If you are a graduate student or a postdoctoral fellow at a university outside of the English-speaking world, chances are that you have spent some time thinking about when and whether to translate your research into English.
In the humanities and the sciences alike, English is the dominant language of academic scholarship, and few would doubt that there are enormous advantages to producing journal articles and books in English.
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D.) degree programme in translation offers opportunities for research in various areas of Translation Studies such as, Legal Translation, Translation Technologies, Quranic and Biblical Translation, and Theory and Translation Practice. The research conducted should lead to the submission of a PHD dissertation of good quality.
dissertation topic dealing with any of these areas or other aspects of translation is required to engage in theory-based research.
Unlike a book or a journal article, a thesis or dissertation only officially needs to be accepted by your university department or your committee.
This prevents some graduate students from ‘thinking big’ about the reach of their thesis or dissertation.
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