[CFP] Translation Spaces

SPECIAL ISSUE OF TRANSLATION SPACES Vol. 13, Issue 1, 2024 Guest-edited by Minna Ruokonen, Elin Svahn and Anu Heino Translators’ and interpreters’ job satisfaction: Conceptual, empirical, methodological, and ethical considerations https://benjamins.com/series/ts/ts_cfp.pdf Schedule (latest dates) • May 13, 2022: Proposals sent to guest editors • June 10, 2022: Notification of acceptance • April 1, 2023: deadline for submission of full articles […]

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[CFP] Translatio

Translatio explores pre-modern translation in all its guises. The series investigates translation between languages in relation to other migrations and circulations – of peoples, objects, and practices; images, forms, and media – across the continents and islands of the medieval and early modern world. It invites work showing how key words, concepts, and texts all gather new force – and […]

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[CFP] Special issue of Perspectives (2023)

Pivot audiovisual translation: A burning issue for research and training Guest-edited by Hanna Pięta, Susana Valdez, Rita Menezes and Stavroula Sokoli This special issue focuses on pivot audiovisual translation (AVT), understood as the process or product of translating an audiovisual content through an intermediate language or text. Pivot translation is not uncommon in AVT history. It is likely to go […]

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[CFP] International Journal of Chinese and English Translation & Interpreting

The International Journal of Chinese and English Translation & Interpreting (IJCETI) is an international, open access, bi-lingual, and peer-reviewed periodical concerning the translation and interpreting of Chinese and English language pair. This specific pair of languages is of increasing interest among both scholars and practitioners as it represents two major languages for international business, cultural exchange and global collaboration in the 21st […]

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[CFP] Special issue on Translation in and from the Middle Ages

Guest Editor: J. Carlos Teixeira Spanning the period between the Fall of the Roman Empire in the 5th century and the Fall of Constantinople in the 15th, the Middle Ages was a time of immense cultural, artistic, political, economic, and social activity. Because of this, Medieval Studies is a particularly fruitful field of study, especially in combination with other areas, Translation […]

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[CFP] Special issue on Translation and Money

Submissions are invited for a special issue of the open-access journal, Translation Matters, published by the Translationality strand of the Centre for English, Translation and Anglo-Portuguese Studies (CETAPS) of Nova University, Lisbon, on the subject of Translation and Money. We welcome articles dealing with any aspects of the theme such as: Theoretical articles exploring issues such translation as a mode of exchange, […]

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[CFP] ‘Picturebooks and graphic narratives in education and translation: mediation and multimodality

Call for Chapters for Edited Volume Editors: Karen Bennett and Sandie Mourão The purpose of ‘Picturebooks and graphic narratives in education and translation: mediation and multimodality’ Virtual 2021, was to bring together scholars and practitioners from the worlds of education and translation studies – distinct areas with their own specific concerns, histories, and bibliographies. By focusing on the concept of […]

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[CFP] The Effect of Plurality in Translation

Full text [PDF]: Call for Contributions (Special Issue): The Effect of Plurality in Translation This special issue of the Exchanges journal seeks contributions from students at master’s and doctoral level as well as from early career academics, who prioritise an interdisciplinary perspective in their research projects. With the desire to make space for reflections on plurilingual diversity and the challenges arising therefrom for […]

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[CFP] Special issue on Translation and Money

Calls for papers Translation Matters publishes two issues per year, a general issue in the Spring and a Special (thematic) Issue in the Autumn. Submissions for the general issues are welcome throughout the year and may be uploaded onto the platform at any time. They will automatically be considered for the next available Spring issue. The Special Issues are subject to […]

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[CFP] Call for proposals for thematic issues – Linguistica Antverpiensia LANS issue 2023

Call for proposals for thematic issues for review by the journal’s editorial board Guest editors may submit proposals for thematic issues to the journal’s editorial board. To do so, please send your proposal to Dr Isabelle Robert, using the journal’s general e-mail address (lans.tts@gmail.com). To be considered, proposals must include the following five elements: guest editors’ names and affiliations; guest […]

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