is a doctoral researcher at KU Leuven. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Interpreting and a Master’s degree in Translation Studies. His PhD dissertation sociologically examines the phenomenon of retranslation as an approach to history and cultural transfer. He has published papers on a range of topics, including translational paratexts and symptomatic reading of translation, in peer‐reviewed journals, such as Journal of Translation Studies and International Journal of Society, Culture & Language. He has also presented on translator training and translation technology at international conferences at the University of Leeds and University of Nottingham. Additionally, Hisham has extensive hands-on experience in translating, as he has been working as a senior translation specialist and trainer for the last five years at the Translation and Interpreting Institute, part of Hamad Bin Khalifa University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences in Qatar.