Call for Proposals for ARTIS Collaboration in Research Training

cropped-photo131 The ARTIS (Advancing Research in Translation and Interpreting Studies) initiative offers training designed to help researchers in the field to improve their research skills and methods, to set up and manage research projects effectively, and to negotiate and apply theoretical models. Building on the long and successful history of the Translation Research Summer School (run by the University of Manchester, University College London, the University of Edinburgh and Hong Kong Baptist University), ARTIS has been conceived as a flexible platform to collaborate with institutions worldwide in the delivery of short, research intensive training in a variety of places, responding to local needs.
Institutions interested in hosting an ARTIS event are now invited to apply by 31 July 2015.
Full information on the application process, application assessment criteria (including the application form) and deadlines for subsequent application rounds is available at: http://artisinitiative.org/events-2/hosting-an-artis-event/ Queries can be sent to: artisinfo@artisinitiative.org

ARTIS Events in 2015

  • 13 February 2015: ARTIS@Manchester2015
Researching Translation in the Context of Popular Culture: Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives
  • 29 May 2015: ARTIS@Edinburgh2015
Transitions: Early Career Research in Translation Studies, University of Edinburgh (registration currently open)
  • 15-16 June 2015: ARTIS@UCL2015
Multidimensional Methodologies: Collaboration and Networking in Translation Research, UCL (registration opens in early April)
  • 7 November 2015: ARTIS@Heriot-Watt2015
Interpreter-mediated Justice: Different Languages, Different Research Methodologies, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh (more information coming soon)

ARTIS Events in 2016

  • 25-27 March 2016: ARTIS@ShanghaiJiaoTong2016
Narrative Theory in Translation Studies, Shanghai Jiao Tong University (more information coming soon)
  • 7-8 April 2016: ARTIS@HKBaptistU2016
Researching Collaborative Translation, Hong Kong Baptist University (more information coming soon)