1967Re: [itit] Doctoral Studies
- Nov 3, 2008Yves Gambier a écrit :
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> DOCTORAL PROGRAMMES IN TRANSLATION STUDIES:
> VIRTUAL FORUM, NOVEMBER 3-14, 2008.
> Where will future translation scholars be educated? What are TS
> like? What is their position within their respective higher education
> institutions and systems? Many issues can be raised when dealing with
> Doctoral studies in translation. In fact, the future of our discipline
> depends on the training of qualified teachers and researchers. More
> than ever are being trained as translators and interpreters, but more
> research is also needed to promote translation and interpreting. How
> can we
> look at the future if we do not have relevant doctoral programmes?
> We invite you to participate in the virtual Forum on doctoral
> programmes in
> Translation Studies, starting today (Monday 3).
> Four speakers have been invited to give short position papers. Please
> go to
> <http://isg.urv.es/publicity/ts_doc/videos.html> to listen their
> We are very grateful for their commitment and would like to thank Susan
> Bassnett (Warwick, UK), Helle Dam (Aarhus, Denmark), Françoise
> Massardier-Kenney (Kent State University, USA) and Anthony Pym
> The Forum is an opportunity to share ideas, problems, suggestions, to
> understand differences and similarities among programmes, their
> and objectives, and to discuss possible strategies for cooperation.
> Issues such as conditions and procedures for admission, selection
> processes, theoretical courses, compulsory and specific seminars,
> supervision, assessment, language requirements, time-limit for completion
> of the thesis, joint degrees, publications, and employment prospects are
> some of the items we can discuss.
> The Forum is closely linked to the conference hosted by the Centre of
> TS of
> the University of Vienna (December 5-6, 2008):
> www.univie.ac.at/transvienna/TS_Doc . Results from the virtual debate
> feed the two days in Vienna.
> The Forum is open to all, but current, past and prospective students
> in TS
> graduate programmes are warmly invited to contribute.
> Thank you in advance for your active participation!
> The TS Doc Working Group
> Yves Gambier (Turku, Finland), Reine Maylaerts (Leuven, Belgium),
> Christiane Nord (Heidelberg, Germany), Nike Pokorn (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
> and Ubaldo Stecconi (European Commission, Brussels)
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