María Calzada-Pérez

María Calzada-Pérez is Full Professor of Translation Studies at the Universitat Jaume I. Her research focuses on corpus-based translation studies, institutional translation (especially translation at the European Parliament), translation paedagogy, ideology, and advertising. She is Principal Coordinator of the ECPC (European Comparable and Parallel Corpora of Parliamentary Speeches) research group.

She has produced books such as (i) Calzada-Pérez, M. (2007). Transitivity in Translating: The Interdependence of Texture and Context. Bern: Peter Lang; (ii) Calzada-Pérez, M. (2007). El espejo traductológico. Teorías y didácticas para la formación del traductor. Barcelona: Octaedro.

Among her recent papers: (iii) Calzada-Pérez, M. (2010). Learning from Obama and Clinton: Using Individuals’ Corpora in the Classroom. In M. Moreno Jaén et al. (eds.), Exploring New Paths in Language Pedagogy. London: Equinox, 191- 212; (iv) Calzada-Pérez, M. (2017). Five Turns of the Screw. A CADS analysis of the European Parliament. Journal of Language and Politics, 16(3), 412-433; (v) Calzada-Pérez, M. (2017) Corpus-based Methods for Comparative Translation and Interpreting Studies: Mapping Differences and Similarities with Traditional and Innovative Tools, in Tyulenev, S. and Zheng, B. (eds.). Towards Comparative Translation and Interpreting Studies, TIS, 12(2), 231-252; (vi) Calzada-Pérez, M. (2017) What is Kept and What is Lost Without Translation? A Corpus-Assisted Discourse Study of the European Parliament’s Original and Translated English. Perspectives. Studies in Translation Theory and Practice, online (vii) Calzada-Pérez, M. (2017) Visual Rhetorical Figures in Cross-Cultural Consumer Behavior: The Impact of Moderating Factors in a Spanish Language Context, Journal of Current Issues & Research in Advertising online; (viii) Calzada-Pérez, M. (2017) The Impact of Symbolic Culture on the Understanding of Visual Figuration”, Journal of Intercultural Communication, 44, online.

She is also editor of volumes such as: (ix) Calzada-Pérez, María (2003) Apropos of Ideology. Manchester: St. Jerome and (x) Baker, Mona, Olohan, Maeve, and Calzada Pérez, María (eds.) Text and Context. Essays on translation and Interpreting in Honour of Ian Mason. Manchester: St Jerome.