TRAN3122-2022S1 Linguistics and Translation
Linguistics has always served as a crucial way to approach the processes and products of translation. Accordingly, the course seeks to provide an introduction to key concepts, outlining how languages work and differ at and above word level when used for different purposes and in different contexts and highlighting the ways in which their analysis can inform the translation process.

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TRAN3121-2022S1 Intro to Translation Studies
This course introduces students to attitudinal aspects through an overview of translation studies and related workplace issues. The first of the two components outline the development of translation studies through different stages and eras, starting from the Roman era up to the present. The second component of the course focuses on important professional facts that range from workplace and job environment aspects to professional performance competencies. It also provides a special attention to deontological and ethical aspects in addition to legislative matters governing the translation profession.