Hieronymus College

A full member of Woolf, a Higher Education Institution in Europe.

Accreditation:

Dean

Miguel Duro Moreno

Honorary Dean, Hieronymus College



Miguel Duro Moreno (Spain) graduated in Translation and Interpreting at the Universidad de Granada. Later on, he gained a master’s degree and a Ph. D. degree in Translation and a bachelor's and a master's degree in Semitic studies (Arabic) from the same institution. In 2000 he was appointed as sworn (officially certified) translator/interpreter for the English language by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Ten years later he was accredited as Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) by the Spanish official accreditation authorities. In 2019 he joined Woolf University as Associate Professor in Translation and Interpreting and Dean at Hieronymus College (Honorary Dean as of 1 October, 2021). For more than thirty years he has combined the professional practice of translation with the teaching and research thereof in many a university across three continents. His research interests lie mainly in the fields of Comparative Law (applied to Legal Translation and Sworn Translation), Disruptive Technologies applied to Translation, and Coseriu’s Linguistics as a translation model. He has published extensively on these topics and is the editor of the DERECHO, DISCURSO Y TRADUCCIÓN series at the law publishing house Edisofer (Madrid, Spain). He is a proud member of APTIJ, a Spain-based professional association focusing on Legal Translation, Sworn Translation/Interpreting, and Court Interpreting.

Academic board members

Claudia Elena Stoian

Director, Summer School



Claudia E. Stoian, Ph.D., is a lecturer at the Politehnica University of Timișoara, where she teaches Translation, Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Communication Mediation and English as a Foreign Language. She is an assistant editor for two academic journals, a member of the scientific board of a prestigious publishing house from abroad, as well as a translator and interpreter.



Claudia E. Stoian authored or co-authored two books, four dictionaries, five chapters in edited volumes, numerous scientific articles in national and international academic journals and several translations. Her research interests include applied linguistics, interpreting, translation, tourism, interculturality and didactics.

Ana Belén Martínez López

Associate Dean, International Relations & Social Media



Assistant Professor at the University of Córdoba (Spain) since 2007 in the Department of Translation and Interpreting, and since 2018 in the Department of English and German Filology. Medical Translator since 2000.



Universidad de Córdoba

María Inés Arrizabalaga

Associate Dean, South America



María Inés Arrizabalaga es Doctora en Ciencias del Lenguaje con mención en Traductología por la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Argentina). Se desempeña como profesora en la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba [UNC] y la Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos [UNER], y como investigadora en el Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas. En la UNC dirige el grupo de investigación "Estudios de Traducción Total" y en la UNER, el Proyecto de Investigación 7054 "Mediar, crear, traducir. Sobre la recomposición de ecologías cognitivas". Trabaja, asimismo, en agencias regionales y universidades del exterior en temáticas de su incumbencia.

Miguel Duro Moreno

Honorary Dean, Hieronymus College



Miguel Duro Moreno (Spain) graduated in Translation and Interpreting at the Universidad de Granada. Later on, he gained a master’s degree and a Ph. D. degree in Translation and a bachelor's and a master's degree in Semitic studies (Arabic) from the same institution. In 2000 he was appointed as sworn (officially certified) translator/interpreter for the English language by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Ten years later he was accredited as Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) by the Spanish official accreditation authorities. In 2019 he joined Woolf University as Associate Professor in Translation and Interpreting and Dean at Hieronymus College (Honorary Dean as of 1 October, 2021). For more than thirty years he has combined the professional practice of translation with the teaching and research thereof in many a university across three continents. His research interests lie mainly in the fields of Comparative Law (applied to Legal Translation and Sworn Translation), Disruptive Technologies applied to Translation, and Coseriu’s Linguistics as a translation model. He has published extensively on these topics and is the editor of the DERECHO, DISCURSO Y TRADUCCIÓN series at the law publishing house Edisofer (Madrid, Spain). He is a proud member of APTIJ, a Spain-based professional association focusing on Legal Translation, Sworn Translation/Interpreting, and Court Interpreting.

Ana Pérez-Manrique

Professor of Spanish / Director of the Translation Center.

