Talk by Julie Rose - Thursday 10 April

Award-winning translator Julie Rose - jointly hosted by the UOA, NZSTI, AUT and NZ Centre for Literary Translation, at University of Auckland.

SLIANZ Technology PD Evening

Auckland. Run by Noreen Smith. Come and join the 21st Century!


REGISTRATIONS are now open for the NZSTI Annual Conference in Auckland, June 21-22. Provisional Programme available.


7 May - 9.30am to 4.00pm - Pioneer Women’s and Ellen Melville Hall - Auckland CBD

Sign Language Events and News

1. Deafblind Communication Workshop - Auckland 29 March, Christchurch 30 March
2. SLIANZ CONFERENCE 2014, July 5 & 6, Auckland.  Click for Conference flyer 

UOA MA in Translation Studies now available

A Master of Arts in Translation Studies at University of Auckland is now available in 2014.

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