The International Doctorate in Translation Studies is formed with ten foundation members.
Representatives of ten doctoral programs in Translation Studies met at the EST Congress in Aarhus, where the foundation of the network was announced.
The ten programs are from the following universities: Antwerp, Aston, Bar-Ilan, Boğaziçi, Bologna (Forlì), Geneva, Jagiellonian University Krakow, Leeds, Ljubljana, and Vienna.
from left, back row: Karlheinz Spitzl,
Vienna University (Austria); Sara Ramos Pinto, Leeds
University (UK); Özlem Berk, Boğaziçi University (Turkey);
Nike Pokorn, Ljubljana University (Slowenia); Lucia Ruiz
Rosendo, Geneva University (Switzerland); Fernando Prieto
Ramos, Geneva University (Switzerland) Aline Ramael, Antwerp
from left front row: Maria Piotrowska,
Jagiellonian University, Krakow (Poland); Christopher Rundle,
Bologna University, Forli (Italy;) Rachel Weissbord, Bar-Ilan
University (Israel); Isabelle Robert, Antwerp University (Belgium).
ID-TS is a worldwide network of existing doctoral Translation Studies programs or doctoral programs that include a Translation Studies component.
The chief aim of the network is to achieve international cooperation in the field of doctoral education in order to promote higher quality in student recruitment, program content and delivery, research design, publication of research, and mobility and placement. These aims and the activities of the network are specified in the ID-TS Foundation Document.
For more information: ID-TS