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Saturday, 15 June 2013 14:03

East Asian Translation Studies Conference

This is to inform that we will be holding an international conference on East Asian Translation Studies at University of East Anglia, UK, on 19 and 20 June 2014.

Published in Calls for Papers
Monday, 03 September 2012 20:38

Bursary Winner Report: Lihua Jiang

Lihua Jiang is one of two scholars to be awarded a bursary to attend the 4th IATIS Conference. Below, she shares her thoughts on the conference.

I was really lucky enough to have been awarded the 2012 IATIS conference bursary right before 2011 Christmas. I am thankful for the Bursary Selection Committee members who have taken all the efforts to read through piles of our applications carefully. My thanks also go to Mark, Rachael and all the Organising Committee members who have helped me with the flight, accommodation booking and local arrangements. I would also like to thank Dr. Dorothy Kenny and Professor David Johnston for your kind introduction and positive feedback to my conference presentation...


Published in 4th IATIS Conference

Victoria University (British Columbia), June 3, 4, 5, 2013.

Program chairs: Sylvie Vandaele and Pier-Pascale Boulanger.

Knowledge is circulated through translation, more particularly through the importation of scientific and technical discourses for purposes more diverse than we usually realize. Many of these discourses serve practical purposes, of course, but all are more or less related to patterns of thought based on world views and philosophical stances that at times stand in opposition. The 26th conference of the Canadian Association for Translation Studies (CATS) will concentrate on the role played by translation in the journey of scientific and technical knowledge through language-cultures.

The idea that translation acts as a mere mechanical channel transmitting knowledge reduces translation to a naive commonplace that prevents us from grasping its various dimensions and analyzing its practice critically. Translation, as it mediates between language-cultures, pre-supposes human intervention and thus sociohistorical circumstances.

Published in Calls for Papers

-- 8th International Postgraduate Conference in Translating and Interpreting
8-10 November 2012. 
Centre for Translation and Textual Studies School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies Dublin City University, Ireland. 

Call for Abstracts
We are pleased to call for abstracts for the 8th International Postgraduate Conference in Translation and Interpreting (IPCITI), to be hosted by the Centre for Translation and Textual Studies, Dublin City University, Ireland, from November 8th to 10th 2012.

Published in Conferences
Thursday, 16 June 2011 15:31

VAKKI Symposium 2012



“Languages in Motion”

10–11 February 2012

University of Vaasa, Finland

Published in Conferences
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