32nd Research Summer School
University of Leuven, campus Leuven, Belgium
16 – 27 August 2021
CETRA Chair Professor:
Brian James BAER
Kent State University, Ohio, US
The CETRA Board will decide at the latest at the beginning of April if the Summer School will be held on campus or online.
Application in two rounds
First round: for accepted participants of the canceled 2020 edition only
Second round: application deadline: 4 March 2021
About the Summer School
In 1989 José Lambert created a special research program in Translation Studies at the University of Leuven in order to promote research training in the study of translational phenomena and to stimulate high-level research into the cultural functions of translation. Since then, this unique program has attracted talented PhD students, postdocs and young scholars who spend two weeks of research under the supervision of a team of prominent scholars, and under the supervision of the Chair Professor, an annually appointed expert in the field of Translation Studies. From 1989 on, the program has hosted participants from Austria to Australia, from Brazil to Burundi, and from China to the Czech Republic. As an illustration of the multi-campus model of CETRA, the 2020 edition of the Summer School will be organized at the Leuven campus of the KU Leuven, in the city center of Leuven.
The list of CETRA professors may serve as an illustration of the program’s openness to the different currents in the international world of Translation Studies: †Gideon Toury (Tel Aviv, 1989), †Hans Vermeer (Heidelberg, 1990), Susan Bassnett (Warwick, 1991), †Albrecht Neubert (Leipzig, 1992), Daniel Gile (Paris, 1993), Mary Snell-Hornby (Vienna, 1994), †André Lefevere (Austin, 1995), Anthony Pym (Tarragona, 1996), Yves Gambier (Turku, 1997), Lawrence Venuti (Philadelphia, 1998), Andrew Chesterman (Helsinki, 1999), Christiane Nord (Magdeburg, 2000), Mona Baker (Manchester, 2001), Maria Tymoczko (Amherst, Massachusetts, 2002), Ian Mason (Edinburgh, 2003), Michael Cronin (Dublin, 2004), †Daniel Simeoni (Toronto, 2005), Harish Trivedi (Delhi, 2006), †Miriam Shlesinger (Tel Aviv, 2007), Kirsten Malmkjaer (London, 2008), †Martha Cheung (Hong Kong, 2009), Sherry Simon (Montreal, 2010), Christina Schaeffner (Aston, 2011), Franz Pöchhacker (Vienna, 2012), Michaela Wolf (Graz, 2013), Arnt Lykke Jakobsen (Copenhagen, 2014), Judy Wakabayashi (Kent, USA, 2015), Jeremy Munday (Leeds, UK, 2016), Leo Tak-hung Chan (Hong Kong, 2017), Sandra L. Halverson (Bergen, Norway, 2018), Jemina Napier (Edinburgh, UK, 2019).
Summer School staff
Pieter Boulogne, Elke Brems, Leo Tak-hung Chan, Dirk Delabastita, Isabelle Delaere, Ben De Witte, Lieven D’hulst, Dilek Dizdar, Peter Flynn, Daniel Gile, Haidee Kotze, Reine Meylaerts, Francis Mus, Franz Pöchhacker, Sara Ramos Pinto, Heidi Salaets, Beatrijs Vanacker, Jeroen Vandaele, Luc van Doorslaer and Piet Van Poucke.
Basic activities and components of the Summer School
Public Lectures by the CETRA Professor on key topics. A preliminary reading list will be furnished and all topics are to be further developed in discussions.
Theoretical-methodological seminars given by the CETRA staff. Basic reading materials will be made available in advance.
Tutorials: individual discussions of participants’ research with the CETRA Professor and the CETRA staff.
Workshops in small groups according to topic or methodology
Students’ papers: presentation of participants’ individual research projects followed by open discussion.
Publication: each participant is invited to submit an article based on the presentation, to be refereed and published in an edited volume.
For further information
please contact Steven Dewallens: email@example.com
or visit our website: https://www.arts.kuleuven.be/cetra/summer_school
Provisional programme: https://www.arts.kuleuven.be/cetra/programme/
Application procedure: https://www.arts.kuleuven.be/cetra/application