2019

Conference: “ANGLO-ITALIAN HISTORY, 1500-1700: TRANSLATING NEWS, POLITICS AND COMMERCE”, University of Florence, Via S. Reparata, 93, 21 February 2020.

Speakers at the conference include Sara Barker (University of Leeds, United Kingdom); Davide Boerio (Medici Archive Project, Florence, Italy); Nicholas Brownlees (University of Florence, Italy); Brenda Hosington (University of Warwick, United Kingdom); Giovanni Iamartino (University of Milan, Italy); Polina Shvanyukova (University of Bergamo, Italy); Stefano Villani (University of Maryland, USA). The Chair include Alessio Assonitis (Medici Archive […]

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CfP: Legislative Drafting and Language Workshop. London 7-8 July 2020 Law, Language, and Gender: the way forward 

Legislative Drafting and Language Workshop London 7-8 July 2020  Law, Language, and Gender: the way forward  During the late twentieth century proposals to modernize legislative drafting have been choral and among the specific causes generally mentioned there are sentences of undue length, overuse of archaic expressions, a labyrinth of sentences and clauses, partiality of nominalizations,

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11th CERLIS Conference: “Translation and Gender in the Profession” (4th Valencia-Napoli Colloquium) Bergamo, 25-27 June 2020

11th CERLIS CONFERENCE: “Translation and Gender in the Profession” (4th Valencia-Napoli Colloquium) Bergamo, 25-27 June 2020 CERLIS, the Research Centre on Languages for Specific Purposes of the University of Bergamo, organizes the next Conference on Translation in the Profession. After the successful 3rd Valencia/Napoli Colloquium on Gender & Translation, jointly organized by the GenText Research

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“Imagine that you see the wretched strangers”. Sir Thomas More, from page to stage, 2/12/19, Teatro Beccaria Puntozero, Milano

Il convegno “‘Imagine that you see the wretched strangers’. Sir Thomas More, from page to stage”, 2 dicembre, Teatro Beccaria Puntozero (via Calchi Taeggi 20) è organizzato dall’Università Statale di Milano, in collaborazione con Puntozero Teatro e IASEMS. Per partecipare al convegno occorre registrarsi al seguente link: http://www.puntozeroteatro.org/form-prenotazione-immaginat…/. Ecco il programma:

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Convegno Internazionale: “Le ali di Icaro. Medical Humanities e narrazione come cura”, Università di Milano, 5-6 dicembre 2019

Due giorni per riflettere sui molti modi in cui narrazione, arte e malattia possono intrecciarsi in un paradigma artistico efficace, che colmi i vuoti terapeutici e ci aiuti a restare umani. Le ali di Icaro, all’Università degli Studi di Milano. In collaborazione con AIA, Altre Modernità e il Centro di Ricerca Coordinato Criminal Hero.  

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TaCo 2020: Taboo in Language, Culture and Communication, Sept 30th–Oct 2nd, 2020 – University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy

The Taboo Conference series (TaCo) is an interdisciplinary conference aimed at bringing together scholars of various aspects of taboo in a variety of academic fields. The project was originated at the Department of Interpretation and Translation of the University of Bologna, Italy, where the first edition was held in 2012. The following editions were held

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Seminario: “La traduzione letteraria: il paratesto”, Università degli Studi di Bari, 2 dicembre 2019

Il seminario dal titolo “La traduzione letteraria: il paratesto”, con un’introduzione della Prof.ssa Sara Laviosa e a cura del Dott. Marco Barletta, avrà luogo il 2 dicembre 2019 dalle ore 14.00 alle ore 16.30 presso la Biblioteca “Gaetano Ricchetti” (Via Sparano, 145 – Bari). In tale occasione, dopo una breve introduzione teorica sul nesso tra paratesto e traduzione

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CFP: Networking CFP: May Sinclair. Les réseaux littéraires de May Sinclair. Université de Nantes, 18th-19th June 2020

Keynote speaker: Professor Suzanne Raitt, College of William & Mary This international conference explores the diversity of connections, inspirations and influences in the work of modernist writer, May Sinclair (1863-1946). It will be held at the University of Nantes (France) on Thursday 18th and Friday 19th June 2020. In the first two decades of the

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