Faculty, Instructors and Professional Experts

Miguel Ángel Candel-Mora

Miguel Angel Candel has a bachelor's degree in English Philology from the Universidad de Valencia, a Masters Degree in Translation from Kent State University, and holds a Ph.D. in Linguistics from the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. For the last 25 years he has worked as a translator actively involved in the localization industry. His academic interests focus on translation-oriented bilingual terminology management, computational terminology, computer-assisted translation, information retrieval, corpus-based translation, and text mining.



Universitat Politècnica de València

Julia Lobato

Julia Lobato Patricio is at present a senior lecturer in Translation at the Department of Languages and Translation, Universidad Pablo de Olavide (UPO, Seville) where she has taught and developed her research since 2009. She completed her PhD with a Thesis entitled “Deontological and Professional Aspects of Legal, Sworn and Court Translation” in 2008 at the University of Málaga which received the extraordinary doctorate award.



Since 2005 she is an official translator and interpreter of English-Spanish authorized by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. She has also published some papers and works on the deontological dimension of translation and interpreting, on legal translation and on translation teaching among others. From 2005 to September 2017 she was a member of the research group HUM 767 on Translation, Communication and Applied Linguistics (University of Málaga). At present, she is a member of the Interglosia Research Group (HUM-996) at the University Pablo de Olavide.

Claudia Elena Stoian

Director, Summer School



Claudia E. Stoian, Ph.D., is a lecturer at the Politehnica University of Timișoara, where she teaches Translation, Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Communication Mediation and English as a Foreign Language. She is an assistant editor for two academic journals, a member of the scientific board of a prestigious publishing house from abroad, as well as a translator and interpreter.



Claudia E. Stoian authored or co-authored two books, four dictionaries, five chapters in edited volumes, numerous scientific articles in national and international academic journals and several translations. Her research interests include applied linguistics, interpreting, translation, tourism, interculturality and didactics.

Guillermina Inés Remiro

Guillermina Inés Remiro (Argentina) es traductora pública nacional en lengua inglesa y profesora de lengua y literatura inglesas, títulos obtenidos en la Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educación (FaHCE) de la Universidad Nacional de la Plata (UNLP), Argentina. Ha cursado la maestría en Traducción y se encuentra desarrollando su tesis sobre didáctica en traducción jurídica en la Universidad de Belgrano. En la FaHCE, se desempeña como profesora en las clases teórico-prácticas de “Gramática Comparada Castellano-Inglés”, y en las clases prácticas de “Traducción Jurídica y Económica 1” (inglés) y “Gramática Inglesa 2”. Ha participado en varios proyectos de investigación y actualmente es miembro del proyecto tetraanual Estudios de derecho comparado: ¿herramienta o método para la traducción jurídica y la didáctica de la traducción en Argentina?, radicado en el Laboratorio de Investigaciones en Traductología, dependiente del Instituto de Investigaciones en Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales. Hace varios años que está desarrollando propuestas metodológicas sobre temas relacionados con la didáctica de la traducción jurídica y cuenta con varias publicaciones en el área. Asimismo, es traductora freelance, especialmente de textos jurídicos.

Isabel Granda Rossi

Isabel Granda Rossi, licenciada en Filología inglesa por la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid y doctora en Filología inglesa por la UNED de Madrid en 2016, lleva más de 20 años dedicándose a la enseñanza de la lengua inglesa en el ámbito universitario. Ha impartido docencia en Skidmore College (Nueva York), Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Universidad Internacional de Valencia y Universidad Complutense de Madrid donde trabaja actualmente, impartiendo asignaturas de grado y máster relacionadas con inglés para fines específicos, así como asignaturas especializadas en el ámbito de la traducción. Su trayectoria académica y profesional más reciente ha estado centrada en la enseñanza e investigación del inglés para fines específicos y la evaluación de la producción oral en el ámbito del turismo y general, utilizando la simulación o técnicas dramáticas.



Universidad Complutense de Madrid

José Manuel Muñoz Muñoz

José Manuel Muñoz graduated in English Philology at the Universidad de Granada, Spain, and obtained his Ph.D. at the Universidad de Córdoba, Spain. Since 1987 he has taught Applied Linguistics at the latter higher education institution, with a special interest in Linguistics and the use of technology for the study of natural language and specifically for Translation. He has also taught courses on MT and CAT tools and their impact on professional Translation.



