The Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication of the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy of Ghent University offers a Bachelor degree in Applied Language Studies (German, English, French, Italian, Dutch, Russian, Spanish, Turkish), three one-year Masters degrees (Translation, Interpreting, Multilingual Communication), one two-year Master of Education and three one-year postgraduate degrees (Conference Interpreting, Computer Assisted Language Mediation, Dutch and Translation). We have a vacancy for an assistant professor (tenure track) in Translation Studies focused on Translation History and/or Translation Ethics, whose appointment will include academic teaching, academic research and academic services. The earliest starting date of the position is 1 September 2021.
You lecture various course units in the disciplines offered by the departmental curriculum of Dutch, English, German, Italian or Spanish at Bachelor, Master or Postgraduate level. Courses will be assigned in accordance with the needs of the language section you will be affiliated to. You supervise Bachelor papers and Masters’ theses of students of the Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication.
You will be conducting research within the TRACE research group at Ghent University. This research group cooperates closely with the Centre for Literature in Translation, CLIV, an association research group with the Free University of Brussels (VUB).
You conduct research in the discipline of Translation Studies focused on Translation History and/or Translation Ethics and study the role of translation and the ethical decisions taken by translators in the context of historical and/or current social developments in order to expose social criticism and power relationships revealed or masked in translation. You coordinate research projects and attract funding for innovative projects in the field of Translation History and/or Translation Ethics. You communicate research findings both in established academic media (peer-reviewed journals, peer-reviewed monographs, tier I conferences) and to non-academic readers.
You take part in the internal and external service provision of the department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication.
Deadline for applications: 22 January 2021
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