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  • Oliver Lawrence

    You missed METM18!

    15 December, 2017 at 17.02 Reply
  • Camilla Larsen

    SLAM! 2018, 15 September in Copenhagen, Denmark. Slamconf.com

    18 December, 2017 at 23.38 Reply
  • Pablo Fernández

    Spring Into Action, 16-18 March, Miami, USA
    http://springintoaction.info/

    3 January, 2018 at 12.23 Reply
  • Susie Jackson

    APTRAD: 17th-19th May 2018 in Porto, Portugal
    (http://www.aptrad.pt/noticia.php?id_noticias=184)

    4 January, 2018 at 14.30 Reply
  • Simon Akhrameev | Russian Translator

    Great job, Pieter! Thanks a lot for this awesome timeline. What do you think about supplementing the list with “Add to Calendar” buttons next to the events?

    8 January, 2018 at 08.45 Reply
  • Birgit Bonde Jensen

    III International Conference on Economic, Business, Financial and Institutional Translation
    *CALL FOR PAPERS (ENGLISH)*
    III International Conference on Economic, Business, Financial and Institutional Translation
    June 27-29, 2018
    University of Alicante, Spain
    Webpage: https://dti.ua.es/en/tradeco/iii-icebfit/iii-international-conference-on-economic-business-financial-and-institutional-translation.html

    *PRESENTATION*
    According to The Language Services Market: 2015 (De Palma et al.) demand for language services, including translation, comes not only from Internet users, who require instant access to information in their own language, but also from companies that are attempting to compete and offer their products and services in several languages. The public sector and non-profit organizations also require language services to enable them to communicate effectively beyond their respective territorial boundaries. In this context, economic, commercial, financial and institutional translation plays a major role in the professional translation market and the workload for this type of translation is larger than other types such as literary translation.
    Many translator training centers are aware of this reality as well as the need for training in this field. Their programs demonstrate this by including subjects dealing not only with specialized translation, but also with business or institutional translation. However, although trainers and researchers are increasingly studying this type of translation and its relation to terminology, new technologies, teaching, or contrastive analysis, it seems that this research does not currently produce the same volume of publications as, for example, literary translation.
    In this scenario, the III International Conference on Economic, Business, Financial and Institutional Translation, following successful conferences in 2014 (University of Alicante) and 2016 (University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières), seeks both to contribute to this area of research publication and to bring together researchers, teachers, translation practitioners, and specialists to have the opportunity to interact with colleagues and to share their experience and research.

    22 January, 2018 at 15.12 Reply
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