For further information please contact:
Nigel Armstrong OR
Department of French,
University of Leeds,
LS2 9JT, UK
Fax: +44 (0)113 343 3477
A collaboration between
Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza"
The convenors want to thank all the speakers for a very stimulating and interesting conference.
A refereed volume exploring the same themes of the conference is now available:
N. Armstrong & F. M. Federici, Translating Voices, Translating Regions, Rome: Aracne, 2006. isbn: 88-548-0619-6
The conference convenors have been pleased to promote this international conference and honoured by the presence of the keynote speakers who gave a paper at this venue:
For more information, click on the link to redirect you to their official pages:
· Riccardo Duranti, University of Roma “La Sapienza”
paper: “Le molteplici sfide traduttive dei sonetti di Belli"
· Edwin Gentzler, University of Massachusetts, Amherst (USA)
paper: “Translation and Border Writing in North America"
· Jeremy Munday, University of Surrey
paper: “Investigating style in audiovisual translation"
· Jean-Louis Sarthou, vice-chairman of SNAC and vice-president of the Commision de l'Audiovisuel of SACEM (France)
paper : “Plus la traduction est destinée à un vaste public, plus on demande au traducteur de banaliser, d’aseptiser, son langage”
· Christopher Taylor, University of Trieste
paper: “The Translation of Regional Variety in the Films of Ken Loach”
· Anita Weston, University of Roma “La Sapienza”
paper: “Sophocles on the South Bank: Tony Harrison translator and translatee"
paper: “Translating Regions: Transforming Realities"
The first call for papers circulated on Tuesday the 26th of October 2004 in the website of Department of French, University of Leeds. The present website is the official source of information on the event.
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With the contribution of Association for the Study of Modern and Contemporary France (Registered Charity number 1014382)
The proceedings of the conference will be published by ARACNE Editrice, Roma
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