Author Archives: Richard Samson

Richard Samson

About Richard Samson

I’m a teacher living in Osona, Spain. I'm into tennis, dogs, and chickens. I’m also interested in translation and Moodle (well, digital tools for teaching, in general).

Normalising translation in film

At the end of this month the Trafilm conference will take place in Barcelona. Coinciding with this event, I decided to write this film-related post. I’m not the first, and I won’t be the last, to comment on the well-attested observation … Continue reading

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Open-access translation research journals

Today the latest issue of Parallèles,  the journal of research in translation and interpreting of the Faculty of Translation and Interpreting of the University of Geneva, came out. A brief look at the contents shows that there is something here for … Continue reading

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Reunió o sessió?

Quina expressió faries servir, convocatòria de reunió o convocatòria de sessió? Doncs, si penses com jo, difícilment voldràs invertir temps en un tema com aquest. Però d’altres sí es preocupen per aquest tema. Es tracta del Consorci per a la … Continue reading

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IATE Term of the Week: fake news

For some time now the Terminology Coordination Service of the European Parliament, IATE, has been featuring a weekly item. A recent item was fake news, selected as Word of the Year (WOTY) by the Australian Macquarie dictionary, from among many other … Continue reading

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Slam de traducció. Batalla de traduccions en viu

El dia internacional de la traducció és el 30 de setembre, el dia de Sant Jeroni, el traductor de la Bíblia que es considera el patró dels traductors/es. Cada any hi ha diverses iniciatives entorn a aquesta efemèride, impulsada internacionalment … Continue reading

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