This call enthusiastically encourages all colleagues in the humanities and humanistic social sciences interested in designing a thematically focused course on translation to send us a 500-750 word syllabus abstract by September 1, 2022.
With the objective of making translation studies a more visible fixture of the UW undergraduate curriculum, the Translation Studies Hub is thrilled to announce a 2022-2023 grant for new course development. This call enthusiastically encourages all humanities and humanistic social sciences colleagues interested in designing a thematically focused course on translation to send us a 500-750 word syllabus abstract by September 1, 2022.
Three faculty members will receive a $1000 research fund to work on their syllabus during the 2022-2023 Academic Year. We are looking for:
- Thematic focus on translation
- Accessibility of content and assignments for undergraduate students
- Expressed willingness to teach the course regularly (once every two/three years)
- Capacity to have a robust graduate section
- Potential to be withered with other departments’ course offerings
- Collaboratively created curricula across multiple UW academic units
Syllabus abstract (500-750 words) that includes a course title, a clear articulation of course outcomes and learning objectives, and a description of how and why you intend to structure your course and the type of readings, weekly themes, activities, assignments, and/or projects that will help you effectively reach desired instructional goals.
September 1, 2022 by 11:59 pm.
How to Apply
About The Translation Studies Hub (2022-2023)
Throughout the academic year 2022-23, The Translation Studies Hub is planning a series of events titled “Pathways to Teaching Translation in the Global Classroom” aimed to provide a space for you to workshop your syllabi alongside other UW colleagues and shepherd them through the process. The Translation Studies Hub will be co-led for 2022-23 by Nancy Bou Ayash (English), Aria Fani (Middle Eastern Languages & Cultures), and Sasha Senderovich (Slavic and the Jackson School of International Studies).