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A Cardiff, traduzione e migrazione


Il 17 maggio 2013, presso l’Università di Cardiff (Galles, GB) si tiene la conferenza “Across Borders: Translation and Migration”.
È possibile inviare proposte di intervento entro il 20 marzo 2013.

Bando originale del call for papers:

Across Borders: Translation and Migration
Postgraduate Conference 17 May 2013
Cardiff University – School of European Languages, Translation and Politics

Cardiff UniversityThis interdisciplinary conference will focus on the multifaceted nature of translation studies and how its framework can be employed by other disciplines to develop new perspectives. Apart from a discussion of translation proper, which is translating a text from a language to another, the aim of this event is also to encourage a debate around the possibilities which lie beyond this definition, and to take into consideration other possible meanings of the term translation. The role of translation, for example, is key to postcolonial discourse as it captures the ‘in-betweenness’ of the migration experience. Therefore, the conference will engage with concepts of cultural identity, transnationalism, diaspora and multiculturalism but also with practices of cultural translation (travel narratives, migrant writing, cultural performances and representations) which involve the negotiation of languages, values, and narratives across cultures.

The aim of the conference is to bring together post-graduate students and young scholars from different disciplines working on questions of translation and transnationalism as well as interpreters and cultural heritage professionals from multilingual contexts to share research and practice. Students attending this conference will have the opportunity to discuss their ideas with the keynote speaker, Professor Susan Bassnett (Warwick University) one of the founding scholars of Translation Studies.

Topics may include, but are not limited to:
– Boundaries, identity and gender
– Multiculturalism / Interculturalism: discourses and practices
– Diasporic movements and trasnationalism: borders in translation
– Migration, literature and translation
– Adaptation
– Multilingualism
– The interplay between lingua franca, indigenous languages and immigrant languages
– Interpreting

Please send abstracts of 250 words and a 50 word biography to Mirona Moraru by 20 March 2013.
Dr Liz Wren-Owens
Lecturer in Italian Studies and Translation Studies, Incoming Erasmus Co-ordinator, MA Translation Studies Admissions Tutor
School of European Languages, Translation and Politics
University of Cardiff
65-68 Park Place
CF10 3AS

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