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Mon Feb 15 2010

FYI: Bilingualism Translation & Interpretation Workshop

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        1.    Diana Carter, Bilingualism Translation & Interpretation Workshop

Message 1: Bilingualism Translation & Interpretation Workshop
Date: 15-Feb-2010
From: Diana Carter <diana.carterbangor.ac.uk>
Subject: Bilingualism Translation & Interpretation Workshop
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We are delighted to announce our workshop 'Bilingualism, Translation and
Interpretation', organised as part of the AHRC workshop series 'One Brain,
Two Languages: Bridging Neuroscience and Linguistics'. It is a
multidisciplinary workshop aimed at making the latest research on
neuroscience and linguistics available to practising translators and
interpreters. The workshop will take place in Bangor, UK on the 23rd and
24th of April, 2010. You can view the website here:


If you are interested in attending, please send us a brief CV highlighting
your work experience, education and interest on the theme of the workshop.
CVs should be submitted by Monday 22 February by email attachment in
MS-Word or PDF to 1brain2languagesgooglemail.com. We welcome applications
from translators, interpreters, and translation and interpreting trainers.

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics; Translation

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