Scientific Researcher Ana Catană-Spenchiu
Department of Social Sciences and Humanities
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Ana Catană-Spenchiu graduated in Philology from the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi, Romania. From 2012 she is a researcher at the Institute of Interdisciplinary Research, Department of Social Sciences and Humanities (The Centre of Biblical-Philological Studies “Monumenta linguae Dacoromanorum”), holding a PhD in Philology (2012) for the thesis Comparison between the Bible from Bucharest (1688) and the 1795 Revised Version by Samuil Micu. Translation Issues. Her research interests are: editing and interpretation of old texts, translation issues, old Bible translations, digitalized lexicography. She worked in projects as: Monumenta linguae Dacoromanorum. Biblia 1688, financed by “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi; Romanian Lexicographic Corpus (ERLC), TE_246/2010, 2010 – 2013, research member. She is project research member of The Integration of World’s History in the Romanian Culture through Translations of Historical Texts from German Language at the End of the 18th and the Beginning of the 19th Century (WHRCGL), PN-III-P1-1.1-TE-2019-0721 and also reserch member of Re-evaluating the Sixteenth-Century Romanian Psalters. Aligned Corpus and Comparative Studies (roPsalt), PN-III-P4-ID-PCE2020-2939.