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Ruben Tortosa Sanchez

Foreign language instructor: Spanish

Department of Interpreting and Translation

Adjunct professor

Department of Interpreting and Translation

Curriculum vitae

Training

I graduated in English Language and Literature in 2001 at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Alicante. I also hold a Master in Modern Languages at the University of Lancaster (2004) and a Master in Screen Translation at the University of Bologna (2009).

Academic career

After teaching Spanish language for seven years at British universities (University of Lancaster and University of Manchester) I became adjunct professor in Language and Translation (Spanish) at the School of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Interpreting and Translation (University of Bologna).

Teaching activity

Since 2008 I have been teaching various courses of the Bachelor and Master Degree programmes at the School of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Interpreting and Translation. I am currently teaching "Audiovisual Translation" and "Technical-Scientific Translation" (within the Master's Degree in Specialized Translation) as well as "Spanish Language & Culture" and "Translation from Italian to Spanish" (within the Degree in Intercultural Language Mediation).

In the last few years I have also held several seminars in the field of audiovisual translation (Master in Screen Translation, University of Bologna) and delivered professional training courses (Laboratory of Terminology and Computer-Assisted Translation, University of Bologna). I also taught "Multimedia Translation" within the Master's Degree in Modern Languages for Communication and International Cooperation at the University of Macerata.

Professional activity

Since 2008 I have been working as a freelance translator in the field of audiovisual translation and technical translation. In 2008-2009 I worked at the European office of Deluxe Digital Studios in Florence as Quality Control Manager and Project Manager in the area of film translation.

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