[CFP] Guest-Edited Issue 11(1) of Translation Spaces

Information for those Submitting Proposals for Guest-Edited Issue 11(1) of Translation Spaces

Your special issue proposal should be between two and four pages long (approx. 1,500 words)
and contain the following details:

1. proposed title
2. proposed editor(s)
3. short bionote for each editor (indicate major publications and/or previous editing experience)
4. short description of subject matter/theme/area of your proposed special issue
5. potential questions to be addressed in your special issue
6. NB rationale for publication as a special issue of Translation Spaces, e.g. how would the proposed volume contribute to interdisciplinary and inter-professional dialogue relevant to translation?
7. indication of resources/publications already available on the subject (include them in your list of references)
8. possible contributors or a few lines describing the researchers targeted when you issue your call for papers

Please send proposal by email to Dorothy Kenny (dorothy.kenny@dcu.ie) and Joss Moorkens
(joss.moorkens@dcu.ie) with Translation Spaces in the subject line by 30 September 2020.

Deadlines to keep in mind if your proposal is accepted:

2020 October 15: Guest editor notified that proposal is accepted
         October 30: Guest editor issues Call for Papers for special issue
2021 May 30: Deadline for article submissions to special issue via Editorial Manager
         August 30: Peer review process concludes (initiated by Guest Editor)
         September 15: Guest Editor makes conditional acceptances and initiates revision process
         October 30: Deadline for receipt of revised articles from authors
         November 30: Feedback to authors from Guest Editor
2022 January 08: deadline for submission of final version by authors
         January 15: Guest Editor submits revised and formatted articles to General Editors
         March 15: Guest Editor submits introduction, table of contents and all other preliminaries to the General Editors
         April – May: 1st and 2nd round proofs
         July: special issue published

Note on length: The issue should contain approx. 64,000 words, or eight 8,000-word articles.
(Some articles can be slightly shorter to allow for an introduction to the volume; a maximum of
two book reviews relevant to the issue is allowed.)

Note on editorial system: Paper submission and review takes place using John Benjamin’s
Editorial Manager interface, so guest editors and reviewers will need to be set up on this system
once the proposal for the guest edited issue has been accepted.

Link to the CFP: https://benjamins.com/series/ts/ts_cfp.pdf

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