2017 Interpretation and Translation Research Symposium
Interpretation and Translation Research
March 31 - April 2, 2017
The Department of Interpretation and Translation at Gallaudet University is pleased to host the second Symposium on Signed Language Interpretation and Translation Research to be held March 31-April 2, 2017 at Gallaudet University in Washington, DC.
The purpose of the Symposium is to promote the exchange of scholarship on signed language interpretation and translation as well as provide a platform for interdisciplinary research across various disciplines including linguistics, communication, sociology, psychology, anthropology, and education. The Symposium is a unique forum for scholars and students from around the world to convene at Gallaudet University to share our research with one another.
Symposium Program Book (PDF)
Symposium References (PDF)
We are pleased to announce the keynote speakers for the Symposium:
Dr. Robert Adam
Dr. Beppie van den Bogaerde
Dr. Xiaoyan Xiao
Robert Adam, PhD
Deafness Cognition and Language Research Centre
University College London
Beppie van den Bogaerde, PhD
Cornell Honorary Visiting Professor
Swarthmore College, Pennsylvania
Professor of Deaf Studies, Hogeschool Utrecht UAS (NL)
Professor of Sign Language of the Netherlands (NGT), University of Amsterdam (NL)
Xiaoyan Xiao, PhD
Professor of Interpretation, Xiamen University, China
Co-director, Confucius Institute at University of Delaware
We welcome these outstanding scholars to the Symposium.
Call for Proposals - CLOSED
The Call for Proposals for the 2017 Symposium is now closed.
We hope to see you there!
Symposium Selected Papers Volume
Gallaudet University Press has contracted to publish the second Signed Language Interpretation and Translation Research volume. The volume will contain a collection of selected papers from the 2017 Symposium. Presenters may submit a manuscript for consideration to be published in the volume.
We hope you will join us for the Symposium
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