European Society for Translation Studies

Founded in Vienna in 1992, the Society now has members in more than 46 countries. It functions as a network for research, a forum for exchange, and a center for research resources.

What’s new?

Call for contributions: Emerging Voices

We are always interested in receiving text proposals for our Newsletter column Emerging Voices in Translation Studies, which features new EST scholars. Please help us spread our call to current PhD students or recent post-docs, who should refer to these…

EST2025 Congress website live!

Keep up with all the news about the next EST Congress, to be held in Leeds from Monday, June 30, until Friday, July 4, 2025. More information can be found here…

Summer School Scholarship: apply by May 31st

The deadline for the Summer School Scholarship is fast approaching! More details can be found here…

Attention! Phishing mails in circulation

A number of our members have recently received email messages supposedly from our President, asking for help in a financial matter related to EST. Be assured that the only message you will ever receive from us about money is at…

New Chair of the Danica Seleskovitsch Association

Congratulations to Clare Donovan, who was elected Chair of the Danica Seleskovitsch Association (DSA) as Edgar Wieser’s successor last month. Clare is a conference interpreter, has a PhD in interpreting studies, is the former head of the interpreting unit at…