Translation is currently seen as a key social process in our highly interconnected societies, whether in the transmission of texts, of ideas or of policy across linguistic divides. 

This research project brings together different approaches to the politics of translation in a number of disciplines in the social sciences and the humanities, including sociology, translation studies, social anthropology, legal studies and policy studies, in order to elaborate a common basis for the theoretical, methodological and empirical examination of processes of political translation.

Funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation (grant number PID2019-104755GB-I00), the project’s duration is from June 2020 to February 2024.