The Institute of Applied Linguistics of the University of Warsaw kindly invites you to participate in the 7th conference in the Imago mundi series, under the title of Teaches, entertains, dumbfounds, frightens … The roles of the translator and translation in the modern world, which will be held on 25th-26th June 2020 in Warsaw. The conference themes will cover, among others: contemporary roles and position of translation and the translator – his ecosystem, working conditions, identity and self-awareness; changes in translation strategies and techniques forced…
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We kindly invite you to the eleventh conference in the series Language in the Third Millennium. The conferences so far (2000-2018) have been held in Polish only. This time, however, the conference will be international, with presentations delivered in both English and Polish. The event will be held on 25-27 March in Krakow, Poland (Wednesday-Friday). For more details, please access the conference website at: https://tertium.edu.pl/en/conferences/language-in-the-third-millenium-eleven-.html
In commemoration of International Translation Day, on 30th September 2019, the Consortium for Translation Education Research (CTER) and the Chair for Translation Studies and Intercultural Communication organised the symposium and round-table discussion on “The Identity of the Translator – the Identity of Translation Studies”. The symposium was held in Jagiellonian University’s Collegium Paderevianum, located at al. Mickiewicza 9a in Kraków, Poland and was an opportunity to discuss the status of Translation Studies in the European and Polish academic context.
PACTE Group is organising two events on the subject of the didactics of translation to be held at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona in July 2020: FIFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RESEARCH INTO THE DIDACTICS OF TRANSLATION (8-10 July 2020) 2. FOURTH SPECIALIST SEMINAR ON THE DIDACTICS OF TRANSLATION (7 July 2020) For more information on both events please visit: http://grupsderecerca.uab.cat/pacte/en/circular1en
With a great pleasure, we would like to announce that Professor Maria Piotrowska has been re-elected as CTER President! Congratulations! CTER President Election 2019 Committee
On behalf of the organisers, we invite you to the Teaching Translation and Interpreting (TTI 6) conference, which will be held in Łódź on 13th-14th September 2019. For details, please consult the conference website.
We are pleased to inform that the 2nd CTER Congress, organised by the Consortium for Translation Education Research, will be held on 14th-15th March 2019 in Krakow, Poland. We are sorry to have modified the original date, yet we had to do so due to organisational reasons. The lead theme of the conference is Complexity and Dispersion in Translation Pedagogy. For more details visit the conference website.
On behalf of the organisers, we would like to kindly invite you to participate in the conference entitled Translation and Performative Practices: Itineraries in Translation History. The 4th conference of the Itineraries in Translation History series will focus on the elusive translation and interpreting practices related to texts that are in constant change and movement from a historical perspective and will be held on 13th-15th December, 2018 in Tartu, Estonia. For more information, visit the conference website at: https://www.maailmakeeled.ut.ee/en/itineraries-in-translation-history-IV.
The second international summer school on Translation History in Vienna will be held on 12-19th September, 2018 in Vienna. The event will be organised by the Centre for Translation Studies at the University of Vienna. Invited speakers include: Dilek Dizdar (University of Mainz/ Germersheim) Carsten Sinner (University of Leipzig) Michaela Wolf (University of Graz) Christopher Rundle (University of Bologna) For more information please visit: https://summerschool-translation-history.univie.ac.at