Di Giovanni Elena
Dipartimento di Studi umanistici - lingue, mediazione, storia, lettere, filosofia (L-LIN/12)
Tel. interno: 0733 258 6061
E-mail: elena.digiovanni unimc.it
PresentazioneElena Di Giovanni is Lecturer in English Language and Translation.
She teaches specialized and audiovisual translation in the Degree Course in Language Mediation (BA) and in the two-year MA level course in Modern Languages for International Communication and Cooperation.
She is Director of the international MA programme in Accessibility to Media, Arts and Culture and also Director of the University Language Centre. For five years she has been Visiting Lecturer at the University of Roehampton (London, UK), MA course in Audiovisual Translation. For several years she taught at the University of Bologna-Forlì, Faculty for Interpreters and Translators, both BA and MA translation courses.
After obtaining her BA in translation and interpreting at the University of Bologna at Forlì in 1996, with a dissertation on the Italian reception of Oscar Wilde’s fairy tales in translation, in 1997 she attended the first edition of the Postgraduate Course in Multimedia Translation organized by the same university. In the summer of 1997 she attended the CETRA Summer Seminar, an intensive, postgraduate course on Translation Studies organized by the University of Leuven, Belgium.
In 2004, she completed her PhD programme on English for Special Purposes (XV cycle) at the University Federico II in Naples-University of Bologna, with a dissertation on the representation of cultural otherness in Disney films. She then received a two-year postdoctoral research grant from the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies in Translation, Languages and Cultures (SITLeC) of the University of Bologna at Forlì, to work on a project named “Training subtitlers: from a market-oriented research to the development of a quality protocol in subtitling”, chaired by Prof. Christopher Rundle.
In 2006 she became full time lecturer at the University of Macerata.
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