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YourTerm FOOD Project on: Food Service and Food Processing

Project Language(s):  EN

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Coordinator:

Eliza Claudia Filimon, PhD is a Senior Lecturer of English at the West University of Timișoara, Romania.

She teaches Audio-Visual Translation, Literary Translation and Film Studies. She organizes a yearly Literary Translation contest for Students, Shades of Meaning, and has involved her students in international translation and creative writing projects.

 

Students
Maria Caraman 1st year BA, Modern Applied Languages
Andrada Galanton 1st year BA, Modern Applied Languages
Theodora Lucaci 3rd year BA, Language and Literature
Lorena Lupu 1st year BA, Modern Applied Languages
Ciprian Meteș 1st year MA, Theory and Practice of Translation
Bianca Petcu 1st year BA, Modern Applied Languages
Sonia Schopp 1st year BA, Modern Applied Languages
Emilia Turlea 1st year BA, Modern Applied Languages

 

 

Degree Course: Theory and Practice of Translation, Modern Applied Languages, Language and Literature.

West University of Timișoara – Romania 

YourTerm FOOD Project on: Food Safety

Project Language(s): EN

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Coordinator:
Rui Sousa-Silva is assistant professor of the Faculty of Arts and researcher at the Linguistics Centre (CLUP) of the University of Porto. He obtained a degree in Translation and a Masters in Terminology and Translation, both awarded by the Faculty of Arts of the University of Porto, and a PhD in Applied Linguistics from Aston University (Birmingham, UK), where he submitted his thesis on Forensic Linguistics: ‘Detecting Plagiarism in the Forensic Linguistics Turn’. He studied cross-cultural attitudes to plagiarism, and proposed an approach to translingual plagiarism detection. He is a member of the Scientific Committee of the Masters in Translation and Language Services of the University of Porto (Member of the EMT – European Masters in Translation network and co-editor with Professor Malcolm Coulthard of the international bilingual journal Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito).
Students:
Ana Carolina Ferreira Cardoso
Gonçalo Oliveira Lopes
Joana Cardoso Coelho
Luciano da Silva Duarte
Ricardo Baptista Melo

Degree Course:

Course Unit: 

Department of Portuguese and Romance Studies, Faculty of Arts of the University of Porto

Uni Warsaw

YourTerm FOOD Project on: Food Service and Food Processing

Project Language(s): PL

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Coordinator:
Łucja Biel is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Applied Linguistics, University of Warsaw, Poland. She was a Visiting Lecturer on the MA in Legal Translation at City University London from 2009 to 2014, and an Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Specialized Translation and a board member of the European Society for Translation Studies. She has been an English-Polish legal and business translator since 1997. She holds an MA in English/TS (Jagiellonian University of Kraków), PhD in Linguistics (University of Gdańsk), Diploma in English and EU Law (University of Cambridge) and School of American Law diploma (Chicago-Kent School of Law and UG). She published in The Translator, Perspectives, Meta, Jostrans, Fachsprache, Terminology and a research monograph Lost in the Eurofog. The Textual Fit of Translated Law (Peter Lang, 2014).
Students:

Magdalena Duda

Piotr Knop, Łukasz Con

Artiom Rudnik

Małgorzata Duszka

Natalia Kowalska

Julia Ignyś

Degree Course: Institute of Applied Linguistics, University of Warsaw

Course Unit: Specialised Translation

YourTerm FOOD Project on: Vitiviniculture

Project Language(s): ES

Project coming soon! 

Coordinator:
Balbuena Torezano, M. del Carmen is an associate Professor in Translation Studies. She leads the research group Hum-947 “Text, Science and Translation” and has been the principal investigator and Director of the research projects Minne-Lexikon: A Dictionary of Terms and Themes of Religious and Secular Lyrical Poetry in Middle Ages and WeinApp: A Multilingual System for Information and Resources about Wine. She is also the Founding Editor of the academic journals Skopos and Estudios Franco-Alemanes, as well as the Head of the international Conference Congreso Internacional “Ciencia y Traducción”. She is the Editor-in-chief of the series Translation, Text and Interferences, and Lengua, Literatura y Traducción – LeLiTrad. She supervised more than fifty final essays at BA and Master level and several doctoral thesis about legal and institutional translation, translation of literature, scientific and technical translation and social mediation. Her working languages are German and English. She has been author of many contributions in specialized journals, books and book chapters included in Scholar Publishing Index (SPI).
Her research focuses on:
• Specialized translation and terminology (medicine and health, agriculture and food, and public safety)
• Translation of Literature and Human Sciences (literature, music, journalism, and arts)
• Hybrid texts and their translation

