Our department's Prof. Ebru Diriker, world-leading interpreting researcher and Rob Davidson, expert in trends in the events industry gave an interview for Inside Interpreting. They discuss the future of international events, how to be chosen by event managers and why all interpreters need to GET OUT OF THE BOOTH!
Our esteemed faculty Ena Hodzik's article titled 'Transitional Probability Effects on Prediction during Simultaneous Interpreting from German into English' is now available in 'Translation in the Digital Age Translation 4.0' published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing ! For further information http://www.cambridgescholars.com/translation-in-the-digital-age .
The new issue of TranscUlturAl Journal, which aims to represent innovative interdisciplinary scholarship at the intersection of Translation Studies and Cultural Studies, is now available online https://journals.library.ualberta.ca/tc/index.php/TC/issue/view/1943 . This issue is edited by our eminent professor Şehnaz Tahir Gürçağlar and focuses on 'Discourses of Retranslation'. One of the contributions in the same issue comes from Sema Üstün Külünk, PhD, a graduate of our doctorate program in translation studies.
Our part-time instructor Nigar Alemdar, who has been teaching interpreting courses at our department for years, has been granted the conference interpreter award by the Translation & Interpreting Association Turkey within the 2019 Translation Awards.
You are cordially invited to our online poetry reading event (via Zoom video conferencing), which will be held as part of our ‘Island in Translation II’ workshop on 12 September 2020. Please see our event poster below for further information.