Universidad de Córdoba

María Ángeles Orts Llopis

María Ángeles Orts Llopis has taught and translated professional English since the beginning of her career, including especially the areas of law, economics and trade. In these areas, she has taught and coordinated numerous postgraduate courses in several international and national institutions and universities and has published extensively in international journals and monographs.



Over the course of the 30 years of her professional career, which began as a translator-interpreter in Navantia (Cartagena) and at the service of the Egyptian Embassy for the development of various contracts and agreements for the sale of warships to that country, Orts has given seminars, conferences and plenary presentations on the translation of legal discourse, on the discourse on economics and business and its translation, and on Shipping Business in institutions such as ENAE (Escuela de Negocios of Murcia), the Chamber of Commerce of Murcia, the UPC (Universidad Politécnica de Murcia), the UPC (Universidad Politécnica de Catalonia), the Pompeu Fabra University and the University of Vaasa, in Finland, among others.



She has been a visiting professor at Brooklyn Law School in New York, and at the IIT (Illinois Institute of Technology) in Chicago, as well as in the Department of Business and Communication of the University of Aarhus (Denmark), CERLIS, or Language Research Centre at the University of Bergamo, and the Norwegian School of Economics in Bergen (NHH).



In addition to being a regular visitor to international forums such as the biannual symposia on Forensic Linguistics, Language and Society (Denver, Colorado; Connecticut) and Language and the Law (Cardiff; Porto; Barcelona), her recent publications include articles on on economic and legal discourse and its translation in journals such as Ibérica (2005 and 2006), The European Journal of English Studies (Routledge, 2007), The Journal of Pragmatics (Elsevier-Springer, 2010 and 2016) , The International Journal for the Semiotics of the Law (Elsevier Springer, 2011, 2016 and 2018), LSP and Professional Communication (2008 and 2014), Fachsprache (2015), RAEI (Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses) (2007) and 2016), Hermes (2016, and 2019), Comares (2017), Llengua I Dret (2017 and 2019), Quaderns de Filología (2017) and RESLA (Spanish Journal of Applied Linguistics (2018), among many others. She has also published several books on topics of interest to her research: A Crash Course in Business English (1998), English for Overseas (2001), Approach to legal discourse in English (2007) and Legal and Economic English: A Handbook for their learning and translation (2010).



Her current research revolves the economic and legal lexicon of the global systemic crisis (part two, 2020-2021), the translation of crimes of corruption and gender-based violence, the expression of power and legitimacy in legal texts, and the expression of the emotion (appraisal theory and sentiment analysis) in the discourse of laws and economic reports. At the moment she is the Coordinator of the Master and Doctorate courses at her Faculty.



Universidad de Murcia

Daina Escobedo Lora

Daina Escobedo Lora obtuvo la licenciatura en Letras en la Universidad de Oriente (Santiago de Cuba) en el 2007 y el de maestría en Enseñanza del español como lengua extranjera en el 2013 en la misma institución. Desde que culminó sus estudios ha estado directamente vinculada a la docencia en la carrera de Lengua inglesa, en la que imparte las asignaturas de Gramática española, Estilística española, Introducción a los estudios lingüísticos I y II, Práctica integral de la lengua española I y II y Lingüística general aplicada a la traducción.



Cuenta con diversas publicaciones en los campos del Análisis del discurso, la Pragmática, la Teoría de la argumentación, la Lingüística aplicada a la traducción y la Enseñanza del español como lengua extranjera.



Desde el 2010 ocupa la vicepresidencia de la Cátedra de estudios canadienses de la Universidad de Oriente y forma parte del proyecto de colaboración académica Augustana en Cuba, desarrollado entre las universidades de Alberta (Canadá) y de Oriente (Cuba). Asimismo, desde el 2020 forma parte del Grupo de estudios discursivos de la Universidad Estadual Paulista (UNESP) de Brasil.



Universidad de Oriente

Rocío Serrano Rudilla

Translator, revisor, post-editor, proofreader, copyeditor, and trainer. I specialize in IT, legal, marketing, and transcreation, as well as software localization. EN/FR>ES.



University of Córdoba

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Ana Belén Martínez López

Associate Dean, International Relations & Social Media



Assistant Professor at the University of Córdoba (Spain) since 2007 in the Department of Translation and Interpreting, and since 2018 in the Department of English and German Filology. Medical Translator since 2000.



