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2018 Conference Information


The next annual NETA conference will be held on Saturday, April 28, 2018. We are holding the conference in collaboration with and at UMass Boston. The all-day event will be held in the same place as 2017: 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.

In 2018 we will once again have four tracks: one for translation, one for interpreting, one for auxiliary/support services (including technology), and one for student presentations.

Don't forget to like the event page on Facebook, and if you want to help with any organizational aspect, please email

Special workshop for experienced translators and interpreters the day after the conference this year, by our endnote speaker, Chris Durban:
Kickstart Your Business, April 29, 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education
two-for-one tickets till Feb. 16!



Aviva Chomsky

Salem State College Professor


A Country of Immigrants? Settler Colonialism, Immigration, and Race in the United States




Chris Durban

Translator, Author of Translation: Getting It Right


Filthy Lucre: Translators and Money










Gladys Matthews

President of NAJIT


Ethics or Professional Conduct?

Alexia Klein

Portuguese translator

Translating for a Minority Group: The Politics of Language

Eduardo Berinstein

ATA-certified translator

Introduction to Computer-Assisted Translation Tools


Steve Sanford

MA Trial Court interpreter


Skill-Building Strategies for Interpreters and Interpreter Trainers


Laura Balladur & Francisca Lopez

Bates College professors


Visible Violence


Heidi Cazes


I got 3,243,756,981 hits! How come I picked the wrong term? Assessing your sources in terminology research


Margarita Bekker

CCHI Chair


Demystifying Sight Translation in Healthcare Settings

Julie H. Tay

Considering Linguistic Racism and the Problematics of “Diversity” for Translators and Interpreters of English

Panel on Business Practices, with Tapani Ronni and others



Cynthia Peinado

Spanish interpreter


Informed Consent: A Patient’s Right and Responsibility




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