Monthly Archives: January 2017

Participant bursaries available for Warwick students

• Are you a student (undergraduate or postgraduate) at the University of
• Do you have experience of translation or interpreting?
• Are you interested in a career in translation in diverse contexts (literary
translation, language teaching, community associations, or academia)?

The Collaborative Translation project is offering three bursaries (up to £150
travel expenses and two nights’ accommodation) to enable students from the
University of Warwick to attend the ‘Collaborative Translation: A Model for
Inclusion’ Symposium and workshop at Monash University, Prato (Italy) 3rd-
4th July 2017.

The event focuses on translation as an inclusive practice. The successful
applicants will explore and discuss experiences of collaborative translation in a
practical workshop in Prato, and will be asked to contribute to project’s
activities in an event at Warwick.

To apply, please e-mail and
by Sunday 19th February with your CV (max. 2 pages) and 500-word
statement detailing:

• Your interest in collaborative translation and the experience (and/or
questions) you would bring to the Symposium and workshop.
• How participating in this Symposium and workshop would enhance
your student experience (please refer to the website for the project’s objectives and
activities to date and consider how this is in line with your goals).
Your idea for a 1-2 hour event you would organize to explore
translation as a collaborative practice. *Please note, this will be a
decisive factor in selecting successful applications – we welcome
creative ideas for presentations, seminars, workshops… or other!*

All applications will be considered by a committee; successful applications will
be notified by 24th February.

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