‘SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS: VISION 2030’
(ISLIA 10th anniversary conference)
Call for abstracts
Abstracts are invited from national and International scholars/interpreters/professionals working in the field of Sign Language/ Deaf Studies/ Sign Linguistics/ Media studies/ Deaf Education and related fields.
Keeping in mind the research and development work in India and the Indian sub-continent we expect abstracts from both scientific and non-scientific field of studies. Researchers already engaged with scholarly work and professionals engaged in the field are welcome to submit their scientific and non-scientific work for the conference. We encourage everyone working in the field to submit something worth learning for others. We have a number of sub themes for you to think before submitting your abstract.
# Principles of Interpreting
# Introduction and Challenges Educational Interpreting
# Standard and testing of Interpreting
# Art & Science features of Interpreting
# Policies and Practice of Interpreting
# Linguistics principles and Parameters of Interpreting
# Principles and practice: Interpreting and Bilingual Education
# my experience growing up as CODA interpreter
# my journey into the world of sign language and deaf culture
# the experience which me memorable for me / which I will remember a life time/ experience in my career/life related to interpreting/sign language/deaf community.
# working solo and in group, an experience of a new comer.
# Psychological case studies of interpreters.
# And lots more you can think of. Just consult someone who you think can help you out.
In addition you can think of various action plans/topics/ seminar related to the Theme of the conference Sign Language Interpreters: Vision 2030. If you have an innovative idea/ something may be imported/learned elsewhere please email us and discuss. We might be able to organise separate parallel workshop/ fringe meetings to facilitate innovative ideas. Feel free to contact us and come forward to discuss please! Please!.
You can submit your abstract
Last date to submit 31st October 2018
Announcement of successful presentation 7th November 2018