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CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: EMUNI Translation Studies Doctoral and Teacher Training Summer School


EMUNI Translation Studies Doctoral and Teacher Training Summer School

24 June – 5 July 2013, Piran, Slovenia

Guest Lecturer 2013: Dr. Douglas Robinson, Hong Kong Baptist University

The more than 300 MA programmes in translation across Europe indicate that there is both a great need to provide high-level doctoral study for prospective teachers and a pressing need to continuously provide teacher training to existing translation teachers in order to keep them up to date with the latest developments in the field. The EMUNI Translation Studies Doctoral Summer School and Teacher Training Summer School, a joint initiative by 6 different universities (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia; Boğaziçi University, Turkey; University of Turku, Finland; University of East Finland, Finland; University of Granada, Spain; and EMUNI, Portorož, Slovenia), responds to this need by focusing, in particular, on contemporary research into literary and non-literary works from a historical perspective.

Participation will be limited to a maximum of 15 individuals; particularly welcome are doctoral students in the early stages of their projects, teachers of translation at MA level or its equivalent and other academics, as well as professionals who are involved in research in translation and interpreting studies or in other doctoral fields where translation, interpreting or intercultural mediation is a focus of interest.

Basic activities at the EMUNI Summer School:a) Critical discussion of the most current approaches to translation theory, paying particular attention to contemporary research into literary and non-literary works from a historical perspective.b) Presentation and critical discussion of different methodological approaches in TS, focusing in particular on researching the translation of literary and non-literary texts in historical TS from the perspective of historical and sociological studies, or through the use of ethnological and corpus approaches.c) A series of lectures by the guest lecturer.d) Teacher-training in the field of translator training, with a particular emphasis on curriculum and syllabus design, definition of objectives and learning outcomes, trainee and trainer profiles, ICT resources, classroom dynamics and assessment.e) Tutorials for doctoral students and young researchers.f) A graduate conference.

Teaching Staff:

Dr. Ebru Diriker, Boğaziçi University, Turkey

Dr. Vojko Gorjanc, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Dr. Dorothy Kelly, University of Granada, Spain

Dr. Nike K. Pokorn, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Dr. Kaisa Koskinen, University of Eastern Finland, Finland

Dr. Outi Polaposki, Turku University, Finland

Dr. Sehnaz Tahir-Gürçağlar, Boğaziçi University, Turkey

Dr. Špela Vintar, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Publication: participants shall be invited to submit an article to be refereed and published in print and on the EMUNI summer school website.

Expenses: Associates will be responsible for their own airfare and local transportation to and from Piran. The expected maximum costs for students for 12 days (registration + tuition + accommodation) is 970 €. Students from the non-EU countries of the Union for the Mediterranean, are eligible for grants.

Application Deadline: March 15, 2013 

Website: For the application procedure and more details of the school please visit the website at: or write to!
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EU Translation Workshop, London

Lots of resources originating from the UK this week! Today, I’d like to make you aware of a workshop – …Continue reading »!
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Appel à communication pour le colloque 2013 - Cyber-Langues

Colloque Cyber-Langues 2013 Titre : La classe de langue à l’heure du numérique . Langue à l’honneur : l’espagnol Calendrier : du mardi 27 au jeudi 29 août 2013.!
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LINGUIST List 23.5364: Calls: Computational Linguistics, Lexicography, Morphology, Psycholinguistics/ Verbum (Jrnl)

Full Title: Verbum 

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Lexicography; Morphology; Psycholinguistics

Call Deadline: 30-Jan-2013 

Neoclassical Compounding

Special issue of the Verbum journal

Guest Editors: Stéphanie Lignon and Fiammetta Namer

Among all the available morphological processes for lexical creation in languages, the neoclassical compounding involves specific models. Compounding is a constructional process during which at least two base lexemes are combined in order to construct a new lexeme (tea bag). Two types of compounding may be distinguished: standard compounding (also called popular) on the one hand which involves the modern vocabulary (porte-bagage), and neoclassical compounding on the other hand which involves lexemes borrowed from ancient languages, often Greek and Latin (anthropophage).!
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Ouverture du Symposium national de traduction en Chine

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LINGUIST List 23.4895: Calls: Translation/ Monographs in Translation and Interpreting (Jrnl)

Full Title: MonTI (Monographs in Translation and Interpreting)

Call Deadline: 30-Jun-2014

Translation and Lexicography - Traducción y lexicografía

Editors: Cesáreo Calvo Rigual (Universitat de València) and Maria Vittoria Calvi (Università degli Studi di Milano)

Deadline: June 30, 2013.

