Author Archives: 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).

Cognitive Translation and Interpreting Studies International Summer School

Take 2! We published this item in March last year but the initiative was cancelled because  of the Covid-19 health crisis. Cancelled? Not exactly. The Cognitive Translation and Interpreting Studies International Summer School has been reconvened online for 14 – … Continue reading

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New hope and new life

Adpated from Cherubino, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons, Four_Poplars_in_four_seasons.JPG Tradiling wishes new hope and new life to all our readers!

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Translators in the spotlight

The invisibility of the translator is a commonplace. The profession is notoriously lacking in glamour and recognition. But on occasion translators are put in the spotlight and theirs can become a dangerous profession: not because of excellent work or tireless … Continue reading

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Open webinar translation season

Cápsulas de traducción is a series of online conversations between prestigious specialists in various fields of translation and teaching staff of the UVic-UCC Department of Translation, Interpreting and Applied Languages. #conversatrad2021 The season opens on 23 February at 17:00 with … Continue reading

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Open journals and events

January is a good month to take stock of supplementary reading and activities of possible interest over the coming months. At Tradiling we have occasionally published book reviews of interest to language, translation and culture specialists, and we are plan … Continue reading

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