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3035Translation Spaces -- Invitation to Submit

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  • Anthony Pym
    Nov 4 4:19 PM
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      Invitation for Submissions (Vol. 3, 2014)

      Translation Spaces: A multidisciplinary, multimedia, and multilingual journal of translation, published annually by John Benjamins Publishing Company, has just completed publication of Volume 2 and is currently accepting submissions for Volume 3! The journal actively encourages researchers from diverse domains, and publishes peer-reviewed articles (approximately 10,500 words) in seven permanent topical tracks.

      Please consult our guidelines, and submit all manuscripts through the online submission and manuscript tracking site, indicating for which track and Board member the manuscript is to be addressed: (1) Translation, Globalization, and Communication Technology (Frank Austermühl); (2) Translation, Information, Culture, and Society (Gregory M. Shreve); (3) Translation, Government, Law and Policy (Michael Geist); (4) Translation, Computation, and Information (Sharon O’Brien); (5) Translation and Entertainment (Minako O’Hagan); (6) Translation, Commerce, and Economy (Keiran J. Dunne); and (7) Translation as an Object of Study (Ricardo Muñoz Martín).

      Abstracts for submissions to be considered for publication in Volume 3 should be received by March 15, with complete articles submitted by May 15, 2014. The journal envisions translation globally as a complex set of socio-cultural spaces of encounter that are both physical and virtual, and we welcome exploration of those linguistic and social-cultural frontiers where translation practice and theory are interacting most dramatically with the dynamically changing landscape of contemporary, urban globalization and technologies.

      Debbie Folaron
      Professeure agrégée/Associate Professor
      Université Concordia
      Département d'Études françaises - Traduction
      Bureau : LB 607.09
      1455, boul. de Maisonneuve Ouest
      Montréal (Québec)
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