The First International Think Tank on the History of Translation and Interpreting
University of Bologna, Bertinoro Conference Centre, 29-30 March 2019.
The Think Tank on Translation History is organized by Chris Rundle, Pekka Kujamäki and Michaela Wolf, and hosted by the Department of Interpreting and Translation of the University of Bologna, Forlì Campus.
The purpose of the event, which is by invitation only, is to discuss the growing importance of translation and interpreting history as a disxciplinary area, and to explore the possibility of setting up an international network of scholars with an interest in this area.
The following invited scholars will take part in the Think Tank:
- Lieven D’hulst (Leuven)
- Hilary Footitt (Reading)
- Pekka Kujamäki (Graz)
- Anne Lange (Tallinn)
- Daniele Monticelli (Tallinn)
- Outi Paloposki (Turku)
- Vicente Rafael (Washington)
- Christopher Rundle (Bologna)
- Larisa Schippel (Vienna)
- Michael Schreiber (Mainz)
- Michele Sisto (Chieti)
- Michaela Wolf (Graz)
The Think Tank will be held at the Centro residenziale universitario, Bertinoro – a conference centre near Forlì, in Italy.