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The aim of this project was to both initiate MA students to terminology work and to contribute to the IATE term-base with well-documented and reliable terms. For this purpose, a number of textual resources and access to internal IATE were offered to us by TermCoord. For each term, members of the team had to provide a solid definition and context in both English and Greek language. Our final results were also discussed with experts in the field of migration laws and social anthropology.
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The Aristotle University’s IATE project on migration was carried out by MA students at their second year of the Inter-Faculty Postgraduate Program in Translation. This program is offered jointly by the Schools of Philology, English, French, German and Italian Languages of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. This MA Program is actually the only one in Greece that has received the EMT Label.
- Apostolidou Anastasia
- Doukaki Maria
- Filippidou Aikaterini
- Gaki Thomai
- Grigoriadou Chrysoula
- Kipouridou Romina
- Koulioufa Veroniki
- Koumpli Iliana
- Manafi Ariadni
- Mylona Chrysoula
- Panela Anna Nikoleta
- Savvidou Georgia
- Roumanli Eleni
- Taptas Synodis
- Troupkos Nikos
- Tsakiri Aikaterini
- Tsiotra Despoina
Elpida Loupaki: assistant Professor Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Elpida Loupaki is an Assistant Professor in Descriptive Translation Studies at the School of French, at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She teaches General Translation, Specialised Translation and Terminology research techniques at both the Translation Department and the Postgraduate Program in Translation. She obtained her degree in French Language and Literature at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, her Master Degree in Professional Translation at the Institut de Traducteurs, d’Interprètes et de Relations Internationales at Strasbourg University and her PhD in Language and Communication at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.Her main research interests include EU translation, Terminology Management, News Translation and the relation between Translation and Ideology. She is a member of the European Society for Translation Studies (EST), the Hellenic Society for Terminology (ELETO) and of the Greek Network for Terminology.
Konstantions Tsitselikis, Associate Professor, University of Macedonia (Thessaloniki)
Konstantinos Tsitselikis (1967). Associate professor at the Department of Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies, University of Macedonia (Thessaloniki, Greece), lecturing human and minority rights and international law. He has worked for the Council of Europe, the OSCE, the UN, the EU in human rights and democratisation field missions. Co-director of the Series of Studies of the Research Centre of Minority Groups at Vivliorama publishers (Athens). Author of a series of books, articles and studies on human rights, international law and minorities/immigrants. Special research interests: Immigrants in Greece and language rights, legal position of minorities/immigrants in Europe.
Eleni Sideri, Adjunct, International Hellenic University
Eleni Sideri graduated from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, department of French Language and Literature where she also completed a Master Degree in Sociolinguistics. Then, she continued her postgraduate studies in Social Anthropology at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) /University of London where she completed a PhD in Social Anthropology. Her research was focused on the memories and practices of diaspora among the Greek-speaking communities of Georgia (South Caucasus). She taught at various departments, such as, SOAS, New York College – Skopje, the department of History, Archaeology and Social Anthropology, University of Thessaly. She is currently teaching at International Hellenic University, Thessaloniki Greece at the MA programme Cultural Studies of the Black Sea and she is doing a post-doctoral research among different new immigrant communities in the city of Volos (central Greece) in order to explore their urban memories (University of Thessaly, Dept. of History, Archaeology, Social Anthropology, DEMUCIV project).
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