Translators find in dictionaries one of their most faithful and necessary allies, both for the decodification of the source language and for the codification of the target language. Among many other tools, translators use monolingual and bilingual dictionaries, lexicographical and encyclopedic dictionaries.

The relationship between lexicography and translation covers a wide range of topics, which are narrowed down in this call for papers mainly to certain categories (see below). The papers submitted can focus, for instance, on comparing the end results and the techniques of both disciplines in view of establishing similarities and differences regarding the concept of equivalence. The volume also welcomes papers focusing on the use of any type of dictionary, with special emphasis on the usefulness of current dictionaries for translators, as well as on the traits that should be part of an ideal dictionary for the professional translator, and last but not least, the essential part the dictionary plays in the translation training process.

Among the more theoretical issues, the essential notion of equivalence is suggested, since, despite the fact that this is an element common to both translation and dictionaries, there are crucial differences, such as the fact that in translation equivalence is negotiated between texts, while in the case of dictionaries, it involves smaller units, such as the word or the phrase.!
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IV Coloquio Internacional Lucentino | El blog del MIC de la ULL

La semana pasada se celebró en Alicante el IV Coloquio Internacional Lucentino, donde bajo el lema “Ser o no ser… Intérprete” se debatieron los nuevos rumbos que está tomando la profesión. Desde el MIC nos gustaría felicitar a los organizadores por habernos posibilitado acudir a un evento tan enriquecedor, en el que los estudiantes fueron en gran medida los protagonistas.!
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V International Conference on Corpus Linguistics. University of Alicante

V International Conference on Corpus Linguistics. V International Congress of Linguistics of Corpus (We will be attending the 5th International Conference on Corpus Linguistics. 14-16 March 2013.!
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MA Translation Studies News: Free evets at the European ...

Markus Foti will present the tools and resources the European Commission provides for its translators to help them deal with this workload, from CAT tools to databases, and especially the Commission's in-house machine ...!
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Unprofessional Translation: A Wake-Up Conference?

Many people have an irksome bee in their bonnet. Lionel's, over at The Liaison Interpreter, is AIIC and the supercilious, crème de le crème attitude of conference interpreters towards the other breeds. Mine, you may have noticed, is Academia and more particularly academic Translation Studies, with their conference rituals and priesthood, publication norms (I'm struggling to turn my Forli PowerPoint presentation into an article), fashions and careering (pun) bandwagons, university beancounters who use computers to count the beans – and yawning gaps.

One gap that this blog has complained about several times is the scant interest in religious translation compared with literary translation, although religious translation has been incomparably important throughout history, more than literary translation, which is so fashionable with graduate students and has produced so many publications in recent years. Religious texts and preaching reach out to all classes of society. Of course in Translation Studies there was Nida, but even he has fallen out of fashion and there's no longer a obligatory quotation from him in the opening chapter of every thesis as there used to be 30 years ago. At the Forli NPIT conference, I called the commemoration of the 400th centenary of the King James Bible "the academic non-event of the year in Translation Studies." Fortunately the popular press and publishers in the English-speaking countries did much better.

