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Sharon O'Brien (Photo: Julia Rolsted Stacey)

2016.09.16 | Conference

Rise of the Machines? Q&A With Sharon O'Brien

Will the machines ever become better than people at translating? We talked to Sharon O'Brien, keynote speaker at the 2016 Congress of the European Society of Translation Studies and senior lecturer in translation and language technology at the School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies, Dublin City University.

Sandra Hale (Photo: Julia Rolsted Stacey)

2016.09.16 | Conference

A Cross-Disciplinary Activity: Q&A With Sandra Hale

Interpreting and translating is necessarily about crossing inter-disciplinary borders, according to Sandra Hale, keynote speaker at the 2016 Congress of the European Society of Translation Studies, held at Aarhus University. We talked to Hale, who is Professor of Interpreting and Translation at the University of New South Wales in Sydney,…

Andrew Chesterman. (Photo: Julia Rolsted Stacey)

2016.09.16 | Conference

Borders and Boundaries: Q&A With Andrew Chesterman

Borders and boundaries top the agenda at the 2016 Congress of the European Society of Translation Studies, held at Aarhus University. We talked to one of the keynote speakers, Andrew Chesterman, professor emeritus at the University of Helsinki.

Photo from the first of the congress. (Credit: Julia Rolsted Stacey)

2016.09.15 | Conference

‘Boundaries’ key theme at translation studies congress

‘Boundaries’, in the broadest possible sense of the word, were a key theme when one of the world’s top translation studies congresses kicked off Thursday at Aarhus University. The overall theme of the congress, hosted by the Department of Business Communication at Aarhus BSS, is “Translation Studies: Moving Boundaries”.

Events

Fri 11 Nov
13:00-15:00 | Nobelparken, Building 1483, Room 454
Thesis proposal Morten Lundholm
TP by PhD student Morten Lundholm
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