Genealogies of Knowledge I: Translating Political and Scientific Thought across Time and Space

7-9 December 2017 1st Call for Papers   The production and circulation of knowledge across temporal and cultural spaces is a well-established research theme among classicists and historians of political thought, ideas, science and medicine, but recent developments have opened up new perspectives on this area of study. The study of social knowledge flows has advanced our understanding of these

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Conference Announcement 2017

Genealogies of Knowledge

Plans for holding the first international conference organized by the Genealogies of Knowledge team are well under way. The conference is intended to provide a space for scholars from diverse disciplinary backgrounds to discuss various aspects of the impact of translation and other processes of mediation on the evolution of concepts across time and space. It will also provide an

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Translation and Knowledge: From Knowledge Production to Collective Intelligence on the Web

Translation

12-14 January 2017 Ajou University, South Korea Knowledge production and dissemination have long been of interest to scholars from various disciplinary backgrounds. Within the field of translation studies, the role of translation in the production, transmission and transformation of knowledge has been the focus of recent investigations by a number of research groups, including, but not limited to, the organizers

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Corpus Linguistics Conference 2017

university of Birmingham

24 – 28 July 2017 University of Birmingham The International Corpus Linguistics Conference 2017 will take place from Monday 24 to Friday 28 July at the University of Birmingham. Opening plenary Susan Hunston, University of Birmingham Keynote speakers Susan Conrad (Portland State University, US) Andrew Hardie (Lancaster University, UK) Christian Mair (University of Freiburg, Germany) Dan McIntyre (University of Huddersfield,

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Digitizing Early Arabic Printed Books

Digitizing Early Arabic Printed Books

21 October 2016 Joukowsky Forum, Watson Institute, Brown University The Digital Islamic Humanities Project, a signature initiative of Middle East Studies at Brown University, is pleased to announce its annual scholarly gathering, a workshop on the topic of print culture in the early modern and modern Middle East. The event is organized in partnership with Gale Publishers, which will present

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Eleventh Islamic Manuscript Conference: Sufism and Islamic Manuscript Culture

Islamic Manuscript Association

13–15 September 2016 Magdalene College, University of Cambridge The Islamic Manuscript Association, in partnership with the Thesaurus Islamicus Foundation and the HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Centre of Islamic Studies at the University of Cambridge, is pleased to announce its Eleventh Islamic Manuscript Conference: Sufism and Islamic Manuscript Culture, which will be held from 13 to 15 September 2016 at

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Call for Papers: ARTIS@Manchester2016

Artis Conference

Materiality, Digital Cultures and Transmission in Translation Studies Graduate School, Ellen Wilkinson Building, University of Manchester 11-12 November 2016 Organised by @ctismanchester and @ARTISinitiative https://artisinitiative.org/events/artismanchester2016 Keynote Speakers: Dr Guyda Armstrong (University of Manchester) Dr Serenella Zanotti (University of Rome) This two-day event focuses on material and digital cultures, and textual transmission, promoting conversations about how we conceptualise, encounter and research

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Translation in Antiquity, Translating Antiquity: Methods and practices

Confirmed keynote speakers: Rachel Mairs, University of Reading; Siobhan McElduff, University of British Columbia; Oliver Taplin, University of Oxford. The thematic area Traveling Texts. Translation and Transnational Reception at the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Oslo is organising a two-day workshop on the broad topic of translations of Greek and Latin texts in antiquity and in modern times.

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