Our project explores how the interlingual translation of texts may be undertaken through a collaborative process that addresses and enhances a range of language and disciplinary skills. Recent initiatives in collaborative translation research have emphasised the many possible configurations the practice may take and the benefits that it offers. However, as an emerging body of ideas it is yet to influence industry standards, which remain premised on single- practitioner practice.
We propose a model of collaboration that can be implemented in a variety
of contexts, demonstrating how an inclusive translation practice undertaken by participants with complementary skill sets can be utilised to pursue a range of context-specific outcomes.
Please find more about the project here.