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Fields of expertise/interestTime zoneMain goalExamples of goalsNote: The example goals are just a list, you do not need to fill out anything under it, although you're welcome to add ideas
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Hannah SilvesterAVT, Subtitling, Non-standard Language, Subtitling Industry/WorkflowGMTConnect with people/network, and find motivation to finish this article I've been on for months!Discuss a draft
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Chris Mellingerresearch methods, T&I process research/cognition, editing, language industry, pedagogyESTconnect with people, discuss methods/research, informal connections!
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David Orrego-CarmonaAVT, subtitling, research methods, process research, non-professional subtitlingNZTinformal connections, motivation to write, discuss methods/research designDiscuss methodological issues
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GMTAdjusting to changes/issolation
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Begoña Rodríguez de Céspedes Translator training and professionalisation, impact of automation, online teaching
GMTConnections and discussionsDiscuss teaching
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Informal chat about research/networking
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Barbara SpicerTranslation process research, feminist translation studies, cognitionGMTConnect, mutual support, motivation
Discuss methodology, impact of COVID-19 on fieldwork
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Laura LinaresLiterary translation, translation and minority languages, translation and globalization, language industry, corpus linguistics/corpus stylistics in translationGMTConnect, mutual support, motivation, available for virtual "shut up and write" sessions!
Discuss methodological issues
Discuss theoretical frameworks
Possibly give/receive feedback on writing
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Joss MoorkensTranslation technology & human factors, industry & working conditions, ethics, AVTGMTCommunicationDiscuss, share, motivate
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Remy AttigIdentity, Non-standardized/"hybrid" language varieties, translating minoritized identities for dominant languages. Sociolinguistics & postcolonial theories. Particular focus on Spanglish, Portuñol, and Judeo-Spanish
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Connections, meeting potential collaborators, meeting colleagues in the US (but not exclusively, I'll be moving there), mentorship (both as a mentor and as a mentee)
10 minute "speed-dating" model of chats, perhaps. , remote wine & cheese
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Ivana HavelkaRemote interpreting, research methods, literature review, wiretap interpreting(CET), UTC +1
networking, communication, discuss methods/research
discuss research design, feedback on draft
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Anna JankowskaAVT, accessiblility, process research, research methods,CETConnections, meeting potential collabolators, discuss methods/research design
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Susana Valdezmedical and biomedical translation, process research, reception studies, DTS and normsCETinformal connections, motivation to write, discuss methods/research design
Discuss theoretical and methodological issues
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Vedrana ČemerinAVT, AVT quality control/quality assurance (my thesis is on revision and revision procedures for subtitling), process research, crisis translation and languages for specific purposesCETmutual support, discuss methods/research design, informal connections, communication
Informal chat about research/networking/theoretical and methodological issues
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Wine Tesseurnon-professional, informal translation; civil society and NGOs; globalization; ethnographic and participatory research approachesGMTinformal connections, mutual support, motivation to write, discuss research methods/design
discuss methodology, impact of COVID-19 on fieldwork; informal chat and networking
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Tom Hansonquantitative research methods, survey methods, statistics, international business, financial literacyEDTconnections, methods/research design conversations, possible collaborations with others interested in international business effects
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Jonathan EvansAVT, literary translation, board games, politics, cultural studies, alternative organisational approaches and the economics of translation, Korean cinema, localism, hard interdisciplinarity, queer theory, feminist economics
GMT until the clocks change
communicationdiscuss, share. motivate
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Silvina KatzLiterary translation, the phenomenology of translation, qualitative corpus analysis GMT
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Craig NevilleAVT, dubbing, corpus-based approaches, minority lanuages, language planning and policy, translation and language teaching, translation to develop inter/pluri-cultural and -linguistic awareness, translanuaging, translation zonesGMTconnect with others, get back on the thesis after sabatical, practicisng to become more succint.