So to cut the tirade short, it now gives me pleasure to relay the announcement of a mini-conference called Translating and Interpreting in Religious Settings, to be held at the University of Mainz at Germersheim, on the Rhine near Karlsruhe, Germany, from 29 to 31 August, 2013. The link is here.!
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Full Title: New Ways of Analysing Translational Behaviour in Corpus-Based Translation Studies

Location: Split, Croatia
Start Date: 18-Sep-2013 - 21-Sep-2013
Contact: Gert De Sutter
Meeting Email: click here to access email
Meeting Description:
New Ways of Analysing Translational Behaviour in Corpus-Based Translation Studies

For the 46th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE) in Split, Croatia (18-21 September 2013), we are planning to organise a workshop on New Ways of Analysing Translational Behaviour in Corpus-Based Translation Studies. The aim of the workshop is twofold: (i) to bring together advanced quantitative studies of translated texts (compared to non-translated texts on the one hand and/or source texts on the other hand), building on large-scale, well-structured parallel or comparable corpora, which provide a more fine-grained insight into translational tendencies and which elaborate on explanatory devices uncovered in previous studies (studies on other languages than English are especially solicited); (ii) to investigate to what extent other, complementary methods from related research fields or new data sources can improve the descriptive and explanatory accuracy of corpus-based results.

Workshop Convenors:

Gert De Sutter (University College Ghent / Ghent University, Belgium)
Isabelle Delaere (University College Ghent / Ghent University, Belgium)
Marie-Aude Lefer (Institut libre Marie Haps, Brussels, Belgium)
Linguistic Subfield: Text/Corpus Linguistics; Translation!
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Noam Chomsky to speak at Lexington Depot

Lexington —
State Rep. Jay Kaufman will host his second OPEN HOUSE public policy forum of the season with special guest and internationally acclaimed scholar Noam Chomsky. This special forum will be held Monday, Oct. 15, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Lexington Depot Building, 13 Depot Square, in Lexington Center.
Chomsky, who is a Lexington resident, is an Institute Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he teaches linguistics. His theory of transformational grammar revolutionized the study of language. His analyses, speeches and books on history, politics and economics have been widely translated and widely read.
Kaufman has asked Chomsky to reflect on the lessons and legacy of Occupy Wall Street and on the state of politics and statecraft on Capitol Hill and Beacon Hill. Attendees are encouraged to bring questions to the forum.

Read more: Noam Chomsky to speak at Lexington Depot - Lexington, MA - Lexington Minuteman!
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Academic Interpreting Workshop

Academic Interpreting Workshop
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Academic Interpreting Workshop
October 25, 2012 6:00 pm
October 25, 2012 8:00 pm
Community Interpreter Training, Sign Language Training
Affordable Language Services
October 3, 2012!
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Calenda - Traduire sans papiers



Traduire sans papiers
Translating without papers

Poétiques de la traduction / politiques de la traductologie

The poetics of translation / the politics of translation studies

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Publié le jeudi 04 octobre 2012

Ce colloque invite à interroger le présupposé selon lequel « la traduction favorise la compréhension entre les peuples et la coopération entre les nations » (Unesco, Nairobi, 1976), car il masque la réalité du processus de traduction comme acte énonciatif historiquement situé. Ce fonctionnement n’est pas davantage pris en compte par le paradigme traductif qui s’impose dans les Humanités. Dans un contexte où l’on constate un repli frileux sur les frontières et les identités nationales, il y a une certaine urgence à rendre à la traduction sa force de subversion : questionner les identités instituées loin des pensées binaires et de leurs dichotomies.

Traduire sans papiers : Poétiques de la traduction / politiques de la traductologie
[Illegal Translation : Poetics / Politics of Translation], Du 10 au 12 octobre 2012, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, Salle F05 - Site Descartes, Centre d’Études et de Recherches comparées sur la création (CERCC)

Le Centre d’Études et de Recherches Comparées sur la Création (CERCC) vous souhaite la bienvenue au colloque Traduire sans papiers.

