AUSIT National Mini-conference, 18-19 November 2016
Thread poster: Nicola Thayil

Nicola Thayil
Australia
Local time: 14:58
French to English
May 28, 2016

The AUSIT National Mini-conference, to be held in conjunction with the AUSIT National AGM on 18-19 November 2016, aims to provide a forum for practitioners and scholars to explore important issues in translation and interpreting. The theme for 2016 is Translation and Interpreting: Practice, Research and Publics.

This year, AUSIT is focussing efforts on raising public awareness of the translating and interpreting profession. The theme of this mini-conference, Practice, Research and Publics, offers participants a forum to present on issues related to practice, research and translation and interpreting in the public space.

For more information please visit the Conference website at http://www.ausit.org/AUSIT/Events/National_Miniconference_2016.aspx or email us at natminiconf@ausit.org

Call for papers is now open.

PD Points Day 1: 40 (full day) PD Points Day 2: 10


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