This one-day multidisciplinary research symposium will examine the connections between education, migration and translation.
Date for the conference
Sunday 26 November 2017
Professor Michael Singh (Centre for Educational Research, Western Sydney University)
Call for papers
The organisers welcome proposals for 20-minute presentations that examine the connections between education, migration and translation.
Here are a few of the topics within the scope of the conference: translation of ideas, communication beyond language, intercultural communication, untranslatability, 'otherness', colonial and postcolonial perspectives, language survival and maintenance, resilience. Please see the call for paper information document for more information.
Download the call for paper information and details (PDF, 546KB)
Abstracts and a short biography
The deadline for abstracts and a short biography (200–250 words) is 30 June 2017.
Abstracts should be submitted in English, or English and another language as appropriate, to
The conference registration fee is $25 to cover catering.
For those not presenting, we will need confirmation of attendance for catering purposes by 31 October 2017.
Register for the Education, Migration and Translation research symposium.
Go to information about temporary accommodation options.
New Zealand Asian Studies Society conference
The symposium will be held immediately before the New Zealand Asian Studies Society conference beginning Monday 27 November.
Go to the New Zealand Asian Studies Society conference website.