General and Specialist Translation / Interpretation: Theory, Methods, Practice

Details

When:
April 9, 2021 – April 10, 2021 all-day
Contact:
Sergiy Sydorenko
Where:
Kyiv (Online)
Ukraine

Date: 09-Apr-2021 – 10-Apr-2021
Location: Kyiv (Online), Ukraine

Linguistic Field(s): Translation

Call Deadline: 21-Feb-2021

It is our pleasure to announce the 14th International Conference “General and Specialist Translation/Interpretation: Theory, Methods, Practice” to be held at the National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine. Speakers will be invited to present their talks at the conference in Kyiv on April 9-10, 2020 and to have their papers published in the Conference Proceedings.
If the COVID-19 quarantine in Ukraine continues on the date of the conference, the conference will be held online.

Several panel discussions will be organized around the following broad topic areas:
– Specialist translation/interpretation: topical issues and prospects.
– Terminology in translation/interpretation perspective.
– Sociocultural and pragmatic aspects of translation/interpretation.
– Lexical, grammatical and stylistic aspects of translation/interpretation.
– Translation tradition and translation theory.
– Professional training of translators/interpreters.
– IT technology in translator’s work.

Conference languages are English, Russian and Ukrainian.

NATIONAL AVIATION UNIVERSITY (Ukraine)
SIBERIAN FEDERAL UNIVERSITY (Russian Federation)
UNIVERSITY OF SILESIA IN KATOWICE (Republic of Poland)
MINSK STATE LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY (Republic of Belarus)

Call for Papers:

Academics, researchers, graduate students, translators/interpreters wishing to participate are requested to send to the Conference e-mail address (conferencekievi.ua) on or before the 21 February 2021 deadline:
– the Participant’s Proposal Form (see below)
– the paper formatted according to the requirements below.

Requirements for the papers:
Format: MS Word, Times New Roman, saved in rtf format; length: 10,000-15,000 characters (without spaces) in a 10-point font; line spacing: 1; margins: 2 cm; pages should not be numbered.
The main text of the paper should be preceded by the summary and key words in English (not more than 700 characters).

References in the text should be made in square brackets, first the number of the title in the References at the end of the paper, then the number of the page to which the reference is made, e.g. [6, p. 35]. In the References the titles should be given in the order they appear in the text.
Failure to comply with these requirements may result in the paper being turned down by the Conference organizers. The authors are solely responsible for the content of their papers.

The receipt of your paper will be within 1-2 days confirmed by the Organizing Committee to your e-mail address. Should you not receive such confirmation we advise you to check with the Organizing Committee by E-mail to make sure that your paper has been received and accepted for publication.