Open Panels

An international conference hosted by the
Centre for Translation and the Department of Translation, Interpreting and Intercultural Studies,
Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

In collaboration with the
Genealogies of Knowledge Project, University of Manchester, UK

7-9 April 2020



Open panels

The Genealogies of Knowledge II conference will be hosting the following convened panels. Please click on the links below for more information about each panel:

Insurrectional Epistemologies in the Global Justice Movement: The Impact of Time and Space
Convenor: Julie Boéri, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Qatar

Languages of Authority in Nineteenth-Century Sciences
Convenor: M. Pilar Castillo Bernal, Universidad de Córdoba, Spain and Bertha Gutiérrez Rodilla, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain

Work Practices as Politics
Convenor: Christina Delistathi, University of Westminster, UK

Contesting Epistemologies in Cognitive Translation and Interpreting Studies: The current state of play
Convenors: Sandra L. Halverson, University of Agder, Norway and Álvaro Marín García, University of Essex, UK

Translation and the Discourse of Diversity and Inclusion: Episteme, doxa or buzz words?
Convenor: Gillian Lane-Mercier, McGill University, Canada

Translation and Invisible Violence in the Human Sciences
Convenors: René Lemieux, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada and Joshua Price, Binghamton University, US

Translation and Mediation in Online Knowledge Platforms: Exploring Wikipedia and Beyond
Convenor: Mark Shuttleworth, Hong Kong Baptist University

Translating Modernity: The Dissemination and Mediation of Modern Concepts in Asia
Convenor: Yifan Zhu and Kyung Hye Kim, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China