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LINGUIST List 19.3086

Sat Oct 11 2008

Confs: Translation, English Language/Germany

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        1.    Vanessa Hildner, MuTra Advanced Training & PhD School


Message 1: MuTra Advanced Training & PhD School
Date: 08-Oct-2008
From: Vanessa Hildner <v.hildnermx.uni-saarland.de>
Subject: MuTra Advanced Training & PhD School
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MuTra Advanced Training & PhD School
Short Title: MuTra PhD

Date: 05-Dec-2008 - 07-Dec-2008
Location: Munich, Germany
Contact: Prof. Dr. Heidrun Gerzymisch-Arbogast
Contact Email: h.gerzymischmx.uni-saarland.de
Meeting URL: http://www.translationconcepts.org/mutraphd.htm

Linguistic Field(s): Translation

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Meeting Description:

MuTra Advanced Training and International PhD School

MuTra Advanced Training & International PhD School is a follow-up to the Marie
Curie Multidimensional Translation Euroconferences and European PhD Schools at
Vienna, Copenhagen and Saarbrücken (2005-2007), Aarhus, Prague (2002-2004) and
Saarbrücken (1999-2001). It offers advanced, flexible Translation & Interpreting
training of the highest academic quality toT & I professionals and researchers
in Subtitling, Audiodescription as well as PhD preparation and management
through: - six intensive weekend seminars + one assessment seminar offering
lectures, exercises, interactive sessions and individual counselling spread out
over a 12 to 14 month period - a focus on interrelating practical issues,
theoretical foundations and research skills - instruction in English by
experienced professionals and researchers at training sites in Saarbrücken,
Heidelberg, Berlin, Munich and Fosano/Switzerland - tailor-made scheduling as
individual weekend seminars or complete PhD package to get early-stage and more
experienced researchers ready for a successful career in international academia
or other organizational contexts.

'Audio Description'
5-7 December 2008
Bayerischer Rundfunk (Bavarian Broadcasting),
Munich, Germany
http://www.translationconcepts.org/munchen_prog.htm

Registration under:
http://www.translationconcepts.org/pdf/registration_form.pdf

Introduction:
Werner Reuss
http://www.grimme-institut.de/html/index.php?id=209

Lectures and Workshops:
Bernd Benecke - Audio Description - A Hands-on Approach
(Bavarian Broadcasting, Munich)
http://www.bernd-benecke.de/index.html

Daniel Gile - Empirical Research Methodologies in TS
(Université Paris III, École supérieure d'Interprètes et de Traducteurs)
http://cirinandgile.com/

Gyde Hansen - Audio Description- a 'Scientific' Approach? The LAP vs. ERP
controversy
(Copenhagen Business School, Department of International Language Studies)
http://uk.cbs.dk/forskning_viden/institutter_centre/institutter/isv/menu/medarbejdere/menu/videnskabelige/videnskabelige/professorer/gyde_hansen

Pilar Orero - Audio Description - Developing the Pear Tree Project
(Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona)
http://uab.academia.edu/PilarOrero

Ernst-August Gutt - Relevance and Translation: The Value of a Good Theoretical
Foundation for Translation
(SIL International)
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/ernst-august.gutt/
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