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Translation Workshop
How to make the best choices in translation and justify them
20 PD points (under Section 3.1 of the Revalidation Catalogue)
Monday 23 January 2017


Dear Firstname

As translators we continually make choices at grammatical, terminological and stylistic level in the course of our assignments. However, many times these choices are made in an automatic manner, without considering the theories that back up the choices we make. In this dynamic workshop, we will explore several translation theories such as equivalence, skopos, domestication and foreignisation, in order to acquire a deeper understanding regarding the choices we make. At the end of the workshop, the participants will have the opportunity to complete a practical task where they´ll have to apply the reviewed theories.

Snacks and refreshments will be served


Dr. Erika Gonzalez is a lecturer and tutor at UNSW and UWS, where she teaches translation and interpreting at undergraduate and postgraduate level. She also works as a freelance translator and conference interpreter. She completed a PhD on professionalism in community interpreting and believes that education and training are the key for achieving high professional standards and recognition. Erika is also the AUSIT national PD co-ordinator.



Monday 23 January 2017
6:00pm - 8:00pm


Room: E 409
120 Currie St


AUSIT / ASLIA Members $40
Non-Members $60
Student Members $20
Student non-Members $30



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