The conference will focus primarily, but not solely, on changes that have been caused or accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic in the T&I landscape. We welcome presentations on the impact of the current pandemic that fit but are not limited to the following sub-themes:

  • T&I and Social Media
  • T&I Pedagogical Trends and Traditions 
  • T&I Professional Trends and Praxis
  • T&I and Safety Protocols in Healthcare
  • T&I in the Arab World After the Pandemic
  • T&I Digitized Work Places and Data Security
  • Audiovisual Translation and Beyond
  • T&I, Diversity and Accessibility
  • Changes in Teaching: Online delivery and Blended Learning in T&I
  • T&I, Cultural, Linguistic, and Social Consequences
  • Pandemic Pedagogy and Comparative Perspectives
  • Selflessness, Hospitality and Identity
  • Memory and Commemoration


Key dates:

  • Deadline for Submission (Abstract): January 22, 2021
  • Notification of Acceptance: February 21, 2021
  • Conference Dates:  March 24, 2021


Instructions for Submission of Abstracts:

Interested authors are invited to submit an abstract in MS Word, (approximately 400 words in English in APA style and in Arabic). Presentations should be 20 minutes, concluding with 10 minutes for a Q&A session.

Submissions must include the following information:

  • Name of Author(s)
  • Affiliation
  • E-mail Address of Corresponding Author

Selected papers will be eligible for publication in a themed issue of The Journal of Internationalization and Localization (John Benjamins) that will be dedicated to the 11th International Translation Conference. It will be the 10 (1) issue and will be out in 2023.


Abstract Submission:

Submission is now closed. 



For further information, please direct your enquiries to Mrs Charlene Domingo: