[CFP] New Voices in Translation Studies: Special Issue on NEGOTIATING POWER IN TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETING: AGENCY, REPRESENTATION, IDEOLOGY (Issue 20)

New Voices in Translation Studies

Special Issue on NEGOTIATING POWER IN TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETING: AGENCY, REPRESENTATION, IDEOLOGY, (Issue 20)

Submission of abstract (500 words) : 30 September 2018
Notification of conditional acceptance : 10 October 2018
Submission of full paper : 7 December 2018
Publication Date : 15 – 31 May 2019

New Voices in Translation Studies is delighted to announce that Issue 20 (May 2019) will be dedicated to “Negotiating Power in Translation and Interpreting: Agency, Representation, Ideology”, the theme of the IPCITI 2018 conference (https://ipciti.org.uk), which will be hosted by the University of Manchester in October 2018.

As the International Postgraduate Conference in Translation and Interpreting (IPCITI) inspired the establishment of this journal in 2004, New Voices in Translation Studies is delighted to announce that Issue 20 (May 2019) will be dedicated to “Negotiating Power in Translation and Interpreting: Agency, Representation, Ideology”, the theme of the IPCITI 2018 conference (https://ipciti.org.uk), which will be hosted by the University of Manchester in October 2018. Two members of the IPCITI 2018 Organising Committee, Deborah Giustini and Chonglong Lu, will be joining as Guest Editors for this special issue.

New Voices in Translation Studies thus warmly invites submissions of papers relating to the theme “Negotiating Power in Translation and Interpreting: Agency, Representation, Ideology” from scholars who, for many reasons, may not be able to attend or present at the IPCITI 2018 conference in Manchester, UK.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
*concepts and theories of power and ideology;
*methods for the description and analysis of power relations;
*policy, expertise, and the professional environment;
culture, cooperation, and conflict;
*social media and group identity;
*censorship and media control;
politics and activism.

For further information on how to submit your paper, please refer to our editorial policy and submission guidelines.

More information is available at: https://www.iatis.org/index.php/new-voices-in-translation-studies/item/1784-call-for-papers.

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