Ce colloque invite à interroger le présupposé selon lequel « la traduction favorise la compréhension entre les peuples et la coopération entre les nations » (Unesco, Nairobi, 1976), car il masque la réalité du processus de traduction comme acte énonciatif historiquement situé. Ce fonctionnement n’est pas davantage pris en compte par le paradigme traductif qui s’impose dans les Humanités. Dans un contexte où l’on constate un repli frileux sur les frontières et les identités nationales, il y a une certaine urgence à rendre à la traduction sa force de subversion : questionner les identités instituées loin des pensées binaires et de leurs dichotomies.!
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Konferens, Translation and Transculturality in the Russian Context - Uppsala universitet

Translation and Transculturality in the Russian Context
Datum: 2012-10-03 kl 09:30
Plats: Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies the Library, UCRS, Gamla Torget 3, 3rd floor
Arrangör: Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies
Kontaktperson: Jevgenija Gehsbarga
Telefon: 018 471 1630
There is currently a growing interest in Russia and Eastern Europe as a distinct 'translation zone' of complex historical and social contexts, transcultural and translingual mediations and formative processes. On 3 October 2012, the Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies will hold a workshop on literary translation, transculturality and translingual texts in the Russian context.

Those interested in attending can sign up by sending an email to Ausra Padskocimaite:!
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Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2012 10:33:05
From: Federico Zanettin []
Subject: Translation Studies: Centres and Peripheries

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Translation Studies: Centres and Peripheries
Short Title: 7th EST CONGRESS

Date: 29-Aug-2013 – 31-Aug-2013
Location: Germersheim, Germany
Contact: Conference Contact
Contact Email:
Meeting URL:

Linguistic Field(s): Translation

Meeting Description:

European Society for Translation Studies
29 – 31 August 2013

Translation Studies: Centres and Peripheries

As Holmes states in his seminal paper ‘The Name and Nature of Translation Studies’, our discipline establishes institutions and discourses around which groups of researchers gather, exchange ideas and develop new theories and models. The growing number of training and research institutions for translation studies and of journals and book series focusing on translation research, the expanding territory of expert forums and blogs on the worldwide web as well as the numerous conference announcements from all over the world are clear indications of an ever increasing interest in the discipline. Whereas initially research, teaching and theory were mainly based in European contexts, promoted under European influence and shaped according to European theoretical perspectives and translation politics, nowadays approaches to translation from different geographies all over the world have been gaining more and more ground. Besides its own ‘internal’ impetus, translation studies have als!
o been receiving growing attention from scholars in other disciplines. The Germersheim EST conference is designed to provide a framework for discussing centre-periphery relations within the discipline from a multifaceted angle: centre-periphery relations concerning the objects of research, the discourses of Translation Studies, and the links between Translation Studies and other disciplines.!
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Flavell: Endangered Languages Conference | Scoop News

Flavell: Endangered Languages Conference

Wednesday, 12 September 2012, 5:17 pm
Speech: The Maori Party
XVI Foundation for Endangered Languages Conference - Language Endangerment in the 21st Century:
Globalisation, Technology and New Media

Ngā Wai o Horotiu Marae, AUT University

Wednesday 12 September 2012
Te Ururoa Flavell; MP for Waiariki

Forty years ago on 14 September 1972, history was made as a roopu marched on to the steps of Parliament, carrying with them a petition containing the signatures of thirty thousand New Zealanders.

I have a photograph of that day and in the spirit of this important hui, I want to reflect on the faces that fronted the long walk for the preservation and protection of te reo Māori.

Te Ouenuku (Joe) Rene heads the pathway to parliament. Next to him was Koro Te Kapunga Matemoana Dewes; Hana Hemara; Sid Jackson and resplendent in his afro, Rawiri Paratene.

Also at the front of the line was Cathy Dewes, Rawiri Rangitauira; Whaimutu Dewes; Joe Te Rito; Rangi Nicholson, Lee Smith; Reverend Hemi Potatau; Huirangi Waikerepuru; Jamie Schuster and a long line of others.

Prominent in the background of the photo is the defiant statue of Richard John Seddon, a former Prime Minister, his right arm raised in the air. There are two important pieces of evidence in the archives that suggest why the statue of Premier Seddon is a vital part of this historic day. The first is a photograph of the Premier at Papawai Marae – the site of Kotahitanga, the Māori Parliament.

