Catalina Jiménez-Hurtado

Catalina Jiménez-Hurtado
University of Granada | UGR · Departamento de Traducción e Interpretación

Doctor of English and German Philology

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Desde el cambio de paradigma en el concepto de museo (Soler, 2012), que lo convirtió en un agente participativo, educativo y de inclusión social (Simon, 2010), éste es gracias a la traducción accesible, un espacio comprometido con la accesibilidad universal. Entre las modalidades de traducción accesible se encuentra la lectura fácil, que facilita...
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Despite efforts undertaken by the public administration (ministries, public museums) and companies (private museums, tourist centres, streaming platforms) to bring multimodal cultural heritage closer to all citizens, the true extent of access for those with disabilities or those at risk of exclusion remains largely unknown. In recent years, Transla...
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Audio description has developed into a tool for accessing heritage and, as such, into a social inclusion resource for people with visual impairment. Despite its growing presence in museums, key questions about how it provides access to knowledge are unanswered. In this paper, under the light of Grounded Cognition and Construal Level Theory, we posi...
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In this paper, museums are defined as interactive and multimodal communicative events and it is argued that they have to widen their scope of action and acknowledge that the accessible exhibition event should be a focus of study for linguists, educators, translators, interpreters, sociologists, and mediators. These experts, in their respective fiel...
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In this article, we discuss the possibility of applying corpus-based methods to the analysis of a complex multimodal translation product like film audio description. For this purpose, results are presented from two research projects in which a corpus of audio described films has been compiled and tagged by means of a multimodal annotation software...
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La audiodescripción es una modalidad de traducción intersemiótica (Jakobson 1959/2000) que facilita el acceso de personas con discapacidad visual a mensajes visuales en diferentes contextos, como los medios audiovisuales, las artes escénicas y los museos y exposiciones (Snyder (ed.) 2010: 7). En la última década ha sido objeto de estudio de numeros...
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Audiovisual translation (AVT) has a scientific responsibility to develop analytical methodologies for the textual phenomenon of multimodality, and for the translation strategies associated with it. At the same time, it should aim to provide studies of universal accessibility with a powerful tool for facilitating access to knowledge. This article of...
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Audiovisual Translation (AVT) has a scientific responsibility to develop analytical methodologies for the textual phenomenon of multimodality, and for the translation strategies associated with it. At the same time, it should aim to provide studies of universal accessibility with a powerful tool for facilitating access to knowledge. This article of...
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Audiovisual Translation (AVT) has a scientific responsibility to develop analytical methodologies for the textual phenomenon of multimodality, and for the translation strategies associated with it. At the same time, it should aim to provide studies of universal accessibility with a powerful tool for facilitating access to knowledge. This article of...
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Este artículo tiene el propósito de hacer una presentación general del Proyecto de Innovación Docente Traducción y Accesibilidad: Divulgación Accesible de la Ciencia-Ciencia para Todos, con código 09-105, financiado por la unidad de innovación docente de la Universidad de Granada (UGR). Detrás de este proyecto se encuentra TRACCE, un grupo de inves...
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Tesis Univ. Granada, Departamento de Filología Inglesa. Leída en julio de 1994