MC2 Lab 2020-21 lecture series on behalf of UNIBO’s DIT
On behalf of UNIBO’s Department of Interpreting & Translation the Laboratory for Multilectal Mediated Communication and Cognition presents the DIT’s 2020-21 lectures series Food for Thought on Cognitive Translation & Intepreting Studies.
All lectures will be by MC2 Lab members in English, online, through Zoom, on Thursdays at 12:30 CET/CEST,
once a month.
Here is the program
15/10/2020 – Christian Olalla-Soler – Once upon a time… Measuring the history of translation, interpreting and cognition
12/11/2020 – Bogusława Whyatt – Directionality in translation and interpreting
18/02/2021 – Elisabet Tiselius – What’s in a name? Would that which we call an interpreter by any other name talk as sweet?
18/03/2021 – Ana Ma. Rojo López – Not every translation decision is guided by logic—emotions also play a part
15/04/2021 – Sun Sanjun – Text complexity and translation difficulty
13/05/2021 – Álvaro Marín García (The making of translation experts), Sandra Halverson (First, fast, and frequent: what makes some translation choices easy?), Round table and closing remarks Ricardo Muñoz (The MC2 Lab as a hub for many a research enterprise)
More info on this TREC-endorsed lectures in the enclosed flyer and at the series website.
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