Pascale Elbaz

Pascale Elbaz
Researcher in Chinese language and civilization

Pascale Elbaz holds a doctorate in Chinese language and civilization from Inalco and is a teacher-researcher at ISIT, Grande école de l'interculturel et du multilinguisme (Paris-Panthéon-Assas-Université). She is responsible for the school's transdisciplinary intercultural seminar. She is also an associate researcher at IFRAE (French Institute for Research on East Asia). Her research focuses on two areas: the analysis of Chinese vocabulary of aesthetics and culture, and the pedagogy of translation and terminology in the era of multilingualism and automatic natural language processing (CAT, MT). She also works as a Chinese-French translator in publishing: Le Chant de la Terre chinoise (2021), Photographies de la Chine d'aujourd'hui (2020) (Ed. Horizon orientale). She is a member of the Research Task Force of FIT (International Federation of Translators) and participates in the writing of articles on the transformation of the translation profession and on the training of the new generation of translators.

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