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  • Anthony Pym
    Jun 15, 2000
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      (With apologies for duplication)
      Please note that the submission deadline for

      CULT 2K
      The Second International Conference on
      Corpus Use and Learning to Translate
      has been extended to
      22 June 2000
      Notification of acceptance: July 15. Registration deadline: July 30.

      For further details, please refer to the call for papers below.
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      CULT 2000
      CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALL FOR PAPERS
      Second International Conference on
      CORPUS USE AND LEARNING TO TRANSLATE
      Bertinoro, Italy
      Friday 3 November and Saturday 4 November 2000

      AIMS AND TOPICS

      CULT 2000 follows up the 2-day International Workshop organized by the
      School for Interpreters and Translators of Bologna University in Forlì in
      November 1997 (http://www.sslmit.unibo.it/cult.htm). The aim of the
      Conference is to bring together practitioners and theorists sharing an
      interest in the design and use of corpora in translation-related areas,
      with special reference to translator and interpreter training.
      Contributions in the form of papers, demonstrations and posters are sought
      on the following topics:
      - Translation/Interpreting-specific issues relating to the design,
      development and use(s) of corpora
      - Integrating corpus work into courses for translators/interpreters
      - Corpus-based language learning/teaching for translators/interpreters
      - Implications of corpus use with respect to theories of
      translation/interpreting
      - The respective roles of corpora, conventional reference tools, and other
      computational translation aids
      - The World Wide Web as a resource for translation/interpreting
      - Corpora and terminology
      - Corpus-based descriptive translation studies in the classroom

      KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
      Kirsten Malmkjær (Middlesex University)
      Tony McEnery (Lancaster University)

      VENUE
      Bertinoro is a beautiful little town on the Romagna hills, renowned for its
      warm hospitality and its good wine. The University Conference Centre is set
      in a recently renovated medieval fortress dominating the town. The view
      stretches from the mountains of Tuscany to the Adriatic sea. You can have a
      look for yourself at: http://www.spbo.unibo.it/bertinoro/eindice.html
      SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
      Guy Aston (University of Bologna)
      Mona Baker (UMIST - Manchester)
      Lynne Bowker (University of Ottawa)
      Jennifer Pearson (Dublin City University)
      Stig Johansson (University of Oslo)
      Krista Varantola (University of Tampere)
      ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
      Silvia Bernardini
      Dominic Stewart
      Federico Zanettin
      ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE
      SSLMIT - CULT 2000
      Corso della Repubblica 136
      47100 Forli
      Italy
      Tel.: +39 0543 450 307/304
      Fax: +39 0543 450 306
      e-mail: cult2k@...
      WWW: http://www.sslmit.unibo.it/cult2k/

      PROPOSALS
      Proposals for contributions relating to any of the topics listed above
      should reach the organizing committee not later than June 22, complete with
      abstracts of about 500 words. All proposals will be reviewed. For further
      details about the submission procedure please refer to the Conference Web
      page or contact the organizing committee at the addresses above.
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