Universidad de Córdoba

Ana Cristina Silva

As a language services Renaissance woman, Cris Silva has worn different hats in the world of translation and interpretation: in-house and freelance translator, conference interpreter, consultant on all things Brazil, and educator. She earned a Master of Arts in Translation from Kent State University and a Master of Advanced Studies in Interpreter Training at the Université de Genève. She is certified by the American Translators Association in English to Portuguese, Portuguese to English and has also earned the Terminology Certification from the European Certification and Qualification Association. Cris is passionate about all things Portuguese, translation, interpretation, and her native country, Brazil.



Kent State University and Université de Genève

Laura Ramírez Polo

Professor Ramirez's research focuses on computer-aided translation, terminology, global digital marketing, human-machine interaction and new types of digital genres for translation.



Rutgers University

María Inés Arrizabalaga

Associate Dean, South America



María Inés Arrizabalaga es Doctora en Ciencias del Lenguaje con mención en Traductología por la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Argentina). Se desempeña como profesora en la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba [UNC] y la Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos [UNER], y como investigadora en el Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas. En la UNC dirige el grupo de investigación "Estudios de Traducción Total" y en la UNER, el Proyecto de Investigación 7054 "Mediar, crear, traducir. Sobre la recomposición de ecologías cognitivas". Trabaja, asimismo, en agencias regionales y universidades del exterior en temáticas de su incumbencia.

Yaneiris Castro Durand

Yaneiris Castro Durand es máster en la enseñanza de español como lengua extranjera y licenciada en lengua inglesa con segunda lengua extranjera (francés). Desde que finalizó sus estudios ha estado vinculada a la docencia y práctica de la traducción e interpretación. Ha trabajado como docente del departamento de Lengua inglesa de la Universidad de Oriente (Santiago de Cuba), donde ha impartido diversas asignaturas, incluidas las habilidades de la lengua inglesa y otras relacionadas con la traducción y la interpretación. Ha trabajado como docente con carga administrativa en el Instituto Tecnológico de Formación de la ciudad de Guayaquil (Ecuador) y formado parte del consejo editorial de la revista Investigación, formación y desarrollo. Ha participado en diversas reuniones científicas nacionales e internacionales y publicado diversos artículos en revistas nacionales y extranjeras con temas relacionados con la enseñanza del idioma inglés, la traducción y la enseñanza de español para extranjeros. Ha impartido cursos de posgrado en la Universidad de Oriente y obtenido varias certificaciones internacionales relacionadas con la enseñanza de la lengua inglesa (Cambridge Speaking Examiner, 2016; y Cambridge Teaching Knowledge Test, 2012).



Universidad de Oriente

Miguel Duro Moreno

Honorary Dean, Hieronymus College



Miguel Duro Moreno (Spain) graduated in Translation and Interpreting at the Universidad de Granada. Later on, he gained a master’s degree and a Ph. D. degree in Translation and a bachelor's and a master's degree in Semitic studies (Arabic) from the same institution. In 2000 he was appointed as sworn (officially certified) translator/interpreter for the English language by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Ten years later he was accredited as Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer) by the Spanish official accreditation authorities. In 2019 he joined Woolf University as Associate Professor in Translation and Interpreting and Dean at Hieronymus College (Honorary Dean as of 1 October, 2021). For more than thirty years he has combined the professional practice of translation with the teaching and research thereof in many a university across three continents. His research interests lie mainly in the fields of Comparative Law (applied to Legal Translation and Sworn Translation), Disruptive Technologies applied to Translation, and Coseriu’s Linguistics as a translation model. He has published extensively on these topics and is the editor of the DERECHO, DISCURSO Y TRADUCCIÓN series at the law publishing house Edisofer (Madrid, Spain). He is a proud member of APTIJ, a Spain-based professional association focusing on Legal Translation, Sworn Translation/Interpreting, and Court Interpreting.

Hanna Schulze

Hanna Schulze is a university professor of German, French, and Italian. Since 2019 she teaches foreign languages at Universidad Francisco de Vitoria (Madrid, Spain) within the European Erasmus program. Hanna graduated in Modern Languages and Literature at Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain, in 2015. She finished her master's degree in Education in 2016 at the same higher education institution.