We have reports of the sessions of this parliament recorded in Huia Tangata Kotahi – a Māori language newspaper published by Ihaia Hutana from 1893 to 1895. Amongst its recommendations, the Māori Parliament passed a resolution to end the sale of Māori land.

The second treasure from the archives, is another photograph from September 1895 – and it features a deputation of Urewera chiefs visiting Richard John Seddon at his ministerial residence in Wellington. Out of that visit, came the Urewera District Native Reserve Act, which was passed on 12 October 1896. This is a fascinating statute, which essentially legislates for the process of self-government for Ngāi Tuhoe through a General Committee representing the various iwi and hapū of the region.

All these three photographic exhibits, when brought together, compile a rich whariki from which to consider the endangered position of our language.

In these three images we span across a century; we are faced with a range of political, cultural and sociological statements that connect us to this time, this place, this hui.

24 hours ago came the announcement that the Crown and Ngāi Tuhoe will work to develop a Deed of Settlement.

A century after the Urewera chiefs sat on Premier Seddon’s front lawn, legislation is finally being enacted which promotes mana motuhake for Tuhoe. In outlining the importance of this settlement, Minister Finlayson spoke of a travesty of justice – in which the land was wrongly confiscated; a staged process of extermination was applied against Tuhoe prisoners and civilians; and the Crown employed a scorched earth policy in which their crops and buildings were destroyed; their livelihood shattered.

One hundred years since the 1896 Urewera Act, the Crown is finally recognising the unique status of Te Urewera; and in an effort to bridge the gap in the evolving relationship, Ngāi Tuhoe and the Crown have created an innovative platform for their future.

Our language, our history speaks to our present, it speaks to us now at this hui.

Tinirau of Whanganui said:

Toi te kupu, toi te mana, toi te whenua

The language, prestige and land will endure. Without these three, Māori culture will cease to exist.

I have drawn on this context, to introduce this kōrero, to remind us of the importance of the people; the language; the whenua; the legislation; and the leadership that has characterised our mutual histories in this land.!
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Call for Papers

Call for Papers
The congress will be organised around a series of thematic sessions or panels. EST is delighted to call for papers for its 7th conference to be held in Germersheim from 29 to 31 August 2013. Abstract submissions are invited to the panels as well as to the general theme of the conference. The submissions will be allocated 30 minutes in the programme, which includes 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for questions and discussion. To submit a paper proposal, the author does not have to be a member of the EST.

The main conference languages will be English and German. It will, however, be possible to provide interpreting services for other languages. All abstracts should be submitted in English or German, and this also applies for papers to be delivered in other languages (in this case, please indicate your specific language). Please note that due to practical reasons we will only be able to accept a small number of presentations in other languages.

1 November 2012 Deadline for paper abstract submission
1 March 2013 Notification of acceptance
A selection of contributions will be published as a volume of proceedings.!
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IIU workshop ‘Teaching Translation and Interpretation, Theory, Practice and Challenges’

A five-day workshop on ‘Teaching Translation and Interpretation, Theory, Practice and Challenges’ has started at the International Islamic University (IIU).

Organised by Faculty of Arabic of IIU in collaboration with the Higher Education Commission (HEC), the aim of the workshop is to highlight the importance of translation in transformation of knowledge from one language to another.

Speaking on the occasion, Professor Dr. Sahibzada Sajidur Rehman said that there was a time when the western world was looking towards the Muslims for knowledge in different disciplines but it is sorry to say that now-a-days the Muslim scholars are going to the western universities to seek knowledge.!
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September — META Multilingual Europe Technology Alliance

META-NET is a Network of Excellence dedicated to fostering the technological foundations of a multilingual European Information Society.!
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Translation Studies Federation: CFP: Translation and Cultures in Contact, Macau, Jan. 2013

CFP: Translation and Cultures in Contact, Macau, Jan. 2013

Call for Papers
Macau Crossings: Translation and Cultures in Contact
Macau, China
28, 29, 30 January 2013
Venue: University of Macau
Co-organizer: Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil.

