Event: Using Corpora in Contrastive and Translation Studies Conference
Date and Venue: 24-26 July 2014, Lancaster
Short Description: The fourth international Using Corpora in Contrastive and Translation Studies conference (UCCTS) will be held at Lancaster University from Thursday 24th July 2014 to Saturday 26th July 2014. The working language of the conference will be English, but any language can be the target of research presented at the conference.

We invite submissions of papers that report on research in using corpora in contrastive linguistics and translation studies.

Key dates
15th October 2013 – first Call for Papers
31st October 2013 – abstract submission opens via conference website
10th January 2014 – deadline for abstract submission
28th February 2014 – notification of the outcome of peer review & early bird registration opens
15th April 2014 – early bird registration closes
30th June 2014 – final deadline for registration & final deadline for cancellation with refund of registration fees
24th–26th July 2014 – conference days

Theme(s): Using corpora in translation studies and teaching; Corpus-based interpreting research and its relationship with translation studies; Using corpora in comparing and contrasting languages or language varieties; Register and genre variation in translation studies; Corpus-based research of interface between contrastive and translation studies; Design and development of comparable and parallel corpora; Processing of multilingual corpora; Bilingual or contrastive terminology, lexicology and lexicography
Contact Details: Richard Xiao (r.xiao@lancaster.ac.uk)
Invited Speakers: Silvia Bernardini (Bologna University, Italy); Signe Oksefjell Ebeling (University of Oslo, Norway); Dorothy Kenny (Dublin City University, Ireland); B้atrice Lamiroy (Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium); Stella Neumann (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)
Registration: http://ucrel.lancs.ac.uk/uccts4/index.php

Posted by: Richard Xiao on Oct 23, 13 | 12:03 pm

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