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CTIS membership comprises University of Manchester staff members and current doctoral students engaged in translation studies research.

Our PhD graduates are eligible for associate membership, and visiting scholars also participate in CTIS research activities during their periods of study leave at the University of Manchester.

Staff

Mona Baker

Translation theory; narrative theory and framing; translation and global politics; socio-pragmatics; corpus studies.

Francesca Billiani

Siobhan Brownlie

Descriptive translation research; literary translation; translation of 19th and 20th century French literature into English; Franco-British relations; memory studies in relation to translation and intercultural communication.

Maeve Olohan

Scientific, technical and commercial translation; translation workplace studies; translation practices and technologies; corpus-based translation studies; translation pedagogy.

Luis Pérez-González

Screen translation; multimodal theory; translator training; translation in the digital culture; translation activism.

Christopher Rundle

Historical research in translation studies; translation in fascist Italy and other fascist regimes; subtitling for the deaf and hard of hearing; subtitler didactics.

Anna Strowe

Translation theory; translation and literary history; comparative literature; medieval and Renaissance literature and translation; translation and power; book history and material textuality.

Rebecca Tipton

Interpreting and translation studies; public service interpreting; conference interpreting; interpreting pedagogy; sociology of interpreting; interpreting for charities and NGOs.

Associate members

We invite PhD graduates to maintain their connection with CTIS through associate membership.

Maria Aguilar Solano

Lecturer, University of Pompeu Fabra, Spain

Research interests: community interpreting, Bourdieu, habitus, ethics, reflexivity, healthcare.

Khaled Al-Shehari

Assistant Professor of Translation and Interpreting Studies, Sultan Qaboos University. Muscat, Oman

Research interests: semiotics and translation; translation and interpreting pedagogy; translation for the medial corpus-based translation studies

Michela Baldo

Research Interests: literary translation; Italian-Canadian studies; translation of migrant literary and audiovisual works; women’s writing;  gender and sexuality studies; queer studies and translation

Mario Bisiada

Lecturer in Applied Linguistics, University of Pompeu Fabra, Spain

David Charlston

Independent researcher, freelance translator

Research interests: comparative analysis of historical Anglophone translations of German philosophy; translation, migration and re-priming of concepts relevant to intercultural ethics; Bourdieusian sociology and the ethics of translating philosophy; hexis and the translator’s will to power; Hegel; Nietzsche.

Elena Davitti

Lecturer in Translation Studies, University of Surrey

Research interests: interpreter-mediated interaction; conversation analysis; multimodal analysis; interpreter education; micro-analytical approach; virtual learning environment

Carmen Dayrell

Researcher, ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS), Lancaster University

Research interests: corpus linguistics; discourse analysis; corpus-based translation studies; English academic writing; learner corpora

Ahmed Saleh Elimam

Director of Translation Studies, The University of Leicester
 
Research interests: Qur'an translation; literary translation; ideology in translation; Arabic-English translation issues

Sue-Ann Harding

Senior Lecturer in Translation Studies, Queen's University Belfast

Research interests: social-narrative theory; complexity theory; translation, mass media and configurations of violent conflict; collective memory, literature and translations and issues of state, (national) identity, civil society and social justice

Pauline Henry-Tierney

Lecturer in French, Newcastle University

Research interests: feminist translation theory; gender-conscious translation practice; gender theories; feminisms; contemporary French and Francophone women’s writing; autofiction

Fotios Karamitroglou

Lecturer in Business Terminology, Athens University of Economics and Business

Research interests: business terminology; management; audiovisual translation; subtitling

Sara Laviosa

University of Bari Aldo Moro, Bari, Italy

Research interests: corpora and translation; pedagogic translation; contrastive analysis

Sofia Malamatidou

Lecturer in Translation Studies, University of Birmingham

Research interests: corpus-based translation studies; translation and language contact; language and power; audiovisual translation 

Ruselle Meade

Lecturer in Japanese Studies, University of Cardiff

Gabriela Saldanha

Lecturer in Translation Studies, Department of English Literature, University of Birmingham

Research interests: translator style; reception; South-American literature; literary landscapes; gender; corpus linguistics

Caroline Summers

Lecturer in German, University of Leeds

Research interests: literary translation, East German literature, authorship in translation, theories of power and cultural exchange, narrative theory

Sun Tingting

Graduate School of Translation and Interpretation, Beijing Foreign Studies University

Research interests: interpreting studies, training of interpreters, sociolinguistics

Yu Zhongli

University of Nottingham Ningbo, China 

Research interests: gender and translation, translation of women’s writing, literary translation, sci-tech translation, translation teaching,  comparative literature

Zhao Wenjing

Centre for Translation Studies, School of International Studies, Henan Normal University, China

Research interests: translation history, translation theories and practice, media/journalistic translation

Academic visitors

CTIS welcomes academic visitors who wish to spend a period of time, from a few weeks to a year, conducting independent research at the Centre.

Academic visitors have access to the library and other resources and are invited to participate in research seminars and research training events. 

Prospective visitors are requested to contact the SALC Research Office (salc.research@manchester.ac.uk) to find out more about academic visitor applications.