Degree Course: Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, University of Córdoba

Course Unit: BA in Translation and Interpreting / MA in Specialized Translation

Experts: Research Group HUM´947 “Text, Knowledge and Translation”

Álvarez Jurado, Manuela

Álvarez Jurado, Manuela

Castellano Martínez, José María

Cobos López, Ingrid

El Herch, Sabah

Luque Janodet, Francisco

Montes Sánchez, Alba

Moreno Paz, María del Carmen

Policastro Ponce, Gisella

Ramírez Almansa, Isidoro

Ruiz Mezcua, Aurora

YourTerm FOOD Project on: Vitiviniculture

Project Language(s): IT, FR

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Coordinator:
Federica Vezzani is assistant professor – RTDa (non-tenured) – at the Department of Linguistics and Literary Studies of the University of Padua. Her main research interests are: Terminology, Terminography and Specialized Translation. In particular, she focuses on the management of multilingual terminology according to ISO standard for terminology, and she has developed the FAIR terminology paradigm for the optimal organization of findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable terminological data. 


Students:

ANDREA GIUSEPPE TOMMASI
FEDERICA PAPI
SILVIA SALOMONE
CECILIA SALOMONE
ALESSIA PEGORARO
BARBARA PERIN
ELENA CIPOLAT GOTET
CAMILLA CECCATO
MONICA FEDELI

ASIA VENTILI
VALENTINA LEONETTI
BENEDETTA MUNARI
BEATRICE PAVIN
ELENA CATERINA SCIACCA
ELENA PRADE
ALESSIA BARBANTI
RENATA CARLI
MARIA PIA ZAPPATERRA

SARA SILECCHIA
ANTONELLA CASCARANO

AURORA FERSINI
LAURA FRANCO
CHIARA DI MAIO
FRANCESCA PIETROBONI
SIMONA MARISA RATTI

SOFIA BERTINI
NUR SALEHAN
MARGHERITA VACCARI
ANDREA BERNARDIS
TOFFEE ELENI VANELLI

Degree Course: Second cycle degree in Modern languages for communication and international cooperation. 

Course Unit: French Specialized Translation 2, Department of Linguistics and Literary Studies, University of Padua

YourTerm FOOD Project on: Novel Foods and New Eating Habits

Project Language(s): EN – IT– ES – FR 

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Coordinator:
Raffaella Antinucci is Associate Professor of English Literature at the University of Naples “Parthenope”. Her main areas of research include Victorian culture and fiction, comparative literatures, and corpus stylistics. She is the author of a monograph on the literary representations of the Victorian gentleman (2009) and of a study on Jane Austen’s Emma (2018). She has co-edited a volume on maritime terminology and sea literature (Navigating Maritime Languages and Narratives, Peter Lang, 2017) and a collection of essays on the terminology of traditional Neapolitan arts and crafts (Cambridge Scholars, 2019). She is a member of CUSVE (Centre for Victorian and Edwardian Studies) and of the editorial board of the academic journal «Traduttologia».

Degree Course: PhD in “European Languages and Specialized Terminology

Course Unit: Applied Research Project

Università degli Studi di Napoli “Parthenope”

universita di Trieste

YourTerm FOOD Project on: Food Safety

Project Language(s): EN, ES

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Coordinator:
José Francisco Medina Montero è Laureato, “Licenciado de Grado” e Dottore di ricerca in Filologia Ispanica (opzione Lingua Spagnola) presso l’Universidad de Extremadura (Spagna) e Professore Ordinario di Lingua e traduzione – Lingua spagnola (Settore scientifico-disciplinare L-LIN/07) presso il Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche, del Linguaggio, dell’Interpretazione e della Traduzione dell’Università degli Studi di Trieste. La sua attività di ricerca è orientata verso lo studio della Lingua spagnola (nel suo doppio ambito di studio: diacronico e sincronico) come prima e seconda lingua, della Linguistica contrastiva italiano-spagnolo-italiano e della Traduzione italiano-spagnolo-italiano. È autore di più di 50 lavori che comprendono articoli, libri ecc. che approfondiscono diversi aspetti delle linee di ricerca sopraccitate. Ha partecipato come relatore a più di 60 conferenze in Italia, Spagna, Argentina, Serbia, Germania, Francia, Romania, Polonia, Croazia, Perù, Paraguay e Messico. Membro o ricercatore principale di 17 progetti di ricerca finanziati, appartiene a 5 comitati editoriali e scientifici di riviste scientifiche e ha fatto parte di 25 comitati organizzatori e scientifici di convegni internazionali. Presso l’Università degli Studi di Trieste è stato Coordinatore del Corso di Laurea Triennale in Comunicazione Interlinguistica Applicata, Delegato del Rettore Mobilità Internazionale e Collaboratore del Rettore Relazioni Internazionali. Da dicembre 2021 è Direttore scientifico del Centro Linguistico di Ateneo.
Students:

