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“Legal Interpreting in Japan”

Register by No registration required :: 15 April 2014 3pm - 15 April 2014 4pm :: Australia

Abstract: In Japan, the issue of legal interpreting started to draw attention during the time of the bubble economy, an economic boom that occurred in the period between the latter half of the 1980s and early 1990s.  The boom attracted a large number of immigrant workers from all...

Seminar: Psychological Approaches to Translation: Eye Tracking and New Frontiers

Register by registration is NOT required :: 25 March 2014, 3pm - 25 March 2014, 4pm :: Australia

Research into translation has enjoyed consistent growth and diversity in recent years, especially with the adoption of quantitative tools, concepts, and methodologies from other disciplines, most notably psychology and cognitive science. Out of these developments, areas of interest have formed in re...

Interpreting & Translation Symposium: Achieving Quality in Court Interpreting in Australia

Register by 16 April 2014 :: 24 April 2014 - 24 April 2014 :: Australia

  The need to improve quality of court interpreting in domestic courts is a subject of ongoing discussion amongst a vast community of stakeholders worldwide: interpreters, court administrators, lawyers and judges, interpreter educators and researchers. The question of how to achieve this impro...

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International Conference on Community Translation

Register by Opens 01/5/2014 :: 11/9/2014 - 13/9/2014 :: Australia

CALL FOR PAPERS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMMUNITY TRANSLATION (ICCT 2014) University of Western Sydney, 11-13 September 2014  Background: ‘Community translation’ or ‘public service translation’ refers to translation of different types of texts intended to facilitate ...

International Conference on Community Translation

Register by Opens 01/5/2014 :: 11/9/2013 - 13/9/2013 :: Australia

CALL FOR PAPERS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMMUNITY TRANSLATION (ICCT 2014) University of Western Sydney, 11-13 September 2014  Background: ‘Community translation’ or ‘public service translation’ refers to translation of different types of texts intended to facilitate ...

Orientation to T&I sector to recently graduated / accredited Translators and Interpreters

Register by 2 Dec. 2013 :: 7 Dec. 2013 - 7 Dec. 2013 :: Australia

This short course is for recent graduates of Translation and Interpreting courses, recently accredited or recognised Translators and Interpreters or for those with experience in the Translation and Interpreting field who wish to upgrade their skills. The one-day course includes the following: - &n...

Participate in research on cross-cultural issues in community interpreting

22 Oct 2013 - 31 Mar 2014 :: Australia

OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN RESEARCH   Interpreting Culture?       If you are currently an interpreting scholar, practitioner and/or educator, you are invited to participate in a research on cross-cultural issues in community interpreting.   The study will consist...

Seminar: Challenges in Community Interpreting Training Flemish-European Style

Register by - not required :: 18 Dec 2013 3.00pm - 18 Dec 2013 4.30pm :: Australia

Interpreting & Translation Seminar While globalization and its migration streams have changed and continue to change the demographic composition of Europe’s original nation states, thoroughly reshuffling their cultural and linguistic make-up, the economic crisis and rising xenophobia are ...

Seminar with Davd Katan: The Cultural dynamics of communication

Register by - not required :: 19 Nov 2013 3.00pm - 19 Nov 2013 4.30pm :: Australia

Interpreting & Translation Seminar It is the aim of this seminar to demonstrate how E.T. Hall's theory of "contexting" can be extremely effective in showing how the study of patterns of invisible cultural (and individual) communication orientations affect response. Hall theorised that we all un...