Call for Papers
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All presentations should be based on research.
Papers are allotted 45-minute slots. It is up to the speaker to either give a short
presentation (10 – 15 minutes) and use the remaining 30 minutes for discussion or give a
longer presentation and leave only 15 minutes for discussion.
The preferred language for presentations is English; any deviations should be checked
in advance with the conference organisers.
Technical equipment including overhead projector, beamer and laptop plus DVD and VHS players
will be available. Please contact the organising committee in case you have specific requirements.
Within the framework of this conference on 'Audiovisual Translation
Scenarios' we especially welcome papers with a focus on the following domains:
1) Subtitling (including live subtitling and subtitling for the deaf and hard of hearing)
3) Media Translation and Interpretation
4) Theory and Practice of Polysemiotic Translation
5) Intercultural Aspects of Media Translation
Guidelines for the Submission of Proposals for Papers:
Proposals for Papers (Short Abstracts)
Proposals for papers in short abstract form should fit on a single page of 12-point type with margins of 2 cm
when printed out. They should contain the proposer’s name, affiliation, postal and e-mail addresses.
Abstract proposals must be received in electronic format (MS-Word, text or rtf files) at
no later than 15 January 2006
The abstract proposals will be evaluated by members of the scientific committee and
proposers will be notified by 15 February 2006 if their proposal has been accepted.
Upon acceptance of an abstract proposal, speakers will be asked to submit an extended
abstract. Extended abstracts will be made available to the conference participants before the
conference to facilitate interaction and discussion during the conference.
Selected papers will be published.
Registration and Fees
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Fees: The registration fee is 400,-- €.
This fee includes:
Registration is only valid upon receipt of the conference fee.
- participation in the 5-day-conference
- conference folder
- book of extended abstract
- refreshments during coffee breaks
A grant from the European Commission provides for financing the participation of eligible
young researchers (registration, travel and accommodation -
see EU-Scholarships for
Note: The deadline for applying for EU scholarships was 31 December 2005; no further applications can be accepted..
Notification of acceptance for EU funding will be made after 31st January 2006.
Travel & Accommodation
Participants are expected to make their own travel arrangements. A link to information on
accommodations in Copenhagen can be found using the navigation bar on the left under
Practical Information - Hotels. In so far as possible, the
local organisers will attempt to help in booking economical accommodations in Copenhagen -
For questions or additional information on travel and accommodations contact