- Collaboration between DCU Postgraduates and World Intellectual Property Organization
- Research Seminar by Dr Mary Phelan on ‘Language and Power in Irish courts in the Nineteenth Century’, co-organised by Heriot-Watt University and Edinburgh University in Edinburgh, 1st November 2017.
- Japanese Poetry and Prose in Translation Event – 2pm, 2 December in Room HG18, Dublin City University
- Dr Sharon O’Brien invited to chair a panel at the DGT’s “Translating Europe Forum”, to be held in Brussels on November 6th and 7th.
- Presentation by Dr Joss Moorkens at conference on Translation and Disruption at the University of Portsmouth on 4 November 2017
Monthly Archives: June 2014
Call for Submissions Panel: Corpus-based Translation Studies – innovations in the new digital age Convened by Marion Winters and Sofia Malamatidou http://www.iatis.org/index.php/iatis-belo-horizonte-conference/item/1004-panel-20 For the 2015 conference of the International Association for Translation & Intercultural Studies, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 7-10 July … Continue reading
Translators at Work: Ergonomic Approaches to Translation Practice and TrainingUniversité Stendhal Grenoble 5-6 March 2015 See link below for further details: CfP_Grenoble_2015_Translation_Ergonomics_EF
For any prospective students looking for a master’s course in translation, you may wonder why you would select DCU. Here are some really good reasons for doing so: The MA in Translation Studies and MSc in Translation Technology have both … Continue reading
Researchers affiliated with the CTTS and CNGL at DCU, in collaboration with researchers in Brazil and industry, have won “best paper” at the EAMT 2014 conference (European Association for Machine Translation)! The paper entitled “Does post-editing increase usability? A study … Continue reading
DCU is the only Irish university to receive the prestigious European Master’s in Translation (EMT) label in 2014. Both the MA in Translation Studies and the MSc in Translation Technology have been awarded this label by the European Commission. This … Continue reading