16 June 2023
Cognitive Translation & Interpreting Studies
Eight weekly courses will introduce students to cognitive approaches to the study of multilectal mediated communication and will offer insights from Translation & Interpreting Studies (Ricardo Muñoz), Psychology (Bogusława Whyatt), Linguistics (Sandra L. Halverson), Neuroscience (Alexis Hervais-Adelman), Research methods (Elisabet Tiselius), Emotions in cognition (Ana Rojo), HCI perspectives (Sharon O’Brien) and Statistics (Christopher D. Mellinger). Students will also have daily small-group debriefing sessions facilitated by Drs Álvaro Marín, Purificación Messeguer, Marina Ramos and Raphael Sannholm, plus two individual tutoring sessions per week with the instructors.
Ricardo Muñoz Martín
Would-be or current researchers (e.g., PhD students, postdocs, early stage reseachers) working at the interface of communication and cognition. Other profiles welcome, to be considred on a personal basis. Only 20-22 attendees accepted. Screening process through CV and statement of purpose. English CEFR C1 a must.
Endowing attendees with a panoramic view of Cognitive Translation & Interpreting Studies and provide them with the basic notions and intelectual tools to formulate an empirical research proposal
turning in the optional final paper will raise credits to 5 ECTS credits
EUR 1: it covers 40 hours of class, mall group and individual tutorials, light lunch in class days, local cultural tour on Saturday 10, farewell dinner on Friday 16
EUR 1: EST members in good standing in 2023
two fee waivers (=1,625 € each) to be awarded by the organizers among the students who apply for financial support within their regular application