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Registration now open

We are pleased to announce that registration for IPCITI 2023 is now open and you can register via our Eventbrite page. Early-bird rates are available until 15 October 2023. The theme for IPCITI 2023 is Lines of Enquiry, and the conference will have a focus on methodological innovation in translation and interpreting studies. We have an exciting […]


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Call for Papers

Call for Papers: IPCITI 2023  Lines of Enquiry: Methodological innovation in Translation and Interpreting Studies  Postgraduate research is anything but linear. Instead, it is a process of continual untangling – of plucking at a single thread within the tapestry. Methods and methodologies are the tools we use to find and follow those threads, sometimes without […]


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IPCITI 2024 – Call for papers out now!

IPCITI 2024 will be held at the University of Manchester on 5-6 December 2024. The call for papers is out now and the deadline for submissions is 1 August. Don’t miss out on what is sure to be an inspiring event!


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Keynote: Raquel de Pedro Ricoy

We are delighted to announce that the keynote speaker at IPCITI 2023 will be Raquel de Pedro Ricoy. Raquel de Pedro Ricoy is Chair of Translation and Interpreting at the University of Stirling whose research interests centre around the social and cultural dimensions of translation and interpreting. For more information about her research outputs, please […]


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Registration to be opened

We are pleased to share the news that registration for IPCITI 2023 is planned to open by mid-September. Stay tuned for further details and updates.


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IPCITI 2023 Announced

We are pleased to announce that Heriot-Watt University will be hosting the IPCITI 2023 conference in November. The aims of IPCITI 2023 are to promote greater participation in translation and interpreting research, to address salient issues in the field, and to foster a supportive environment in which young researchers can exchange ideas on current themes […]


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Postponement of IPCITI 2021

Dear Translation Studies community, in light of the current circumstances of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, unfortunately, also IPCITI 2021 has to be postponed as the pandemic persists. The conference is postponed until such a date when it is safe again to hold it in-person. This decision was made due to the dynamic and rapidly changing situation in which […]


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New Voices issue 9

New Voices in Translation Studies has just announced the online publication of its issue n. 9, which is the result of the continued collaboration with IPCITI. New Voices 9 largely consists of the selected conference proceedings from IPCITI 7 held at the University of Edinburgh in October 2011. In total, the issue consists of five […]


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