Call for Papers


SCOPE 

We welcome submissions on any topic within translation and intercultural studies. Themes of particular interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Translation and social change
  • Translation, cultural identity, and translated image
  • Translation and circulation of knowledge
  • Translation, language policy, and national security
  • Translation and cultural memory
  • Translation and gender
  • Translation and education
  • Human agents in translation
  • Translation as a profession
  • Translated literature and national literature

GUIDELINES

Abstracts must be submitted online via this website. The deadline for abstract submission has passed.

Submissions must adhere to the following standards:

  • Presentation title of max. 15 words
  • Abstract consisting of 300-350 words
  • 50-word summary
  • Maximum of 5 keywords
  • Presenter bio blurb (max. 100 words)
Presentations are given a time-slot of 20 minutes, followed by 5 minutes Q & A. 

KEY DATES

Abstract submission due:         May 25, 2016
Notifications of acceptance:     Will be sent out via email in early June 2016