Álvaro MARÍN GARCÍA is an assistant professor at the University of Valladolid (Spain). He has worked as a translation lecturer at the University of Essex (UK) and taught translation theory and practice at Kent State University (USA), where he completed his PhD in Translation Studies. His research interests are in the epistemology of Cognitive Translation Studies, the development of cognitive models of language mediation and in the history of ideas as related to translation and interpreting. He is currently investigating new forms of theory development from a pluralistic methodology. Álvaro Marín is an external associate of the MC2 Lab and a member of the TREC network.
Álvaro MARÍN GARCÍA
Marina RAMOS CARO is Lecturer in Translation at the University of Murcia (Spain). She is particularly interested in the influence of emotions and personality in the process and reception of Audio Description and translation. Dr. Ramos has been awarded several international grants and presented her work in international conferences. Her work has been published in specialized journals such as Journal of Pragmatics, MonTi, Translation Spaces, The Translator, Perspectives, JosTrans and Frontiers. As a professional translator, she has worked within the fields AVT and transcreation. She is the founder of Latrium, the Laboratory for Inclusive Translation of the University of Murcia.
Marina RAMOS CARO
Purificación MESEGUER CUTILLAS is a Lecturer at the Department of Translation and Interpreting at the University of Murcia. Her main research interests are the relationship between translation and censorship, and the impact of emotions and personality factors in translation. She has written a book (Sobre la traducción de libros al servicio del franquismo. Peter Lang, 2015) and published many articles in specialised national and international journals. As a professional translator she has translated a wide range of books for publishing houses such as Tusquets, RBA or Random House, an experience which helps her to bring the professional world into the classroom.
Purificación MESEGUER CUTILLAS
Raphael SANNHOLM teaches in the Department of Swedish Language and Multilingualism at Stockholm University.