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1. Sergiy Sydorenko ,
General and Specialist Translation/Interpretation: Theory, Methods, Practice
Message 1: General and Specialist Translation/Interpretation: Theory, Methods, Practice
From: Sergiy Sydorenko <conferencekievi.ua>
Subject: General and Specialist Translation/Interpretation: Theory, Methods, Practice
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Full Title: General and Specialist Translation/Interpretation: Theory, Methods, Practice
Date: 06-Apr-2012 - 06-Apr-2012
Location: Kyiv, Ukraine
Contact Person: Sergiy Sydorenko
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Translation
Call Deadline: 10-Feb-2012
Department of English Philology and Translation of the National Aviation University (Kyiv, Ukraine) announces the 5th International Conference 'General and Specialist Translation/Interpretation: Theory, Methods, Practice' to be held at the National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine. Speakers will be invited to present their talks at the conference in Kyiv on April 6, 2012 and to have their papers published in the Conference Proceedings.
Several sessions will be organized around the following broad topic areas of the conference sections:
Specialist translation/interpretation: topical issues and prospects
Terminology in translation/interpretation perspective
Sociocultural and pragmatic aspects of translation/interpretation
Lexical, grammatical and stylistic aspects of translation/interpretation
Translation tradition and translation theory
Professional training of translators/interpreters
Conference languages are English, Russian and Ukrainian.
Organizing Committee Address:
National Aviation University
1 Prospekt Komarova, Building 8, Office 1403
+38 044 406 6836 (office)
+38 067 704 4880 (mob.)
Call for Papers:
Academics, researchers, graduate students, translators/interpreters wishing to participate are requested to send to the conference email address on or before the 10 February 2012 deadline:
- The Participant Proposal Form
- The paper
Requirements to the Papers:
Format: MS Word, Times New Roman; length: 5-6 pages in a 14-point font; line spacing: 1.5; margins: 2 cm; pages should not be numbered.
References in the text should be made in square brackets, first the number of the title in the List of References at the end of the paper, then the number of the page to which the reference is made, e.g. [6: 35]. In the List of References the titles should be given in the order they appear in the text. To qualify, papers must not have been previously presented at conferences, published, or be committed to forthcoming publication.
Failure to comply with these requirements may result in the paper being turned down by the Conference organizers. The authors are solely responsible for the content of their papers.
The organizers advise the authors to check with the organizing committee by email to make sure that their papers have been received and accepted for publication.
Participant Proposal Form:
Place of employment (full name of the university, company, institution, department etc.)
Mailing address where the invitation should be sent (optional)
Name of the session where the speaker wishes to present
Participation options (Please specify if you plan to attend the conference in person)
Authors accepted for participation will be personally notified and invited by email in February-March 2012.
Email for papers, Participant Proposal Forms, enquiries and other correspondence:
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