What we are researching
Our research reflects the evolving nature of the discipline, encompassing new technologies, audio description, sociological perspectives on translation and innovative practices in interpreting.
- Translation technologies including machine-assisted and corpus-based translation
- Interpreting technologies including video-mediated interpreting and distance and remote interpreting
- Translation process research
- Bilingual lexicography
- Audiovisual translation including subtitling, audio description, re-speaking and other modalities
- Translation and interpreting as multimodal activities
- Translation and interpreting in the context of migration
- Dialogue interpreting
- Legal and healthcare interpreting
- Sociological approaches to translation
- Humour in translation
PhD in Collaborative Translation and Digital Platform Economy
Funding information:A stipend of £ is £15,285 for 21/22, which will increase each year in line with the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) rate, plus Home/EU-rate fee allowance of £4,407 (with automatic increase to UKRI rate each year) and £500 for conference travel.
What our students say
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Facilities and software
You’ll benefit from excellent facilities, including specialist software to support corpus-based analysis, subtitling, computer-assisted translation and terminography and audio-description. We’re also home to state-of-the-art interpreting facilities with integrated videoconferencing.