TRICKLET Conference Program

The conference will be organised in a highly interactive format with room for discussion initiated by statements by invited speakers and sessions with peer-reviewed papers (two parallel sessions).

Program TRICKLET Conference 2022, “Model building in empirical translation studies”, May 19-20
The full program can be found and downloaded as a PDF under this link.


  • Fabio Alves (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais)
    A relevance-theoretic account towards an empirical theory of translation
  • Michael Carl (Kent State University)
    Representation, Metarepresentation and Relevance: An Enactive Reassessment
  • Sandra Halverson (Universitetet i Agder)
    Disciplinary integration and the critical role of sociocogniton in theorizing translation
  • Haidee Kotze (Utrecht University)
    Epistemic virtues in (empirical) translation studies
  • Ekaterina Lapshinova-Koltunski (Universität des Saarlandes)
    Top-down and Bottom-Up Approaches to Modeling Translation Variation
  • Marie-Aude Lefer (UCLouvain)
    The contribution of learner translation corpora to theory development in empirical translation studies: Overview and future prospects
  • Moritz Schaeffer (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz)
    Aeons later
  • Gert de Sutter (Ghent University)
    Is there still a role to play for corpora when translation theories turn cognitive?

Book of Abstracts
The Book of Abstracts can be dowloaded here.