The next annual NETA conference will be held on Saturday, May 6, 2017. We are once again holding the conference in collaboration with and at UMass Boston. The all-day event will be held in the same place as 2016: UMass Boston’s Campus Center, a contemporary building with wonderful natural light and views of the harbor. The university is easily accessible by car and public transportation, and you won’t pay city parking prices. See Logistics and Details under Conference, above, for more information.
Whether you are a regular NETA conference attendee, a new member or a nonmember looking to find out more about NETA, this is the place to be in May! There is no need to reside in New England; we welcome attendees, exhibitors and sponsors from around the world. Most presentations will be language-neutral, and we guarantee that you’ll learn something new. At the end of the day, all conference registrants, presenters, sponsors, and exhibitors are invited to a closing reception.
2017 Conference Theme: Translating and Interpreting as Access: What We Provide Matters
• Keynote speaker: Professor Christopher Larkosh, from UMass Dartmouth.
A separate room for exhibitors will allow them to showcase their products or services at prescheduled time slots.
What are you waiting for? Register for an amazing day with your favorite colleagues and help make our 21st conference the best yet. Don't forget to log in first if you are a NETA member.
Conference Book Table
The 2017 conference committee has decided to have a book table again this year where NETA's published translators and authors can display their works. Milena Vitali-Charewicz is organizing the table for a third time.
Don’t miss the opportunity to participate in our book exhibit.
Please contact Milena to submit the names of your titles or to ask questions about this aspect of our conference.
Online payments can be made via credit card with PayPal; no PayPal account is required.