About the Centre
The Emily Anderson Centre is home to academics, practitioners and students active in translation in NUI Galway. It is named after Emily Anderson (1891–1962), a Galway scholar, translator and civil servant. It is hosted by the Moore Institute, NUI Galway’s research hub in the humanities and social sciences.
- Theoretical, societal and pedagogical implications of translation activity.
- Interdisciplinary collaborations and outreach activities.
- Increased awareness of the significance and place of translation in society.
- Exploration of the many aspects of translation, its cultural and historical significance and its expression in culture, society and technology.