Head of Department, Associate Professor of Translation Studies, Programme Director, PhD
Representative of the European Master’s in Translation (EMT) at the University of Tartu. Member of the European Society for Translation Studies. Teaches methodology of translational research, general translation theory, culture-specific aspects of translation, practical translation seminars (de-et, et-de). Has published on translation theory, translation and culture and translation policy, has been a member of the sworn translator’s examination board. Freelance translator.
(+372) 737 5348
J. Liivi 4-213Bterje.loogus [ät] ut.ee
Luc van Doorslaer
Professor of Translation Studies, PhD
Before starting his professorship at the University of Tartu, he worked at the University of Duisburg (Germany), the University of Antwerp and KU Leuven (both Belgium). He is the former President of CETRA (2014-18), the Centre for Translation Studies at KU Leuven, and Professor Extraordinary at Stellenbosch University (South Africa). Since 2016 he has been Vice President of EST, the European Society for Translation Studies. He is journal editor of ‘Translation in Society’ (John Benjamins) and book series editor of ‘Translation, Interpreting & Transfer’ (Leuven University Press). He has published widely in the field of translation studies, mainly on his research interests journalism and translation, sociology of translation, imagology and translation, and the institutionalization of translation studies. Courses taught: Introduction to translation studies, National and cultural image-building through translation, Translation in journalism, Sociology of translation.
J. Liivi 4-104luc.vandoorslaer [ät] ut.ee
Lecturer in Russian Language and Translation Studies, PhD (employment contract suspended)
Freelance translator. Teaches the following courses: introduction to interpreting, practical translation seminars (ru-et and et-ru) of business texts, science and technology translation and legal translation. In addition she teacher courses in the Department of Slavic Studies: including a course on the problems of contrastive grammar on the basis of Russian and a seminar in Russian grammar. She has published on the role of grammar in translation, Russian-Estonian translation, contrastive grammar of Estonian and Russian languages.
J. Liivi 4-213Asirje.kupp-sazonov [ät] ut.ee
Teacher of Written Translation (English Language) 0,5 k.
J. Liivi 4-213Apiret.raabus [ät] ut.ee
Junior Lecturer in Written Translation (English Language), MA
Freelance translator/reviser, teaching the following courses: Translation of LSP-texts (en-et, et-en), Introduction to Translating EU Texts, CAT Tools and Translation Memories, Machine Translation Post-Editing. Member of the Estonian Association of Masters in Conference Interpreting and Translation. Member of the European Society for Translation Studies.
J. Liivi 4-213Areelika.saar [ät] ut.ee
tatjana.opikova [ät] ut.ee
anastassia.kolessova [ät] ut.ee
Academic Affairs Specialist
(+372) 737 5228
J. Liivi 4-201milvi.kaber [ät] ut.ee
Seminars in translation are also delivered by:
Lecturer in French Language and Translation Studies, PhD (General linguistics)
Freelance interpreter in EU institutions and freelance translator. Teaches the following courses: translation of economic, legal, scientific and technical texts from French into Estonian and from Estonian into French.
(+372) 737 6244
J. Liivi 4-218marri.amon [ät] ut.ee
Associate Professor of German Philology, PhD (German Language and Literature), MA (Translation)
Teaches the following courses: practical translation seminars (de-et and et-de) of science and technology translation and, in the Department of German Studies, courses of practical translation (de-et), german language history, history of the german speaking countries, baltic german culture and translation, problems of contrastive grammar, text analysis. Has published on baltic-german translation history, balti-german lexicography, language and cultural history. Freelance translator and interpreter.
(+372) 737 6240
J. Liivi 4-206reet.bender [ät] ut.ee