Hanna Schulze ist deutsche Muttersprachlerin und unterricht Deutsch als Fremdsprache, Französisch und Italienisch. Seit 2019 ist sie Sprachdozentin am Sprachinstitut der Universität Francisco de Vitoria innerhalb des Erasmusprogramms.

Hanna hat "Moderne Sprachen und Literatur" an der Universität Complutense (Madrid) studiert, wo sie auch ihren Master in Pädagogik 2016 abgeschlossen hat. Während ihres Studiums hat sie zeitweise als Lehrerin an mehreren Schulen sowie auch als Privatlehrerin gearbeitet.

Isidro Fierro

International Negotiations and Intercultural Competencies



He has a Doctorate in Management Sciences from the Universidad del Rosario, Bogotá, Colombia. Research topic: Intercultural Competences. He is Master in Business Administration; he also has an MBA. from the University of Lleida, Catalonia, Spain and a Master's degree in Biology from California State University, Fresno.



He has taught the following subjects: International Marketing, Cultural Factors in International Business, Leadership, Creativity and Negotiation; Business Culture, among others.



He is an expert in International Relations issues, including conflicts in the Middle East, ISIS, Islamic Army. He is also knowledgeable about study abroad and student exchanges. His area of ​​research focuses on the acquisition and development of intercultural competencies.



He is a fellow of the DAAD of Germany and the ITEC of India.

María Laura Spoturno

María Laura Spoturno is Associate Professor of Literary Translation and US American Literature at Universidad Nacional de La Plata and a Researcher with the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas in Argentina. She is the principal investigator of the research project and group “Escrituras de minorías, ethos y (auto) traducción” (H/825, 2017-2020). Her current research focuses on the study of subjectivity in so–called minority literatures and (self) (re) translation practices, and the relation between translation, gender and feminisms. Her most recent publications include the edited monograph Escrituras de minorías, heterogeneidad y traducción (FaHCE, UNLP, 2018) and a collaborative translation of Seymour Mayne’s poetry in four languages (Wind and Wood/ Viento y madera… Malisia, 2018).



Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (Argentina)

Joanna Tarasiewicz

10+ Years of Localization Services Provider Experience, Production Director, Conference Speaker, Former Global Community Manager for Women in Localization, Lecturer, Mentor



As a project manager, Joanna has experienced first-hand the demands of localization. Through this experience, she came to learn the most effective localization workflows and processes.

Her experience in working with clients spans across all types of content types and markets. She enjoys implementing appropriate localization solutions to help clients communicate with their buyers worldwide.



Outside of work, Joanna enjoys spending time with people passionate about localization. She can be found attending various conferences either as a listener or as a speaker.

Usually the first to implement innovation and create effective collaboration.



She also enjoys cooking and baking for her two daughters, traveling, and Stand Up Paddle Boarding.



Jeanette Zaragoza

Jeanette Zaragoza De León earned a PhD in Applied Languages, Literature and Translation from Universitat Jaume I (UJI) in Spain.



Jeanette Zaragoza De León earned a PhD in Applied Languages, Literature and Translation from Universitat Jaume I (UJI) in Spain. She also holds an M. Div. from Pacific School of Religion, an MA in Translation from the University of Puerto Rico, and an MA in Research in Translation and Interpretation Studies from the UJI. The title of her dissertation, “The Critical Translation and Interpreting Stories of The Amistad Case,” points to the crucial role of interpreters and translators in the continuum of slavery and colonialism in the 19th century. Her interdisciplinary research and academic interest involve History of Interpreting and Translation, professional development, and ethnographies. She has worked for over 10 years as both an interpreter (Span/Eng) in myriad settings, as a certified as a Court Interpreter for the New York and New Jersey State Courts. As translator, she has translated differenct types of documents including translating and editing TED talks. Additionally, Dra. Zaragoza-De León is certified Medical/Healthcare Interpreter with CCHI and CMI with vast experience in Remote-Video Interpreting. Last year, she taught Translation and Interpreting and Latinx Studies at Westfield State University. Previously, she has taught interpreting and translation at New York University and of Hunter College. She is currently a Lecturer at the Department of Caribbean and Latin American Studies at the University of Kansas and an Instructor at the Department of Translation at the University of Puerto Rico.



University of Kansas