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Wed Feb 23 2011

Calls: Translation/Lithuania

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        1.     Nijole Maskaliuniene , Translation is the Language of Europe

Message 1: Translation is the Language of Europe
Date: 08-Feb-2011
From: Nijole Maskaliuniene <nijole.maskaliunieneflf.vu.lt>
Subject: Translation is the Language of Europe
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Full Title: Translation is the Language of Europe

Date: 06-Oct-2011 - 07-Oct-2011
Location: Vilnius, Lithuania
Contact Person: Nijole Maskaliuniene
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.vsk.flf.vu.lt

Linguistic Field(s): Translation

Call Deadline: 31-May-2011

Meeting Description:

The 3rd international conference on Translation and Interpretation Studies.

The Department of Translation and Interpretation Studies of the Faculty of Philology at Vilnius University, Lithuania, is pleased to be hosting the third international conference on translation and interpretation studies, 'Translation is the Language of Europe' (Umberto Eco), on 6–7 October 2011. For the past fifteen years, the Department has been the leading research centre in the field of translation and interpretation studies in Lithuania. The two previous conferences held in 2003 and in 2007 enjoyed a great success and stimulated research in this relatively new field of study.

Call for Papers:

The organizing committee intends to continue this tradition and invites papers that discuss any aspect of translation and interpretation to be presented at this conference.

The topics include:

History and theory of translation, Literary translation, SLP translation, Audiovisual translation, Interpretation, Translation technologies, Didactics of Translation Studies, Terminology, Bilingual communication

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