We are happy to invite you to participate in the conference "Transmedial turn?" – the second conference in a series of academic gatherings dedicated to the study of intersemiotic processes in culture. The conference will take place as an e-conference.
NEWS AND UPDATES
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NEW! Updated programme with few small changes is available HERE.
★ Elżbieta Magdalena Wąsik's presentation is rescheduled to Friday, 11 December, at 13:30-14:00 in Room 18, "Translation Practices" and Anthony Pym's plenary talk will be moderated by Raili Maring.
★ Tomorrow we will have a workshop TRANSLATING WITH BODY AND EAR by Ricarda Vidal (King’s College London), Manuela Perteghella (Open University), Madeleine Campbell (University of Edinburgh), Karen Bennett (Nova Universidad Lisbon). READ MORE about the workshop.
★ Unfortunatelly Irina Rajewsky's plenary speak scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday is cancelled!
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★ We published updated programme. Download it here (updated 7 December).
E-conference programme with links to virtual conference rooms can be accessed here.
★ The Book of Abstracts is accessible HERE (pdf) (updated 7 December).
★ Conference programme is now available on our webpage!
The e-conference "Transmedial turn?" offers four days of fascinating presentations, thought-provoking discussions, curious cultural program and stimulating workshop. Registration is still open!
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POTENTIALS, PROBLEMS AND POINTS TO CONSIDER
8–11 December 2020, University of Tartu, Estonia
As the title of the conference indicates, the central topic of inquiry is the cultural shift from logocentric to increasingly intersemiotic, intermedial and transmedial processes and its impact on disciplines that study textual transfers, relations between semiotic systems or media, and new media practices. We foreground the notion ‘transmedia’ – with its prefix trans- meaning ‘across’, ‘beyond’, ‘through’ – to highlight the ubiquity of processes and phenomena of media crossovers.
The conference aims at bringing together scholars from disciplines interested in textual transfers across languages, genres and media, among them Translation Studies, Semiotics, and Adaptation Studies, and to promote a more complex understanding of the transmedial processes and phenomena in culture, particularly of the diverse and novel theoretical perspectives, concepts and methods used in various disciplines for approaching these processes and phenomena.
Irina Rajewsky, Free University of Berlin
Thomas Leitch, University of Delaware
Anthony Pym, University of Melbourne
Peeter Torop, University of Tartu
Lars Elleström, Linnaeus University
The conference is still going to take place on 8-11 December 2020. However, with everyone’s safety as our highest priority and not being able to predict what the autumn will bring in regard to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are now heading towards an online conference.