Kyriaki Kourouni-Briel

Kyriaki Kourouni is a Senior Fellow at the Department of Translation and Intercultural Studies. She holds a BA (Hons) from Aristotle University, an MA in Translation from the University of Surrey, UK and a DEA in Translation and Intercultural Studies from Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain. She teaches courses related to scientific and technical translation as well as translation technology. She has over 10 years experience in translation and subtitling. Her research interests include translator training, translation technology.
She is currently the Vice-President of the Panhellenic Association of Translators (www.pem.gr), a member of the Translation Technology Committee set up by the International Federation of Translators (www.fit-ift.org) and a member of the Intercultural Studies Group (http://isg.urv.es).

 
electra@enl.auth.gr
Tel.: +30 2310 99 7492
Fax: +30 2310 99 7432

INTERESTING LINKS FOR BUDDING TRANSLATORS

  1. Toxic Translation: A Twelve-Step Program for Self-Injuring Translators 
  2. No Peanuts! For Translators Movement 
    on Facebook 
    on Youtube (How *Not* to Discuss Rates with a Translator) 
  3. Finnish audiovisual translators and working conditions 

DOWNLOADS

1. Typing Tutor
click here to get the file in zipped format.

2. "Eurojargon"
Glossary EL-FR-EN compiled by Mr. Alberto-Rivas-Yanes

3. "Translation at the European Commission (DGT): Information Sources and Working Tools at the DGT, Terminology Work"
Presentation for Undergraduate Students of the School of English within the framework of Tran2-322 (Alberto-Rivas-Yanes)

4. "Translation at the European Commission (DGT): Traineeships, Translation Competitions and Freelance Translation"
Presentation for the Interdepartmental MA Programme in Translation (Alberto-Rivas-Yanes)

5. "Terminology Coordination"
Presentation by Mr Maslias

6. "Interviews with Translation Scolars (ISG, URV)"
Interviews with researchers and theorists who work on translation, along with some seminars. Material from the doctoral program in Translation and Intercultural Studies (URV),presented by the Intercultural Studies Group in Tarragona, Spain.