Monthly Archives: September 2012

Machines translating poetry? Surely not!

Breaking the boundaries of machine translation, Google researchers get to grips with rythme and meter: click here for the full paper.

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Where are we now? Four decades of Translation Studies

In a recent article, Sanjun Sun & Gregory M. Shreve take stock of the origins of translation studies, its development, and try to ‘reconfigure’ a contemporary perspective. Click here for the full article.

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PhD success – congratulations Dr. Milan

We are delighted to announce another SALIS/CTTS PhD viva success. Michèle Milan successfully defended her PhD thesis on Monday17th September. The thesis is entitled: ‘Found in Translation: Franco-Irish Translation Relationships in Nineteenth Century Ireland’. The examiners were Dr. Eamon Ó Ciosáin … Continue reading

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