Category Archives: Congresses, journals and research

Online symposium newbies. Internationalisation and Intercultural Competence in Higher Education: Quality and Innovation 

It was way out of our comfort zone but we got through our first online symposium on 4th and 5th March with relatively few hiccoughs. I am a member of the organising committee so hardly impartial, but it was great … 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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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 … Continue reading

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Poca calidad comunicativa

Imaginemos una situación. Pensemos en una autoridad. Podría ser, por ejemplo, un docente, que quiere hacer pasar por un mal momento a una persona sujeta a su autoridad, por ejemplo, un estudiante, mediante una comunicación escrita. ¿Cuáles serían los mecanismos … Continue reading

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Open access translation journals

October brought two items of welcome news with regard to open access translation journals. First, we saw the latest issue of Parallèles posted online. Quoting from the web, “It features articles on the use of CAT tools by professional translators, … Continue reading

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