WORK, WELL-BEING AND COMMUNICATION IN A GLOBALISING AND DIGITALISING WORLD
Research Fellow @ School of Humanities at Tallinn University
Areas of expertise:
Intercultural crisis communication, translation and ideology, media translation.
Tanya holds an MA in Translation for International Communication and a PhD in Translation (University of Vigo) and she is a Research Fellow at Tallinn University working at the intersection between translation and migration. Her focus is on exploring how translation practices can foster the inclusion of migrant communities and linguistic minorities.
Previous and ongoing projects:
Project 1: 09/2022–09/2025 ─ "Translation, migration, and democracy: Managing multilingual access to information in the greater Helsinki area and in Tallinn”. Funded by the Kone Foundation. Role: Project Partner.
Project 2: 12/2020–12/2022 ─ "Ideology in Translation. Political Discourse on Migration in the Media”. Funded by the Estonian Research Council. Role: Principal Investigator.
Project 3: 10/2021–09/2022 ─ “Improving communication with migrants for crisis preparedness: lessons learned from COVID-19”. Funded by the Council of the Baltic Sea States. Role: Principal Investigator/Project Leader.