Cartagena, Spain

Cognitive Translation & Interpreting Studies

when 5 June 2023 - 16 June 2023
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 3 EC
fee EUR 1

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.

Course leader

Ricardo Muñoz Martín

Target group

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.

Course aim

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

Credits info

3 EC
turning in the optional final paper will raise credits to 5 ECTS credits

Fee info

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