Anne Buckley

Anne Buckley

Lecturer in Translation Studies and German

0113 343 3504

Summary: Teacher of German language, Translation Studies and English for Specific Purposes

Location: Michael Sadler 2.02


BSc Pure Mathematics and Language Studies (German), University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology
PGCE Mathematics and German, University of Strathclyde
MA Applied Translation Studies (German and Italian), University of Leeds

Teaching 2016-2017

GERM1110 Skills in German Translation (Module Coordinator)
GERM 2040/1/2 Applied German Language (Module Coordinator)
GERM 3090/1/2 Advanced Translation (Module Coordinator)
MODL5009 English for Translators (Module Coordinator)
MODL5050 Writing for Professional Purposes (Module Coordinator)


 I am currently leading the project Kriegsgefangen in Skipton in which we are translating the memoirs of a group of German officers imprisoned in Skipton in World War I. 

Academic interests

Translation Studies
Use of corpora in translation and language learning

Conference papers

Bogdan Babych, Anne Buckley, and Svitlana Babych (2014). Advanced learners' errors in correcting Machine Translation output: comparative corpus-based analysis. TALC-2014. Teaching and Language Corpora conference. Lancaster.