A tale of two conferences

I recently returned to Sheffield for the first time in nearly forty years to attend the Institute of Translation and Interpreting Conference 2019. Sheffield is a city built on the fine steel industry, and when I was a student there it was a city in decline, but on my recent visit I was impressed with the wonderfully revitalised city centre. The conference was held in Cutlers’ Hall, the Victorian headquarters of the Company of Cutlers. It is a very grand but also comfortable building and provided a wonderful, historic backdrop to a very successful conference.

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