We would like to invite scholars, students and practitioners who want to associate themselves with translation studies in Africa to join ATSA. We conceptualise translation studies as wide as possible, including interpreting, intercultural communication, intersemiotic translation, multimodal communication, sociologies of translation and all other forms of rewriting and recreation.

If you are interested in becoming a member of ATSA, please complete this form.

Benefits to fully paid-up members:

  • A benefit aimed at Translation Studies scholars is the chance to advertise, by means of a 250-350 word abstract, an academic publication of your choice (book, journal article or PhD dissertation) on the ATSA website for one month. If you would like to make use of this benefit, please send an e-mail to Lelanie de Roubaix (lelaniederoubaix@gmail.com).

Membership fees for 2019

Fees payable are determined by country. Countries are divided into four different membership bands, as determined by GDP. Click here to view the complete list of countries in each membership band.

2019 Membership Fees:

Band 1 Countries: 30 USD

Band 2 Countries: 20 USD

Band 3 Countries: 10 USD

Band 4 Countries: 5 USD

Students: 5 USD (Proof of registration as a student must be e-mailed to Prof. Ilse Feinauer at aef@sun.ac.za.)

Membership fees for 2019 are payable by 31 July 2019. Please use the following banking details.

NAME OF ACCOUNT: ASSOCIATION FOR TRANSLATION STUDIES IN AFRICA

ACCOUNT NUMBER: 62691743746

BANK: FIRST NATIONAL BANK

BRANCH CODE: 250655

COUNTRY: SOUTH AFRICA

SWIFT CODE: FIRNZAJJ

REFERENCE: INITIALS+SURNAME+BAND CODE (1, 2, 3, 4; STUDENTS USE “S”) 

Proof of payment must be e-mailed to our treasurer, Prof Ilse Feinauer at aef@sun.ac.za.

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