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Isabel Chumbo is an Assistant Professor at Bragança Polytechnic University. She has submitted her PhD thesis on the translation of Salazar’s speeches into English as a contribution towards the history of translation in Portugal during the 20th century. She also has a DEA in Translation and Intercultural Studies and a Masters in English Culture, Language and Literature. She graduated in Modern Languages and Literatures, English and German, specialising in translation. Her research interest are the translation of propaganda and political texts in the context of the 20th century Portuguese dictatorship and the didactics of translation. She has been involved in several European projects related to the quality of teaching in higher education with a focus on the use of digital resources.

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