Heriot Watt University

 

CIUTI 2018 Conference Dinner

 

CIUTI Conference 2018 will be held at the Department of Languages and Intercultural Studies (LINCS) at Heriot-Watt University. The Centre of Translation and Interpreting Studies in Scotland (CTISS) within LINCS is a world-renowned centre of excellence in research in Translation and Interpreting Studies.

 

The full Translation and interpreting in an era of demographic and technological change Innovations in research, practice and training CIUTI 2018 conference programme is now online.

 

Keynote TranslationTranslation, Technology and Teaching. Charting a course in choppy waters. Prof. Dorothy Kenny, Dublin City University.

Keypanel InterpretingInterpreting theory and practice in dialogue. Prof Graham Turner, CTISS, Prof Claudia Angelelli, CTISS, Ms Delphine Jaouen, NHS Lothian, and Mr Martin Gallagher, Police Scotland.

 

Join us for the Scottish story-telling dinner on 30th May. The dinner will take place at Cannonball, a popular and award winning Scottish food restaurant with stunning views of Edinburgh Castle and The Royal Mile. Your evening will begin as all the best evenings do; with the warm Scottish welcome, famous the world over. You’ll be made to feel right at home in our dining room, with Edinburgh Castle as our neighbour. To start, you’ll enjoy traditional Scottish prose as our chefs prepare the freshest, finest food from our larder of locally sourced ingredients. You’ll hear all about the very icons that symbolise Scotland and how they came to be part of our character and culture. Saint Andrew, our national patron saint, our beautifully striking saltire flag and our prickly purple thistle, the flower of Scotland. And of course your host for the evening, dressed for the occasion, will tell you all about that curious Scottish skirt – better known as the kilt – the famous dress of the Scottish Highlands. Scotland’s myths, music and food are served at your table! Please choose from one of the menu options below, and also provide any dietary requirements you may have.

 

Scottish story-telling dinner (Option 1)

Starter: Findlay’s haggis with pickled turnip, Glengoyne whisky and Seville orange marmalade

Main: Scottish Cod filet, Cullen Skink soup with crispy leeks

Dessert: Red wine poached pear, vanilla rice pudding, cinnamon syrup

(Includes half bottle wine per person, Contini cafetiere coffee or Direct Trade tea with homemade tablet)

 

Scottish story-telling dinner (Option 2)

Starter: Carrot and orange soup, carrot crisps, toasted almond cream

Main: Roasted, pickled, puréed Jerusalem artichokes, herb spelt, crowdie bon bon, lime dressing

Dessert: Valrhona chocolate and orange mousse, hazelnut praline, lime cream

(Includes half bottle wine per person, Contini cafetiere coffee or Direct Trade tea with homemade tablet)

 

You can access a PDF version of the menu here.

 

If you have any questions about the conference that is taking place on the 30th and 31st May, please email CIUTIconference2018@hw.ac.uk and the organising committee will get back to you.

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