Archivo del Autor: Richard Samson

Richard Samson

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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).

Juneteenth

Juneteenth, a portmanteau word derived from “June nineteenth”, is the anniversary of the proclamation in Texas on 19 June 1865 that freed the last slaves in the USA at the close of the Civil War. Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 … Sigue leyendo

Publicado en Anniversaries, Culture, Word reference | Deja un comentario

Cuando la tormenta pase

En momentos difíciles, la poesía puede ser un consuelo. El siguiente poema se atribuye, quizás erróneamente, a Mario Benedetti, el poeta uruguayo.  Hace unos días, me enviaron la siguiente grabación de una versión acortada, en boca de la directora teatral … Sigue leyendo

Publicado en English, Spanish, Translation | Deja un comentario

Coronavirus keywords

We have all been knocked sideways by the outbreak of Coronavirus. Here are some basic terms so that, if and when we get out of this mess, we can talk about it with due propriety. The article is inspired by … Sigue leyendo

Publicado en Catalan, English, Spanish, Word reference | Deja un comentario

Cognitive Translation and Interpreting Studies International Summer School

Tradiling is pleased to announce the Cognitive Translation and Interpreting Studies International Summer School, scheduled for 15-26 June, at the University of Bologna. The Summer School is the initiative, in large part, of Professor Ricardo Muñoz Martín, who recently took … Sigue leyendo

Publicado en Congresses, journals and research, Postgraduate studies | Deja un comentario

Qui és Núria Parés?

Aquest és el títol d’una notícia que va aparèixer fa un temps a Vilaweb. Les persones que segueixen Tradiling no tindran dificultat en identificar la Núria, exestudiant de Traducció a casa nostra (UVic), perquè ja hem tingut l’oportunitat de parlar … Sigue leyendo

Publicado en Catalan, Profession, Spanish, Translation | Deja un comentario