Video game localisation and beyond: shifting digital boundaries in Translation Studies

By Gianna Tarquini & Serenella Massidda (University of Bologna, University of Sassari, IT)

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Dr. Serenella Massidda received her European Doctorate in Audiovisual Translation researching on “The Italian Fansubbing Phenomenon” in 2013.
In 2009 she graduated from Imperial College London defending her dissertation on AVT : “Transcribing, captioning and subtitling a BBC4 documentary on Quantum Physics”.
In 2010 she presented her poster paper, “The Italian Fansubbing Phenomenon: Amateur Translation in a ‘Lost’ World” at the 6th International Postgraduate Conference in Translation and Interpreting, University of Manchester.
In 2011 was Visiting PhD at Imperial College London, under the supervision of Jorge Díaz Cintas.
In 2012 she presented her paper “Origin and Evolution of Italian Fansubbing Communities” at Languages and the Media 2012 - 9th - International Conference on Language Transfer in Audiovisual Media (Berlin).
In 2013 she presented her paper “Fansubbing and Subtitling Norms: A Hybrid Proposal”, at the 5th International Media for All Conference 2013 - Audiovisual Translation: Expanding Borders. 26 - 27 September 2013, Dubrovnik, Croatia.
She is a Member of ESIST (European Association for Studies in Screen Translation) and her main research interests are: fansubbing and audiovisual translation.

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©inTRAlinea & Gianna Tarquini & Serenella Massidda (2014).
"Video game localisation and beyond: shifting digital boundaries in Translation Studies"
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This article can be freely reproduced under Creative Commons License.
Stable URL: http://www.intralinea.org/specials/article/2064

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