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Marlon James Salestranslation history and historiography, literary translingualism, Hispanofilipino literature, translation and multilingualism, translation and national language policy, missionary linguistics, literary translationESTnetwork with people, finish writing pending articles, just have something to during the lockdown, really
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Michelle Jia Yetranslation historiography, periodical studies, Chinese studies (19th-early 20th century), intellectual history, silent-era film studies, data visualization, network analysis, translation pedagogyGMT+8 (HK)communication; possibilities of collaborationto see what's emerging in the field
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Rafaella Athanasiadisubtitling technology, translation sociology, AVT, professional subtitling, teachingGMT+2 (Cyprus)communication, motivation to write, collaboration, getting to know other experts
discuss, share, suggest, motivate, collaborate
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Abdel KhalifaSociology of translation and interpreting, literary translation, translation history and histriography, child language brokering, research methods and toolsGMTConnect with people, discuss (research and teaching) ideas and tools, explore research collaboration opportunities, mentor and get mentored.
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Sara Horcas-RufiánTranslator education, translator trainer training (with a focus on needs), translator trainer's competences, empirical researchGMTConnect with people/network, motivation to write my PhD dissertation, discuss researh methods
Discuss impact of COVID-19 on methodological issues/fieldwork, discuss online teaching, set and meet writing deadlines, informal chat/networking
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Elin SvahnSociology of translation, translator education, translation history, literary translation, mixed methods, retranslationCETConncect with people, discuss research methods and other things, motivation to write
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Sarah Hastings-Rudolftranslation of poetry, literary translation, retranslation, self-translation, translation and book materiality/publishing history PDT (GMT -7)Connect with people/network, work accountability while preparing PhD exam material
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Karine Zbindentranslation of thought and literary translation, intellectual history and translationGMTnetwork with people, explore research collaboration opportunities, getting to know more people interested in translation of thought and in translation from the perspective of intellectual history, teaching of translationdevelop a research proposal
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Garda ElsherifTranslation History (France 17th 18th century; Baghdad 9th century) Translation of Science and Philosophy; Arabic concepts of translation; politics of translation; translation and borderingMEZnetwork with people; getting to know more people with similar research interests; discuss research methods and others; discuss methods of teaching online
develop a structure for my dissertation;
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Lucía PintadoTranslation and memory; translation and language teachingGMTcomminucation, network, potential collaborations
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Susan Pickfordprofessional sociology of literary translators; the interface between translation studies and book history, translator education, literary translation and MT, translating genre fiction, especially chick litGMT+1taking my network in new directions
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Francesca Leveridgeaudio-visual translation, subtitling, multilingualism/multilingual texts, hybridity, postcolonial translation theory, cultural turnGMTconnect, collaborate, motivatework on a chapter of my thesis
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Enora LessingerLiterary translation, translation of gender / feminist translation, multilingualism, translaton of the implicit, corpus analysisGMTConnect and network with new people, discuss opportunities for research collaboration, get feedback on a corpus analysis project on gender-inclusive language
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Jennifer ArnoldTranslation and reception, reading in translation, translation and the publishing industry, literary translation, translation and identity, translation and minority languages.GMTNetworking, opportunities for collaboration, discuss research methods, motivation for writing, virtual SUAW
Refocus research project in light of restrictions imposed by COVID-19
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Cecilia BenagliaLiterary translation, sociology of translation, translation and poltical engagement, translation history (with a focus on 20th century France and Italy), intellectual history and translation, multilingualism and translation, translingual writers and self transaltion. GMT-7Connect and network with new people, discuss opportunities for research collaboration, mutual support and sharing ideas for teaching
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Luomeng Helen Liuliterary translation, translation in pedagogy, translation theory, translation of cultures, AVT, TS, pragmaticsGMT+8 (HK)finishing this article about the translation of identity and French and Chinese cultures in the work of François Cheng; connecting with scholars from the same field globally; applying translation techniques into teaching and pedagogical practicesworking on the paper for submission; making its arguments comprehensible for the Western audience
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Alexandra Mallet-Collinsliterary translation, status and readability of translated literature, the role of the paratextGMTConnect with other scholars in the field, give and receive feedback on article or thesis chapter drafts
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Vittorio NapoliAVT, TS, pragmatics and (im)politeness applied to AVTGMT+1Creating inspiring connections, both human and academic ones, discussing research ideas, deisgns and methods, seeking statistical help, assisting others in their researchDiscussing methodological issues
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