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Retos y oportunidades para nómadas digitales

En el contexto de la sociedad de la información, cobra especial relevancia el impacto directo de la digitalización sobre el mercado laboral. Algunas fuentes apuntan, no en vano, a que las rápidas transformaciones económicas (Caixabank Research, 2015) a las que … Continue reading

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Eugene Nida: Cultural Diversity and Bible Translation (1997)

Tradiling has been publishing lectures by Eugene Nida at the University of Vic. The recording below is probably from one of his last visits to Vic, in April 1997. Here he speaks about Bible translation, which was his central field of professional … Continue reading

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Eugene Nida: Sociolinguistics and Translating (1995)

Eugene Nida, one of the most eminent translation scholars of the the 20th century and a founder of modern translation studies, gave several lectures at the University of Vic towards the end of his life. University of Vic students were certainly … Continue reading

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Eugene Nida: The Relevance of Sociolinguistics to Translating and Interpreting

Continuing with our series of lectures on translation by Eugene Nida in Vic, in this video we see Nida discussing the process and product of Bible translation as a member of a panel of experts. His main contribution is from … Continue reading

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Eugene Nida: The Relevance of Sociolinguistics to Translating and Interpreting (03.11.1992)

The University of Vic has been training translators and interpreters for 20 years. To celebrate the anniversary, among other activities, we are republishing the lectures given by Eugene Nida in Vic between 1992 and 1997. These historic lectures are an … Continue reading

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