[CFP] Translation and Neoliberalism – Call for Chapter Proposals for an edited volume to be published by Springer

Editors: Ali Jalalian Daghigh (http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7418-7048)/Senior Lecturer, Department of English Language, Faculty of Languages and Linguistics, Universiti Malaya, Malaysia

Mark Shuttleworth (http://orcid.org/0000-0003-3767-7229)/ Head and Professor, Department of Translation, Interpreting and Intercultural Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

Recommended topics.

Possible topics include but are not limited to the following:
– Neoliberalism and translation policies
– Neoliberalism and translator training
– Neoliberalism and translation quality
– Neoliberal discourses and narratives in translation
– Neoliberalism, technology and translation
– Neoliberalism and the translation profession
– Translation of neoliberalism through history
– Neoliberalism and machine translation
– Neoliberalism and translation across time and space
– Neoliberalism and translation in postcolonial contexts
– Neoliberalism, translation and social inequality
– Neoliberalism, translation and consumerism
– Neoliberalism, translation and identity
– Neoliberalism and the role of translators
– Neoliberalism, translation and agency

We invite both established and emerging scholars to submit theoretically and/or empirically informed chapter proposals that fit into the agenda of this proposed volume. Proposals of 400-450 words should be submitted to jalalian@um.edu.my with markshut@hkbu.edu.hk in Cc. They should include the following elements:

1. Title, abstract (including background/problem statement, purpose of the study, design/methodology/approach, potential findings and implications) and up to six keywords (300 words)

2. Author’s affiliation, contact details, and a short bio (100-150 words)

Abstract for proposed chapter 30 April 2023
Notification of acceptance 31 May 2023
Submission of first draft of the chapters 30 November 2023
Review and feedback sent to the authors 28 February 2024
Submission of the final draft (7000 words) 31March 2024
Submission of the book manuscript to the publisher 31 May 2024
The edited book is expected to be published in July/August 2024

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