The International Symposium on Translation Studies aims to bring together international researchers from the fields of translation, languages and literature in the context of the intersection of languages and cultures, focusing on the specific case of Macau, and also the general case of Portuguese culture in Asia.
Potential contributors are invited to submit a 300 word abstract on themes related to any of the following conference tracks:

- Macau in cultural crossings
- Identity and interculturality in Macau
- Chinese-Portuguese translation of sacred texts
- Chinese-Portuguese translation of literature
- The contribution of translators for Chinese-Portuguese cultural
- Agents of translation in Chinese-Portuguese
- The concept of groundlessness (Bodenlosigkeit) and language
crossings in Asia

Papers and panels on the above themes are invited . Papers should last a maximum of thirty minutes.
Working languages: Portuguese, Chinese, and English.
Please submit an abstract (approximately 300 words) and a bio note, by September 30, 2012 , to:
Put “Macau Crossings” in the subject line of your message and author’s last name . To insure prompt notification, please include your e-mail address on your submission. If you are willing to chair a session, please note this at the top of your abstract.

Conference Organising Committee:

Carlos Gohn
Fernanda Gil Costa
John Milton
Márcia Schmaltz
Maria Antónia Espadinha
Raquel Abi-Sâmara
Yao Jingming.

Conference Advisory Panel :
Ana Cristina Alves (Centro Cultural e Científico de Macau em Lisboa, Portugal)
Carlos Gohn (Universidade de Macau)
Fernanda Gil Costa (Universidade de Macau)
John Milton (Universidade de São Paulo)
Martha Cheung (Hong Kong Baptist University)
Zhang Meifang (Universidade de Macau)!
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Callconf:Browse Conference

Full Title: 2012 International Conference for the Korean Association for Corpus Linguistics

Short Title: KACL 2012
Location: Busan, Korea, South
Start Date: 10-Dec-2012 - 11-Dec-2012
Contact: Taeho Kim
Meeting Email: click here to access email
Meeting URL:
Meeting Description: The Korean Association for Corpus Linguistics (KACL) announces the KACL 2012 (2012 International Conference for the KACL) to be held from December 10 (Monday) - 11 (Tuesday) at Busan, South Korea. This is the first international conference to celebrate the formation of the Korean Association for Corpus Linguistics. (The conference is also held in conjunction with the ‘Workshop on Metaphors and Corpus Linguistics’ on December 11, 2012. Please refer to its separate announcement on The LINGUIST List).

Invited Speaker for a Tutorial Session:

Alice Deignan (University of Leeds): Searching for metaphorical patterns in corpora: Implications for English language leaching

Invited Speakers for the Plenary Sessions:

Laurence Anthony (Waseda University): The past, present, and future of software tools in corpus linguistics
Jae-Woong Choe (Korea University): Argument structure and language resources

Conference website:
Registration and accommodation: please refer to the conference website.
Linguistic Subfield: Text/Corpus Linguistics!
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2nd International Conference on Classroom-Oriented Research
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3rd Workshop on Immigrant Languages in the Americas
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46th SLI International Conference 2012 (Pluralingualism/Syntax)
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Contrastive Linguistics, Comparative Literature (Inter Litteras et Terras)
Corpus-assisted Discourse Studies (CadsConf #1)
Decennium: The First 10 Years of CASTL (CASTL Decennium)
Discourse, Identity and Culture in Italian Language and Literature
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Etymology and the European Lexicon!
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AUSIT Conference 2012 - Jubilation 25ebrating 25

On 1-3 December 2012 (Saturday - Monday) at Macquarie University in Sydney, the most prominent representatives of the translating and interpreting profession and industry come together for a weekend of sharing and learning for the 8th time since 1999. Academics and practitioners will interact with language service providers from both private and public sectors during the conference which marks the silver jubilee of the Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators (AUSIT).

Come to learn, network and celebrate with us!
Visit these pages often for updated details of the conference and social programmes.!
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