Medieval Translator 2010
In Principio Fuit Interpres
The Cardiff Conference on the Theory and Practice of Translation in the Middle Ages
Padova 23-27 July 2010
Online Registration Now Open
Registration fees (prices in euros)
The basic fee includes: participation to the conference, coffee breaks, lunch on Friday 23 July, cocktails on Saturday 24 and Tuesday 27 July, access to publishers' offers and discounts, free visit to the Cappella degli Scrovegni and the Giotto frescoes and to the old university including Galileo Galilei's desk and the anatomical theatre.
Basic fee Academics: 130.00 (early bird); 160.00 (after 30 April 2010)
Basic fee Students (including PhD students): 80.00 (early bird); 100.00 (after 30 April 2010)
FORMAL DINNER, 40.00
The formal dinner will take place on Monday 26 July at a lovely restaurant in the city centre.
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On Sunday 25 July we will relax with our traditional one-day trip. We shall wander around the Euganean Hills, visiting Praglia and its monastery (with a laboratory for the restoration of manuscripts); Arquà, a lovely medieval town where Petrarch spent the last years of his life and is now buried; and Monselice, yet another medieval town whose castle holds a fascinating collection of weapons. For lunch we shall be visiting the local wine producer. The fee includes the coach fare, lunch, and entrance to Petrarch's house, Monselice Castle and the Praglia abbey.
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