All our events are open to the public. If you are interested in attending, want to collaborate in any way, or have an idea or suggestion for future translation-related events, please do not hesitate to get in touch!
In addition to our regular readings and podcasts on translation theory, we are organising a full schedule of events for 2018/2019, including a Wikipedia translathon, a fundraiser for Translators without Borders, and a engagement project with secondary schools. These will be followed by a complete week of translation workshops and seminars in April, and topped off with what promises to be an exciting conference next June.
EUROPEAN RESEARCHERS NIGHT
Project DaRT and the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures were among the many researchers sharing their work with the public as part of Cork Discovers. We were delighted to receive so many people of all ages, and talk to them about translation and multilingualism.
ME, MYSELF & I, TRANSLATED: SCHOOL ENGAGEMENT PROJECT
Including a seminar on videogame translation, an audiovisual translation workshop and a Wikipedia Translathon.
TRANSLATORS WITHOUT BORDERS FUNDRAISER
Performing Translation: Translatorship in the 21st Century
Keep an eye out for the upcoming Call for Papers.