Category Archives: Call for Papers

CFP- Special Issue: Literary Multilingualism Studies: The Future of the Field

Full name / Name of organisation: Journal of Literary Multilingualism Deadline for submissions: April 15, 2022 Contact email: j.taylor-batty@leedstrinity.ac.uk Literary multilingualism studies is a relatively new but burgeoning area of research. With the impact of translation studies, the ‘transnational turn’ within literary studies, and the growing relevance of the ‘postmonolingual condition’ in the contemporary world, multilingual and translingual… Read More »

Cfp: Museums as Spaces of Cultural Translation and Transfer

International Conference University of Tartu, Estonia10-11 May 2022 Over the past decades, Translation Studies scholars have systematically broadened the horizon of translation, moving beyond the textual and linguistic level to consider different forms of cultural transfer that entail processes of remediation. Museums, as places of encounter, transfer and learning, have thus been conceptualized as translational… Read More »

Cfp: Translation and Resistance

One-day conference, May 20 2022Laboratoire Cultures Anglo-Saxonnes, Université Toulouse Jean-Jaurès The practice of translation lends itself to a continued conversation around the notion of resistance, on a number of levels. Whether it be in terms of the text chosen for translation or the strategy deployed by the person translating it, or indeed the conditions in… Read More »

Cfp: VII International Seminar On Translation

VII INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON TRANSLATION (Barcelona, 29th-30th November 2021) THE UNCHARTED LETTER: TRANSLATION AND RECEPTION OF EARLY MODERN EUROPEAN WOMEN WRITERS ERC Project WINK, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona Departament de Traducció i Ciències del Llenguatge, Universitat Pompeu Fabra DiCAM, Università di Messina CALL FOR PAPERS Deadline: July 15th 2021 The practice of literary translation has… Read More »

Cfp: Who’s Afraid Of Translator Studies? The Human Translator in Focus

A conference for postgraduate, doctoral and early-career researchers Where? : Trinity Centre for Literary and Cultural Translation, University of Dublin When?: May 12-13, 2022 Call for Papers While Translation Studies continues to evolve, entering into dialogue with diverse disciplines and following multifarious directions, translators still represent the underlying and essential agency that makes such evolution… Read More »

Call for Papers: Translation and the Formation of Collectivities

Special Issue of ‘Translation in Society’ 2:1 Guest editors: Dilek Dizdar, dizdar@uni-mainz.de Tomasz Rozmysłowicz, tomasz.rozmyslowicz@univie.ac.at The social world is not only a precondition for but itself a product of translation processes, as research into the role of translation in the construction of national or ethnic communities has shown (for example Brisset 1996; Cronin 1996; Venuti… Read More »

Cfp: The Conceptualisation of Translation in Translation Studies: Past, Present and Future

Translation Studies Special Issue Editor(s) Sergey Tyulenev, Durham Universitysergey.tyulenev@durham.ac.uk Binghan Zheng, Durham Universitybinghan.zheng@durham.ac.uk Kobus Marais, University of the Free Statejmarais@ufs.ac.za So far, the predominant tendency in Translation Studies (TS) has been to prioritise, implicitly or explicitly, (inter)lingual types of translation and interpreting. Having said that, there have also been various attempts to go beyond such a narrow conceptualisation.… Read More »

Southeast Asian Literatures and the Anthropocene

Call for Papers: 4th ASLE-ASEAN Ecocritical Workshop-August 23-24, 2021 Organized by the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment –Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASLE-ASEAN) and the Department of English, Faculty of Modern Languages & Communication, Universiti Putra Malaysia Deadline: 25th June 2021Contact: Dr Agnes Yeow and Dr Florence TohEmail: asleaseanabstracts@gmail.com In his seminal… Read More »

CFP: Centering Black Cultural Production in Translation

As recent debates around the translation of Amanda Gorman’s inauguration poem demonstrate, public discourse generally lacks a sophisticated means for discussing the circulation of Black-authored texts or the position of Black translators within the world literary system. Even within translation studies as a discipline, the topic of Black-authored and -translated texts has been marginalized. This… Read More »

Call for Papers: 56th Linguistics Colloquium

International conference comprising all fields of linguistics For the first time the event taking place as a free online event Special theme: Translation, Multilinguality and  Cognition  Submission of abstracts: October 12, 2020 Submission of full papers: February 28                                                      Keynote speakers Philipp Koehn, Johns Hopkins University, USA Jan Hajič, Charles University, Czech Republic Christopher… Read More »