Registration is now closed, and the organizers are delighted to announce that 444 participants have registered for the congress; most of them (390) will meet physically in Oslo, while 54 will attend digitally.
Last but not least, we introduce our fourth guest speaker at the EST Oslo Congress. An expert on interpreting and blended learning courses, immigration and remote video mediated interpretation, Hanne Skaaden is a top research on her field and an excellent practitioner.
In addition to our international guest speakers, we have two local guest speakers as well. The first one is Senior lecturer Cristina Gomez-Baggethun from the Center for Ibsen Studies at the University of Oslo.
Registration is mandatory for any participant in the EST22 Oslo Congress. Additionally, a registration fee must be fully paid within the given deadline in order to complete the process and be considered as a participant.
We would like to welcome to our second confirmed guest speaker, Michael Cronin, a specialist on translation studies from Trinity College in Dublin.
The EST Board has decided to award 20 Travel Grants, at EUR 500 each, to make it possible for early-stage TIS researchers to attend the EST Congress in Oslo from 22-24 June 2022.
The next EST Young Scholar Prize will be presented at the EST Congress in Oslo in June 2022. The prize is awarded for an excellent and significant contribution to Translation and Interpreting Studies, such as a doctoral thesis or equivalent monograph, not necessarily published, by a young scholar.
EST congresses are a unique opportunity to bring together numerous specialists in very diverse areas of Translation Studies. Do not miss this opportunity and participate as a presenter with a paper or a poster. We are looking forward to seeing you in Oslo!
We would like to welcome to our first confirmed guest speaker, Jemina Napier, a specialist on sign language and communication from Heriot-Watt University.
One year to GO! We celebrate that we have one year left to welcome you to the 10th EST Congress in Oslo with this countdown timer.
The EST22 Scientific Committee brings a highly competent international group of scholars to the Congress. Cecilia Alvstad (Stockholm University) leads the team and brings her vision about the challenges in the field of Translation Studies and shares her expectations and enthusiasm on the incoming EST Congress at Oslo in 2022.
The local organising committee for the 10th EST Congress in Oslo 2022 has diverse representation – starting with being a cross institutional cooperation between the University of Oslo (UiO) founded in 1811 and Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet) acquiring university status in 2018.
EST congresses are a unique opportunity to bring together numerous specialists in very diverse areas of Translation Studies. Do not miss this opportunity and participate as a panel convener. We are looking forward to seeing you in Oslo!