Culture in Translation: Reception of Chinese Literature in the World (CIT 2011)

Venue: Open University of Hong Kong

Location: Kowloon, Hong Kong

Event Date/Time: Jan 06, 2011 End Date/Time: Jan 08, 2011
Registration Date: Nov 30, 2010
Abstract Submission Date: Jul 30, 2010
Paper Submission Date: Nov 30, 2010
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Call for Papers
Aims and Objectives:
The Conference aims to provide a platform for exchanging fresh international perspectives on both theoretical and empirical language issues related to the translation of Asian and Western texts. It also encourages discussions on the correlations between translation and daily life topics such as globalization. We aim to establish links between academics, researchers, stakeholders and policymakers in hopes of fostering in-depth research in the fields of cultural and creative arts as well as the teaching and learning of translation.
The Conference will address a wide range of topics including, but not limited to, the reception of Western texts in China, Asian texts in the West, critical studies of translation, translation in the age of globalization, teaching and learning, and film adaptation.
As Asia’s most dynamic melting pot, Hong Kong is the ideal meeting place for scholars and professionals engrossed in cross-cultural studies. In a place where an Indian tailor enjoys Chinese dim sum alongside a Western financier, there is never a lack of intercultural communication. We hope to continue that diverse dialogue through this conference. Come join us in Asia’s World City.

Conference venue:
The Open University of Hong Kong (Homantin Campus)
30 Good Shepherd St, Ho Man Tin, Hong Kong

Conference languages:
Mandarin, English

Important dates:
30 July 2010 Deadline for submission
31 August 2010 Notification of acceptance
30 September 2010 Deadline for complete paper submission
30 November 2010 Deadline for registration fee payment
6 – 8 January 2011 Conference

The Conference will address a wide range of topics including, but not limited to, the following areas:
Culture in translation
Reception of Chinese literature in the world
Literary translation
Teaching translation
Critical studies of translation
Translation in the age of globalization
Film adaptation and translation

Submissions from all countries are warmly welcomed. Please submit an abstract with 200 – 300 words in Chinese or English by 30 July 2010. Applicants will be notified of their application status by 31 August 2010.

Selected papers will be considered for publication.

Conference fee:
Presenter HK$1,200 (or US$155)
(Inclusive of three lunches and welcome dinner)

Dr. Kelly Chan
School of Arts and Social Sciences
The Open University of Hong Kong
30 Good Shepherd Street, Homantin, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: 27685730
Fax: 23913184


30 Good Shepherd Street, Homantin
Hong Kong