[New Publication] Just. Journal of Language Rights & Minorities

Vol 3, No 1 DOI: https://doi.org/10.7203/Just.3.1 Interpreting for Vulnerable Populations Special issue, Edited by Lucía Ruiz Rosendo & Conor H. Martin Full issue View or download the full issue PDF Editorial Interpreting for vulnerable populations: Tracing the role of interpreters in contexts of vulnerability Lucia Ruiz Rosendo, Conor Martin PDF  |   7–22 Interpreting for Vulnerable Populations Vulnerability, moral concepts, and ethics in interpreting […]

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[New Publication] Working as a Professional Translator

By JC Penet Copyright 2024 Description What does it take to be a professional translator in the 21st century? What are the opportunities and challenges of a career in translation? How do you find that first job? How do you ensure that work remains sustainable over time? Combining industry insights, the latest research in the field of translation studies and […]

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[New Publication] Towards Game Translation User Research

Published online by Cambridge University Press: 02 May 2024 By Mikołaj Deckert, Krzysztof W. Hejduk, Miguel Á. Bernal-Merino Summary This Element takes the initiative to highlight the nascent state of audiovisual translation research centring on users of video games. It proposes ways of advancing the research by integrating numerous related perspectives from relevant fields to guide studies in translated game […]

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[New Publication] Media and Intercultural Communication: A Multidisciplinary Journal (under CC BY 4.0)

Volume & Issue: Volume 2, Issue 1 – Serial Number 3, March 2024 Netnography of Fan Localization on Social Media Releases: Observation of Overwatch (OW) and Overwatch League (OWL) Pages 1-19 10.22034/MIC.2023.423883.1007 Dody M.H. Chen Athletes’ Personal Branding on Social Media: A Case Study of Eileen Gu during the Beijing Olympics Pages 20-39 10.22034/MIC.2023.427678.1008 Fang Xie; Dongye Lyu; Hao Zhang […]

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[New Publication] Recontextualizing Nouvelle Vague cinema in Québec: Leonard Cohen, subtitler of Claude Jutra’s À tout prendre (under CC BY 4.0)

By Jorge Díaz-Cintas | University College London Francis Mus | Ghent University | University of Antwerp Abstract In this contribution, we examine the relationship between text and context in multimodal translation practices by focusing on the Québécois film À tout prendre (1963; directed by Claude Jutra) and its English version, Take It All (translated by Leonard Cohen). The first two […]

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[New Publication] On top of the world: mapping the Nordic crime fiction boom based on translation data (Open Access)

By Karl Berglund, Jesper Gulddal, & Stewart King ABSTRACT Nordic Noir – crime fiction originating in the Nordic region – is one of the most significant international publishing success stories of the twenty-first century. Despite its importance, no one has mapped and analysed the circulation of Nordic Noir as world literature. The present study addresses this knowledge gap by quantitatively […]

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[New Publication] Translation Studies and Ecology: Mapping the Possibilities of a New Emerging Field

Edited By Maria Dasca, Rosa Cerarols Copyright 2024 Description This innovative collection explores the points of contact between translation practice and ecological culture by focusing on the relationship between ecology and translation. The volume’s point of departure is the idea that translations, like all human activities, have a relational basis. Since they depend on places and communities to which they […]

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[New Publication] The first issue of Corpus-based Studies across Humanities (Open Access)

Research Articles https://www.degruyter.com/journal/key/csh/1/1/html Open Access January 16, 2024 A Look at What is Lost: Combining Bibliographic and Corpus Data to Study Clichés of Translation Jan Buts, Deniz Malaymar Page range: 1-22 Open Access December 21, 2023 Emotion and Ageing in Discourse: Do Older People Express More Positive Emotions? Jialei Li Page range: 23-50 Open Access January 19, 2024 Multimodal Mediation […]

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[New Publication] The Routledge Handbook of the History of Translation Studies

Edited By Anne Lange, Daniele Monticelli, Christopher Rundle Description The Routledge Handbook of the History of Translation Studies is an exploration of the history of translation and interpreting studies (TIS) as a field of intellectual enquiry. The volume covers the evolution of thinking on translation, from the earliest discourses in Assyria, Egypt, Israel, China, India, Greece, and Rome, up to […]

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