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.

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Formalising supervision – A step towards better quality?

Formalising supervision – A step towards better quality? Christina Schäffner Aston University, Birmingham (Report from the Lisbon Congress round table on supervision, September 2004. Convenor: Andrew Chesterman)     The quality of postgraduate research in Translation Studies is of major concern to …

The psychological aspect of supervision

The psychological aspect of supervision Andrew Chesterman University of Helsinki (Report from the Lisbon Congress round table on supervision, September 2004. Convenor: Andrew Chesterman)     I discussed some of the psychological aspects of supervision, based on a Finnish book I had read when I started …

The editorial process through the looking glass

The editorial process through the looking glass Daniel Gile – Université Lumière Lyon 2 Gyde Hansen – Copenhagen Business School Published in Gyde, Hansen, Kirsten Malkmjær and Daniel Gile (eds). 2004. Claims, Changes and Challenges in Translation Studies. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 297-306. Abstract Editors of scholarly publications are gatekeepers who decide whether to publish manuscripts or not, but …

Standardization of supervision procedures: the cross-cultural perspective

Standardization of supervision procedures:the cross-cultural perspective Karen Bennett   Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Viseu   (Report from the Lisbon Congress round table on supervision, September 2004. Convenor: Andrew Chesterman)   What follows is a subjective response to the proposals recently raised …