- At 02:13 10/01/00 -0200, you wrote:
> Translating is in History perhaps one of the few games in which theMany thanks for the comment. But please note that this symposium will open
>"tie" is the winning score;
next Monday January 17, after which date we can certainly shoot for a tie.
My thanks to all those who have signed up (72 of you at the moment). If you
could help circulate news of the symposium, I would be very grateful.
While we wait for things to begin, please note that:
1. Later this week I will be adding Yves Gambier's response to the five
papers. It will also appear on the website.
2. I am also still compiling the 'links' page for the symposium, for which
I am looking for on-line papers or information specifically on the training
of translators and interpreters. I haven't found many links. Any help would
be much appreciated.
3. The list of translator-training institutions at
needs correction and updating. So please check that your institution is
Finally, for those of you who really feel an urgent need to discuss
translation theory, I suggest you subscribe to Translat2000 (information at
Best wishes to all,