Translation and Disruption: Global and local perspectives

2017 Portsmouth Translation Conference Saturday 4 November 2017, University of Portsmouth Confirmed Keynote speaker:  Prof. Dorothy Kenny, Dublin City University. Since Clayton Christensen expounded in his seminal book Innovator’s Dilemma how a small-scale but innovative digital technology can overthrow large established businesses overnight, the idea of digital disruption has been causing both excitement and concern in businesses worldwide, from financial […]

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Higher Education Scholarship Palestine (HESPAL)

HESPAL is a British Council managed scheme, which offers scholarships to young Palestinian lecturers from universities in the West Bank and Gaza enabling them to study in the UK. HESPAL aims to help create the next generation of senior academics who can maintain international quality standards at Palestinian universities and develop renewed, sustainable links between Palestinian and UK universities. University of […]

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Samah Selim in Testimony between History and Memory

An interview with Samah Selim, ‘Translation, Testimony, Activism’, has appeared in the dossier on Translating Testimony in the October 2016 issue of the international journal of the Auschwitz Foundation, Testimony between History and Memory (issue No. 123), pages 143-150. The interview was conducted by Tom Toremans of KU Leuven and can be downloaded by clicking on the link below. Selim_interview History and Testimony The dossier also […]

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Omar Robert Hamilton in Testimony between History and Memory

A reprint of Omar Robert Hamilton’s article in Translating Dissent, ‘Moments of Clarity’, has appeared in the dossier on Translating Testimony in the October 2016 issue of the international journal of the Auschwitz Foundation, Testimony between History and Memory (issue No. 123). Hamilton in Testimony and Memory The dossier also features a French version of the article (‘Des moments de lucidité’), translated by Carine Chauran. Hamilton […]

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Research Methods in Translation & Interpreting Studies

Reminder: deadline approaching! Course II: Specific Research and Scientific Communication Skills University of Geneva Following the success of our introductory course on research methods in Translation and Interpreting Studies, “Foundations and Data Analysis”, we are delighted to announce the launch of Course II: “Specific Research and Scientific Communication Skills”. Our online courses offer a unique opportunity for doctoral or pre-doctoral […]

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The Egyptian Military in Popular Culture: Context and Critique

Dalia Mostafa, Palsgrave Macmillan, 2017 ebook £52.99, ISBN 978-1-137-59372-6 Hardcover £66.99, ISBN 978-1-137-59371-9 This book examines a key question through the lens of popular culture: Why did the Egyptian people opt to elect in June 2014 a new president (Abdel Fattah al-Sisi), who hails from the military establishment, after toppling a previous military dictator (Hosni Mubarak) with the breakout of the […]

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IATIS 6th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, 2018

Hong Kong Baptist University 3-6 July, 2018 The International Association for Translation and Intercultural Studies (IATIS) is delighted to announce that its 6th conference will take place from 3-6 July, 2018 at Hong Kong Baptist University. The 6th IATIS conference theme is “Translation and Cultural Mobility”, and contributions are welcomed in the form of panel sessions, individual papers, workshops and poster […]

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Press Release on MLA Delegate Assembly Vote

JANUARY 10, 2017 ~ MLABOYCOTT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 9, 2017 Media Contact: David Lloyd | dclloyd@ucr.edu In Keeping with Conservative History,  MLA Votes Down Resolution to Boycott Israeli Institutions At the annual convention of the Delegate Assembly of the Modern Language Association [MLA], a resolution to endorse the Palestinian call for a boycott of Israeli academic institutions for their involvement in violations of international law was voted […]

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‘Progressive’ Defenders of the Racial State: Reflections on the Modern Language Association BDS vote

David Lloyd, Mondoweiss, January 9, 2017 The news is in: on Saturday, a resolution to endorse the Palestinian call for a boycott of Israeli academic institutions was rejected by the Delegate Assembly of the Modern Language Association, the largest and most traditional humanities association in the United States.  An opposing resolution that directs the MLA not to endorse a boycott of Israeli universities […]

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Life after the Squares: Reflections on the consequences of the Occupy movements

Social Movement Studies  Volume 16, 2017 – Issue 1: Special Issue: Resisting Austerity: Collective Action in Europe in the Wake of the Global Financial Crisis Editors: Cristina Flesher Fominaya & Graeme Hayes This section: Edited by Amador Fernández-Savater, Cristina Flesher Fominaya, With contributions by Luhuna Carvalho, Çiğdem, Hoda Elsadda, Wiam El-Tamami, Patricia Horrillo, Silvia Nanclares & Stavros Stavrides Pages 119-151  Abstract This is a roundtable with reflections on Tahrir Square, Egypt; […]

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