LINGUIST List 32.3154

Wed Oct 06 2021

Calls: Applied Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Translation/Canada

Editor for this issue: Everett Green <everettlinguistlist.org>



Date: 05-Oct-2021
From: Chantal Gagnon <act.cats.2022gmail.com>
Subject: Translation and Journalism / 34th Conference of the Canadian Association for Translation Studies
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Full Title: Translation and Journalism / 34th Conference of the Canadian Association for Translation Studies
Short Title: CATS

Date: 16-May-2022 - 18-May-2022
Location: TBA, Canada
Contact Person: Chantal Gagnon
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://act-cats.ca/congress/call-for-papers/

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; Pragmatics; Translation

Call Deadline: 08-Oct-2021

Meeting Description:

Translation and Journalism
Guest speaker: Roberto A. ValdeĆ³n, Universidad de Oviedo

A relatively new sub-domain in Translation Studies, journalistic translation has been gaining attention over the past fifteen years. Researchers have begun to examine the role, use, effects, and status of translation as it relates to information production in the era of market globalization.

Journalistic writing often incorporates translation, although journalists rarely recognize translation as a completely separate, specialized skill. And yet translation is everywhere. When it is understood as the tripartite activity described by Roman Jakobson (1959: 233), the potential areas of investigation encompass a wide range of intralingual, interlingual and intersemiotic phenomena.

Translation studies has developed the tools to study news selection and framing, cultural contextualization, representational strategies, and ideological manipulation, including the modes of message mediation that are at the heart of journalism. It is time to recognize that research on translation in journalism and journalism in translation has advanced and will continue to do so. Journalism is here understood to include all of its traditional genres and formats, as well as the current practices of news media in the era of multiplatform and fragmented news consumption.

Call for Papers:

Deadline Extension!

Translation and journalism will be examined from different angles. Read all about it here: http://act-cats.ca/congress/call-for-papers/

Send your proposal and email it to: act.cats.2022gmail.com.




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