First International LARIM Conference
Interpreter-mediated interactions: Methodologies and models - A tribute to Miriam Shlesinger
UNINT, 7-9 November 2013
NEW: The provisional programme is now available (in Italian and English) at: http://larim.unint.eu/category/attivita/conferences/i-convegno-larim/programma/
LARIM (Laboratorio di Ricerca sulle Interazioni Mediate dall’Interprete) is a research group on interpreter-mediated interactions set up in October 2012 within the Faculty of Interpreting and Translation (FIT), UNINT, Rome. The main focus of the research group is to promote descriptive studies based on fieldwork and authentic empirical data, with a scientifically sound theoretical and methodological basis. The research group has the pleasure of announcing that the provisional programme for the International Conference Interpreter-mediated Interactions: Methodologies and models in memory of Professor Miriam Shlesinger is now available online.
Yves Gambier, University of Turku
Laura Gavioli & Claudio Baraldi, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Daniel Gile, University of Paris III La Sorbonne Nouvelle
Cecilia Wadensjö, University of Stockholm
Speakers from Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Norway, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States
The Interpreter’s Role
Interpreting for the Media
Interpreting in Healthcare Settings
Interpreting in Legal Settings
The official languages of the conference are English and Italian. Simultaneous interpreting (English > Italian; Italian > English) will be offered by FIT volunteer student interpreters.
Link to registration: http://larim.unint.eu/en/category/attivita/conferences/i-convegno-larim/iscrizione/