Roberta Cavaglià

Camilla Leonardi

Francesca Accogli

Alide De Felice

Giorgia Facca

Larissa Moyola

Stefano Vazzola

Giulia Cortopassi

Vittoria Belloni

Francesca Egidio

Emanuel Zanirato

Enrico Lorenzon

Eleonora Manicone

Mirella Bufano

Federica Uberti

Nicole Centofanti

Diletta Curtarello

Marta Zanobini

Federica Ferro

Alessia Quassolo

Chiara Sarni

Niccolò Dalla Francesca

Degree Course: Traduzione specialistica e interpretariato di conferenza

YourTerm EDU Project on: Food Safety & Novel Food and New Eating Habits

Project Language(s): EN – UK

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Coordinator:
Olga Tarasova, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of Germanic Languages and Translation Studies, Faculty of International Relations and Law,
Khmelnytskyi National University

Students:

Olga Bartenieva
Anna Vozniuk
Artem Goloborodko
Alona Horbatiuk
Yulia Gorgulko
Valeria Huz
Iryna Zelinska
Neonila Ilnytska
Daria Koval
Victoria Koruniak
Veronika Kuzin
Olga Loburenko
Anastasia Loryns
Luiza Palahniuk
Solomia Savka
Alexandra Semianiv
Dana Taraban
Olga Uspenska
Alexandra Tsapura
Daria Shakula

Degree Course: Bachelor’s Degree Program

Course Unit: Translation Practice, Business English and Terminology

Khmelnytskyi National University of Ukraine

YourTerm EDU Project on: Food Service and Food Processing

Project Language(s): RU

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Coordinators:
Viktoriia Frolova is lecturer at the Department of the French Translation Studies and Practice of Translation and Interpreting of the Moscow State Linguistic University. She is responsible for training of translators and interpreters and personally teaches the following courses: Conference Interpreting (simultaneous), Conference interpreting (Consecutive), as well as supervises MA and BA theses. She is now working on her PhD at the Department of the French lexicology and stylistics. Viktoriia is a freelance interpreter working with English, French and Russian in consecutive and simultaneous modes.
Anna Ivolgina is lecturer at the Department of Translation/Interpreting Studies and Practice of English Translation/Interpreting of the Translation and Interpreting Faculty of the Moscow State Linguistic University. She is responsible for training of translators and interpreters and personally teaches the following courses: Sociopolitical Translation (translation and consecutive interpretation), Annotation and referencing, as well as supervises MA and BA theses. She has just graduated from the training program for the UN competitive language exams. Anna is a freelance translator and consecutive interpreter working with English, German and Russian.
Professor Olga Egorova is the Director of the Project Office on International Cooperation at the Moscow State Linguistic University and a full professor of the Department of Translation/Interpreting Studies and Practice of English Translation/Interpreting. She teaches the following courses: Conference interpreting, International Organizations, Consecutive Interpreting. She is a Council Member of the International Federation of Translators (FIT),  External Partnerships Standing Committee Chair (FIT), Education and Professional Development Task Force Chair (FIT). Olga Egorova is also a Board member of the Union of Translators of Russia. Has been a keynote speaker and an invited presenter at numerous events and is continuously involved in the joint projects with the European institutions (the European Commission and the European Parliament), the UN, WIPO, ILO and other international organizations.
Alexander Elizarov is a lecturer at the Department of Translation/Interpreting Studies and Practice of English Translation/Interpreting of the Translation and Interpreting Faculty of the Moscow State Linguistic University. He is responsible for training of translators and interpreters and personally teaches the following courses: Translation, Annotation and referencing, Consecutive interpretation, as well as supervises BA theses. Alexander is a freelance translator working with English and Russian.

Students:

Group 1


Zubkov Oleg
Uliana Marchenko
Marina Sushkova
Anastasia Klokova

Group 2:

Krapivina Alexandra
Kulkina Ekaterina

Degree Course: Master Degree (Linguistics) and Preparatory Program for the UN competitive language exams

Translation Department – Moscow State Linguistiс University

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