Sunday, 31 January 2010

Norwich: postgraduate translation conference on interdisciplinarity, March 2010

Hi all,

For those of you in or near East Anglia, I've been asked to pass this on. I've been to a couple of these conferences in the past and they've been very interesting. The keynote speakers look good too.

If you missed the Call for Papers for "Disordering the Disciplines" a Symposium in Translation and Interdisciplinarity to be held at UEA in the Arts Building on the 26th and 27th March 2010, all is not lost. There is still time to register for this symposium as a non-presenting attender and to be a lively member of the several panel discussions on topics as varied as Translation and the Gothic, Translation and Intermediality, Self-translation, Gender issues in translation, Genetics and Linguistics and much much more. The keynote speakers are Dr. Karin Littau (University of Essex), Dr. George Szirtes (UEA), Dr. Thomas Greaves (UEA) and Professor Jean Boase-Beier (UEA).

This is a great learning opportunity and a great opportunity to meet and get to know delegates from all over the world.

Registration is now open and remains open until the 12th March, but hurry up, places are limited and more than half the places on the Symposium are already allocated. For full details see our web-page or send us an e-mail at:

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