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LINGUIST List 21.2720

Fri Jun 25 2010

Calls: Translation/Austria

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        1.    Alena Petrova, TRANSLATA 2011

Message 1: TRANSLATA 2011
Date: 23-Jun-2010
From: Alena Petrova <Alena.Petrovauibk.ac.at>
Subject: TRANSLATA 2011
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Full Title: TRANSLATA 2011

Date: 12-May-2011 - 14-May-2011
Location: Innsbruck, Austria
Contact Person: Alena Petrova
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.translata.info

Linguistic Field(s): Translation

Call Deadline: 15-Oct-2010

Meeting Description:

The Institutes and Departments for Translation and Interpreting, established
in Europe after World War II, are celebrating their fiftieth and sixtieth-year
jubilees and the new academic discipline of translation studies is already half
a century old. This is a good occasion and a good reason to take stock of the
development and the state of art of translation studies.

After the successful 10-year long tradition of the 'International Innsbruck
Lectures on Translation Studies' and the International Summer Schools
'SummerTrans', held in Innsbruck, Saarbrücken and Vienna the 1st
TRANSLATA International Conference aims to have a new impact on
fundamental translation and interpreting research whilst offering a forum for
broad exchange between researchers, teachers and practitioners. On the
basis of recent and new research results as well as lively discussion between
established researchers and newcomers to the discipline, the conference
hopes to provide new insights into the different kinds of translation and
interpreting activities, at the same time gaining ground on the way to
scientifically-based quality standards in translation and interpreting.

Call for Papers

1st International Conference on Translation and Interpreting Studies
TRANSLATA 2011
'Translation & Interpreting Research: Yesterday - Today - Tomorrow'
Innsbruck, 12th - 14th May 2011

The 1st International Conference TRANSLATA 'Translation & Interpreting
Research: Yesterday - Today - Tomorrow', which will be held at the Institute
for Translation Studies at the Leopold Franzens University of Innsbruck
(Tyrol, Austria), aims to bring together experienced and young scholars of
translation and interpreting studies as well as trainers and practitioners to
explore and discuss the following issues:

1. Translation Studies: development - problems - solutions - open questions
2. Basic issues of traditional translation research and new questions
3. New approaches, paradigms and theories
4. The subject of Translation Studies
5. Multi-/interdisciplinarity in Translation Studies
6. Scientific methodology in Translation Studies
7. Changes in the global world and challenges for translation theory and
translation practice
8. General translation theory versus specific theories for literary translation,
specialised translation, audiovisual translation, interpreting
9. Process and result of literary translation, specialised translation,
audiovisual translation, interpreting
10. Semantic theories and meaning in translation and interpreting
11. The linguistic, cognitive, communicative, cultural, technological
dimensions of translation and interpreting
12. Relevance and application of translation theory for quality standards and
quality assurance in different kinds of translation
13. Multilingualism, especially in the education of translators.

The Working Language of the conference will be German, but papers are
welcome in German, English, French, Italian, Russian and Spanish. The
papers of the conference will be published - as with the International
Innsbruck Lectures on Translation Studies - in the series 'Forum
Translationswissenschaft'.

Participation is open to scholars, students and teachers in the field of
translation studies, translators, translation companies, interpreters, linguists,
terminologists, publishers etc.

Abstracts:

We are inviting proposals which deal with one or more of the issues identified
above. Papers are allotted 20 minutes for presentation followed by 10
minutes discussion.

Please submit your abstract stating the title of the paper, name(s) and
affiliation(s), complete postal address and e-mail address of the author(s) by
using the registration system of the TRANSLATA-website: www.translata.info
or the contact: mailtranslata.info.

Deadlines:

Submission deadline for abstract (400 words max.): 15th October 2010
Notification for abstract acceptance: 15th November 2010

Registration fees: 80 Euro
Early bird registration fee (deadline 31st December 2010): 60 Euro
Student concession: 40 Euro

Fee includes: programme, abstract book; coffee, tea, juice and biscuits;
publication of paper in the conference proceedings.

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Pöckl & Univ.-Prof. Dr. Lew Zybatow



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