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Sun Jul 27 2003

Confs: Translations/Semantics/Poland

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Message 1: Lodz Session

Date: 27 Jul 2003 20:51:25 -0000
From: m.m.g.j.thelen <m.m.g.j.thelenhszuyd.nl>
Subject: Lodz Session

4th International Maastricht-Lodz Duo Colloquium on ''Translation and
Meaning''
Short Title: Lodz Session
	
Date: 23-Sep-2005 - 25-Sep-2005
Location: Lodz, Poland
Contact: Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk
Contact Email: duoduokrysia.uni.lodz.pl 
Meeting URL: http://www.hszuyd.msti.translation-and-meaning.nedweb.com
	
Linguistic Sub-field: Translation, Semantics

Subject Language: German, Standard, French, English
	
Meeting Description:
	
The 4th International Maastricht-Lodz Duo Colloquium consists of two
parts in one and the same year (2005), viz. the Maastricht Session in
Maastricht (The Netherlands) and the Lodz Session in Lodz
(Poland). For more information about the Maastricht Session, see
there.
	
The overall aim of the International Maastricht-L�dz Duo
Colloquiums is to provide an international forum for discussion
between translation/interpreting theorists and practitioners on issues
of meaning in translation and interpreting. The Maastricht Session is
geared towards practice, the Lodz Session towards theory.
	
Participation is open to translators/translation companies,
interpreters, teachers of translation/interpreting, linguists,
terminologists, terminographers, computer specialists, lexicographers,
publishers, etc. Participation in both sessions is welcomed. For both
sessions the number of participants is limited.
	
For more information, please visit:
http://www.hszuyd.msti.translation-and-meaning.nedweb.com
	
	
	
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