona in July 2021, is now well underway,…
A new Interpreting journal is born! Interpreting and Society: An Interdisciplinary Journal, focuses on the societal and scientific challenges posed by interpreting practice and enquiry from an interdisciplinary perspective. Founding co-editors: Julie Boéri & Wen Ren; review editor: Ella Wehrmeyer; published by Sage, in association with Beijing Foreign Studies University.…
Translation and Accessibility for All in the Creative Industries - Digital Spaces and Cultural Contexts (edited by Alessandra Rizzo) 'The scope of this special issue is to investigate the latest increasing interest in the accessibility of the culturaland creative industries (henceforth CCI) in contemporary societies by means of translation and…
Editor-in-chief: Aleksandra Matulewska Guest editor: Anne Wagner & Aleksandra Matulewska Co-editor: Paula Trzaskawka 'Our rationale skillfully critiques the interdisciplinary fields of culture, law and legal translation with the help of well-established researchers. This work brings together innovative research themes in order to unveil topics that are still under explora tion…
The publication of the latest JoSTrans thematic issue is always something to be celebrated. But to do so at the close of one of the most difficult years many of us will have known, represents all the more significant an achievement. 2020 has been a year of unprecedented challenge, but it has…
This book presents a thoughtful and thorough account of diverse studies on Chinese translation and interpreting (TI). It introduces readers to a plurality of scholarly voices focusing on different aspects of Chinese TI from an interdisciplinary and international perspective.     The book brings together eighteen essays by scholars at different…
The Editors Johan Franzon is Associate Professor of Swedish Translation and Scandinavian Languages at the University of Helsinki (Finland). Annjo K. Greenall is Professor of English Language and Translation Studies at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim (Norway). Sigmund Kvam is Professor of German Linguistics and Translation…
The goal of the book is to investigate mediating practices used in translation of children’s and young adults’ fiction, focusing on transfer of contents considered controversial or unsuitable for young audiences. It shows how the macabre and cruelty, swear words and bioethical issues have been affected in translation across cultures…
Informed by the anthropological research of Professor Donald E. Brown on human universals, this book compiles 10 articles exploring the representation of common human cultural practices and concerns in literature, cinema and language. The book as a whole demonstrates not only that Brown’s human universals are shared by different cultures,…
This is an edited collection of essays drawn from collaborative events organized jointly by The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. The book focuses on how literary and cultural perspectives from different humanities academic environs in Asia and Europe might contribute to our understanding of…
Captioning and Subtitling for d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing Audiences is a comprehensive guide to the theory and practice of captioning and subtitling, a discipline that has evolved quickly in recent years. This guide is of a practical nature and contains examples and exercises at the end of each chapter. Some…
This paper analyses the conceptual, social and ethical dimensions of online collaborative translation and particularly one of its major subtypes, translation crowdsourcing. Since online collaborative translation is still a rather young field of research there are still conceptual uncertainties, particularly surrounding the selection of the meta- or top-level concept for…
“Language is (not) a barrier”: Towards effective translation policies and practices for official communication with culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities in Melbourne This joint PhD project will be based at The University of Melbourne with a minimum 12 month stay at KU Leuven Metropolises like Brussels or Melbourne are…
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