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Conference, London, Nov. 2007

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  • Anthony Pym
    ... Three items below - two relating to theatre (translation) and one mostly to audiovisual translation. Best, Edwin (1) Item 1: CALL FOR PAPERS for the
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      >>> Edwin Gentzler <gentzler@...> 2007-03-06 17:35:59
      >>> Dear friends, Conference activity in translation is booming, too.
      Three items below - two relating to theatre (translation) and one
      mostly to audiovisual translation. Best, Edwin

      (1) Item 1: CALL FOR PAPERS for the two-day conference on
      Translation: Process and Performance
      Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies, Senate House, London WC1E
      7HU, 23-24 November 2007
      Co- organised by Betwixt and Between: The QueenÂ's University Belfast
      Research Forum in Translation and Cultural Encounter and The
      Department of Spanish and Latin American Studies, KingÂ's College,
      London

      The Conference Organisers would welcome papers (of 20-25 minutes
      duration) in any of the following areas: Translating enactment Who
      translates? The identity of the theatre translator Translation and
      creativity Social production: economic and non-economic factors in
      theatre translation Rehearsal-room practice Translation as
      collaborative practice Programming translations Translating titles

      The following plenary speakers are confirmed: Sirkku Aaltonen
      (University of Vaasa, Finland); Catherine Boyle (KingÂ's College,
      London); Eva Espasa (University of Vic, Catalunya); Joe Farrell
      (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow); David Johnston (QueenÂ's
      University Belfast); Stephen Kelly (QueenÂ's University Belfast)
      Proposals (max 100 words) to be submitted by 09 June 2007 to the
      organisers, from whom further details may also be obtained: David
      Johnston: <mailto:d.johnston@...> d.johnston@...
      Catherine Boyle: <mailto:Catherine.boyle@...>
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