New Voices in Children’s Literature in Translation: Culture, Power and Transnational Approaches. 22–23 August 2024, Stockholm (Sweden). Deadline for abstract: 30 November 2023.
This dissertation by Aleksandra Adler investigates the effect of experience and language direction on cognitive load in dialogue interpreting.
In April, Caroline Kerfoot at the Centre for Research on Bilingualism became Editor of the Routledge book series ‘Critical Studies in Multilingualism’, together with Vally Lytra of Goldsmiths, University of London.
Giada Brighi was thrilled to accept the EST Summer School scholarship for her coming participation in “Conceptualizing Histories of Translation: from your story to history” in Graz, on 18–23 September 2023.
In 2023 Natalia Volvach defended his doctoral thesis in Bilingualism: From Words to Voids: Absencing and Haunting in Crimean Semiotic Landscapes.
We do research on Swedish and other languages in Sweden, on multilingual individuals and societies and on interpretation and translation.