Conference Alerts

  • Mon
    30
    Jun
    2025
    Thu
    03
    Jul
    2025
    Leeds, England

    In this Congress we aim to take stock of these different faces and discourses by sharing different needs and expectations, contrasting conceptual understandings of what translation and interpreting are, and reflecting on potential roles and opportunities for collaboration. The Congress will offer a fruitful forum for dialogue and collaboration between academics from different areas as well as stakeholders from across the industry.

    Deadline for abstract submission: 26 July 2024

    Site: https://ahc.leeds.ac.uk/languages/events/event/2764/11th-est-congress-the-changing-faces-of-translation-and-interpreting-studies

  • Wed
    28
    May
    2025
    Fri
    30
    May
    2025
    Hong Kong, China

    Media for All is a research conference series focused on media localisation and accessibility. Since 2005, the conference has been a focal point for academics to present cutting-edge research and build pathways for knowledge exchange with the many stakeholders in the media industries. Outcomes from previous conferences have informed numerous developments in translation and language technologies, media accessibility and inclusive social development around the globe, impacting how media cross linguistic, cultural and societal borders. For the first time, the Media for All conference in 2025 will travel to Southeast Asia and will be held in Hong Kong.

    Submission deadline: September 4, 2024.

    Site: https://www.m4all11.org/

  • Mon
    17
    Mar
    2025
    Tue
    18
    Mar
    2025
    Kraków, Poland

    It is with a great pleasure that we would like to announce that the 4th CTER Congress will be held on 17-18 March 2025 in Kraków, Poland. Please save the date in your calendar. More details will be announced in due course.

  • Thu
    30
    Jan
    2025
    Sat
    01
    Feb
    2025
    Germersheim, Germany

    The conference addresses the question of how translation participates in the construction and undoing of differences in the social world and how it sorts people into categories. Which categories become relevant in which situation and field (politics, science, law, religion, art etc.)? And how do they interact? Moreover: which categories and distinctions are inscribed in concepts and theories of translation? Which ‘centrisms’ (e.g. eurocentrism, anthropocentrism) or ‘biases’ can be identified?

    Submission deadline: June 30, 2024.

    Site: https://indico.zdv.uni-mainz.de/event/9/abstracts/