Category Archives: Conferences

CFP: Profesionalizar la tradducion literaria en el siglo XXI

Call for Papers: Profesionalizar la traducción literaria en el siglo XXI  Mexico, Oct. 14-16 Se convoca a traductores, profesores, investigadores y estudiantes en el campo de la traducción literaria a participar en la vigésimo cuarta edición del EITL, que tendrá lugar … Continue reading

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CFP: Translation Studies – The Heart of the Matter

Words of the World: The 2nd Graduate Conference in Translation Studies TRANSLATION STUDIES: THE HEART OF THE MATTER University of Ottawa, School of Translation and Interpretation November 13-14, 2015 Confirmed Key​n​ote Speaker: Lawrence Venuti, Temple University Please see the Call for … Continue reading

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CFP: Confluence – Translation in the Capital Area

Download the Confluence call for proposals PDF. WHEN: Sept. 25-26, 2015 WHERE: Montgomery College, Maryland, Takoma Park campus WHAT: Confluence: Translation in the Capital Area is a celebration of International Translation Day bringing together translators and others interested in the field of … Continue reading

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CFP: Rhetoric and Translation

http://poroi.grad.uiowa.edu/content/poroi-journal-call-for-papers-0 Rhetorical theorists since Aristotle have known that rhetoric is a temporally and spatially situated form of communication that forges (or fails to forge) a bond between a speaker and an audience through the use of commonplaces (topoi): canned formulas … Continue reading

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International Conference: Transfiction 3 The Fictions of Translation

International Conference: Transfiction 3 The Fictions of Translation May 27-29, 2015 Concordia University, in Montreal, Canada Conference Theme This conference is a follow-up to the first Transfiction conference on “Fictional Translators” (Vienna 2011) and its sequel, Beyond Transfiction, on “Translators … Continue reading

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