Friday 3 July, 5.30pm, at the WEA, 59 Gloucester Street, Christchurch. Topics: Information from the NZSTI Conference and gathering your input and ideas.
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Applications are invited for an Associate Professor level position in Translation Studies in the School of Cultures, Languages and Linguistics.
Magna Carta Beyond the Commonwealth: Migration and Refugees
Starts 9th July, 6:45pm, Business School/Owen G Glenn Building
On repercussions on and benefits of legal supports and insurances for those who work as an interpreter and/or translator... and the role of T/I associations.
From Absolutism to Liberalism. Or, from state regulation to market deregulation
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