CULTUS 15: Narrativity in Translation

CALL for PAPERS      CULTUS 15: Narrativity in Translation   Abstracts should be sent to: submission@cultusjournal.com  by February 28th 2022   Notification of Acceptance: March 6th  2022 Deadline for full papers: June 1st 2022 Publication: December 2022   Since Baker’s pioneering publication, Translation and Conflict: Narrative Account (2006), there has been a growing interest in the use of social narrative

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HTN Conference 2022

  The inaugural conference of the   History and Translation: Multidisciplinary Perspectives 25-28 May 2022 University of Tallinn   KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Hilary Footitt (University of Reading) Hephzibah Israel (University of Edinburgh) Ronnie Hsia (Pennsylvania State University)                                IMPORTANT DATES Preliminary panel proposal: 31 August 2021 Acceptance

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Translaboration in Analogue and Digital Practice: Labour, Power, Ethics

Edited by Cornelia Zwischenberger (University of Vienna, Austria) and Alexa Alfer (University of Westminster, UK), contracted with Frank & Timme, Berlin Translaboration, as an essentially ‘blended concept” (Fauconnier & Turner 2002), responds to the confluence of ‘translation’ and ‘collaboration’ that is increasingly widespread not only in Translation Studies but also in a range of neighbouring disciplines. Translaboration’s central aim is

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The Complexity of Social-Cultural Emergence

Biosemiotics, Semiotics and Translation Studies   Call for Abstracts Organizers: Kobus Marais, University of the Free State Reine Meylaerts, KU Leuven Maud Gonne, UNamur/ UCLouvain Since the emergence of complexity thinking, scholars from the natural and social sciences as well as the humanities are renewing efforts to construct a unified framework that would unite all scholarly activity. The work of

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CULTUS 14: Translation Plus: The added value of the translator

CULTUS 14: Translation plus The added value of the translator Call for abstracts: May 30th, 2020 Notification of acceptance: June 20th, 2020 Call for papers: October 30th, 2020   Translators, when not getting any press tend to get bad press, and the translation profession itself appears to be suffering an existential crisis (low play, status and uncertain future). However, this is

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CULTUS 13 CFP: Mediating Narratives of Migration

Guest editors   Raffaela Merlini (University of Macerata, Italy) Christina Schäffner (Professor Emerita, Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom)   Call for abstracts: 16 December, 2019   Notification of acceptance: 23 December 2019   Call for papers: 16 March, 2020 Contributions must be sent to: submission2020@cultusjournal.com Our contemporary world is characterised by mobility and migration. People are on the move for

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Cfp: Translation and LGBT+/Queer activism

Guest Editors: Michela Baldo (University of Hull) Jonathan Evans (University of Portsmouth) Ting Guo (University of Exeter) Special issue of Translation and Interpreting Studies The Journal of the American Translation and Interpreting Studies Association   This special issue will focus on the role that translation plays in global LGBT+/Queer activism. It will analyze the practices of translation as part of

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Translaboration: Exploring Collaboration in Translation and Translation in Collaboration

Special Issue of Target Edited by Alexa Alfer and Cornelia Zwischenberger In recent years, ‘translation’ has become an increasingly widely used metaphor within and across disciplines to describe, broadly, the processes by which knowledge is generated, shared and applied. At the same time, ‘collaboration’ has emerged as a buzzword in translation circles. Discussions of the latter frequently centre on recent

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Translation and/in Periodical Publications

Special Issue of Translation and Interpreting Studies (TIS) Call for Papers Guest Editor María Constanza Guzmán, Glendon College, York University Periodicals, including magazines, newspapers, and journals, are important sites of translation. As vectors of intellectual exchanges, they are privileged spaces for the circulation of ideas. They are thus key cultural artifacts of the historical archive. Periodical publications have traditionally been considered

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