Ritva Hartama-Heinonen is Docent in Translation Studies. Her research focuses on translation studies (general and semiotic translation theory, semiotic approaches to translation, intracultural translation, translator training), and semiotics (semiotics of translation, Charles S. Peirce's semeiotic, general semiotics).
Nely Keinänen is Docent in English Philology and Translation studies. She teaches Shakespeare, English literature, and Translation from Finnish into English in the Master’s program in English Studies at the University of Helsinki. Her areas of expertise include Shakespeare (including Shakespeare in Finland), English renaissance drama and poetry, early modern English women writers, and drama translation.
Tuija Kinnunen is Docent in Translation Studies at the University of Helsinki and Senior Lecturer at Tampere University. She has investigated the various aspects of using them as legal sources of evidence in courts of law, the interpreter's agency, the role of interprofessional collaboration in the Finnish court system, and multimodality in interpreter-mediated court interaction. Kinnunen received the Tiedon helmi award from The Finnish Association of Translators and Interpreters in 2018 for her contribution to translator and interpreter training in Finland.
Igor Kudashev is Docent in Russian Translation at the University of Helsinki and Senior Lecturer of Russian Language and Translation Studies at Tampere University.
Päivi Pasanen is Docent in Translation Studies and was Senior Lecturer of Russian Translation. Her research interests include translation pedagogy, Frame-based Terminology, and terminology in everyday life. Currently, Pasanen participated in the project Digital Leap in Translator and Interpreter Training (link to information in Finnish).
Leena Salmi is Docent in Translation Studies at the University of Helsinki and Senior Lecturer of French Studies at the University of Turku.