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Category:   E-CFP
Subject:   CULT - Deadline extension
From:   Patricia Rodriguez Ines
Email:   2083001_(on)_campus.uab.es
Date received:   30 Oct 2003
Deadline:   20 Nov 2003
Start date:   22 Jan 2004

NEW DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION: NOVEMBER 20th CULT (Corpus Use and Learning to Translate) BARCELONA, JANUARY 22nd-24th, 2004 http://www.fti.uab.es/cg.cult.b cn Organised by the Departament de Traduccio i d'Interpretacio (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) and the Scuola Superiore di Lingue Moderne per Interpreti e Traduttore (Universita di Bologna) AIMS AND TOPICS CULT 2004 is the follow up to CULT 2000, organised by the Scuola Superiore di Lingue Moderne per Interpreti e Traduttore of the Universita di Bologna in Forli in November 2000 (http://www.sslmit.unibo.it/cult 2k). The aim of the conference is to bring together practitioners and theorists sharing an interest in the design and use of corpora in translation-related areas, with special reference to translator and interpreter training. Contributions, in the form of papers, demonstrations and posters, are sought on, but not restricted to the following topics: - Translation/Interpreting-specific issues relating to the design, development and use(s) of corpora - Integrating corpus work into introductory/advanced translation courses for translators/interpreters - Corpus-based language learning/teaching for translators/interpreters - Implications of corpus use with respect to theories of translation/interpreting - The respective roles of corpora, conventional reference tools and other computational translation aids - The World Wide Web as a resource for translation/interpreting - Corpora and terminology - Corpus-based descriptive translation studies in the classroom - Interaction of CAT and corpus tools in the translation classroom INVITED SPEAKERS Guy Aston Silvia Bernardini Krista Varantola CFP Proposals for contributions relating to any of the specified topics should reach the organisation committee no later than November 20th, complete with abstracts of about 500 words. All proposals will be reviewed. For further details about the submission procedure, please refer to the conference web page or contact the organisation committee at the addresses below. Notification as regards acceptance of abstracts will be given from December 1st, 2003. The official language of the conference is English. REGISTRATION FEES EUR 110 EUR 75 (students) Fees include conference documentation, coffee and biscuits, plus lunch on Friday and Saturday. It will also be possible to participate in an official conference dinner and/or a tour around Barcelona. As for accommodation, a choice of hotels is available. For more information, please check the conference website. ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE CULT-BCN 2004, Departament de Traduccio i d'Interpretacio Edifici Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona 08193-Bellaterra, Spain Tel.: +34 93 5813371 Fax: +34 93 5812762 E-mail: cg.cult.bcn_(on)_uab.es WWW: http://www.fti.uab.es/cg.cult.b cn ORGANISATION COMMITTEE (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) Allison Beeby Patricia Rodriguez Ines Pilar Sanchez-Gijon IMPORTANT DATES November 20th, 2003: Deadline for abstract submission December 1st, 2003: Communication of acceptance of abstracts January 22nd-24th, 2004: CULT conference
 

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