Congratulations to the following translators for the three winning proposals for the 2022 Translation Prize: Oleksandr Kalnychenko (V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University) and Brian James Baer (Kent State University) Terje Loogus (University of Tartu) Chiara Bucaria (University of Bologna) More information can be found here.
The EST Translation Prize (EUR 2,000) is awarded biannually for the most deserving project to translate key texts in Translation Studies (including research on interpreting and localization). Read the rules and conditions here. The deadline is 1 October 2022.
Mary Nurminen (Tampere) for “Investigating the Influence of Context in the Use and Reception of Raw Machine Translation” and Raphael Sannholm (Stockholm) for “Translation, Teamwork and Technology. The Use of Social and Material Scaffolds in the Translation Process” are the proud recipients of the Young Scholar Prize 2022. The other finalists, from a total of …
The program is available here, on the Oslo Congress 2022 website, and will be updated regularly between now and the start of the Congress. Many thanks to the local organizing committee, who have been working hard to make this event another memorable EST Congress.
We would like to invite you to contribute to a new section in the newsletter – The EST Research Incubator – by submitting short reports on your new or ongoing projects. We believe that in such an active research community as the EST, it would be beneficial to share information about our planned or newly-started …
Find out more about the requirements and conditions of the upcoming calls here: Young Scholar Prize, Travel Grants to the EST 2022 Congress in Oslo, and the Open Access Prize. The committees are looking forward to receiving qualified applications.