Translation Studies Research Forum 2014
This year's Translation Studies Research Forum is taking place Tuesday 13 May. Find more details on the event page.
Translation Studies Research Forum 2013
2013 Translation Studies Research Forum took place on Tuesday 28 May and featured world-renowned translation studies scholar Michael Cronin. Michael Cronin, a Professor in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Dublin City University, is the author of numerous books on translation, including Translation in the Digital Age (2012), Translation Goes to the Movies (2009), Translation and Identity (2006), Translation and Globalization (2003), and Across the Line: Travel, Language, Translation (2000).
Translation Studies Research Forum 2012
2012 Translation Studies Research Forum was held on Tuesday 22 May and was well attended by staff, postgraduate students and visiting scholars from across the College of Arts and Law. After informal presentations from staff and students, and tea, participants enjoyed a lecture by our distinguished guest Susan Bassnett. A Professor of Comparative Literature in the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies at the University of Warwick, Susan Bassnett is a leading figure internationally in the field, and her publications include the seminal textbook Translation Studies (3rd ed 2002). She has also (co-) written or edited Translation, History and Culture (1990), Constructing Cultures: Essays on Literary Translation (1996), Postcolonial Translation: Theory and Practice (1998), The Translator as Writer (2006), Translation in Global News (2008), and Political Discourse, Media and Translation (2010).
Translation Studies Research Forum 2009
The inaugural Translation Studies Research Forum was held on Monday 8 June 2009 and was attended by 25 colleagues from a wide range of subject specialisms across the College of Arts and Law. The event was an opportunity for participants to share information about their research interests and current projects and to make connections between the diverse areas of specialism represented. The guest speaker was Theo Hermans, Professor of Dutch and Comparative Literature at University College London. Professor Hermans is a leading figure in translation studies both nationally and internationally, and his books include Translation in Systems: Descriptive and System-Oriented Approaches Explained (1999), The Babel Guide to Dutch and Flemish Literature in English Translation (2002), and The Conference of Tongues (2007).