[CFP] From the Fandom to the Classroom: Bridging informal and formal learning

EDMETIC. Special issue: From the Fandom to the Classroom – Bridging informal and formal learning Link: http://www.uco.es/servicios/ucopress/ojs/index.php/edmetic/announcement/view/38 Call for Papers: With the Internet revolution, the ways in which we learn and work as part of global networks are increasingly important. We no longer use technologies to access information and automatize skills (linguistic, mathematic, scientific, technical, etc.) in formal and regulated […]

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[CFP] Journal of Audiovisual Translation, Special Issue on: Understanding Media Accessibility Quality: Theoretical and Experimental Approaches

CALL FOR PAPERS Special Issue on: Understanding Media Accessibility Quality: Theoretical and Experimental Approaches Guest Editor: Gian Maria Greco, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain, gianmaria.greco@uab.cat For a long time, Media Accessibility (MA) has focused on the development and implementation of accessible products and access services. Nevertheless, providing accessible products and access services is a necessary but not sufficient condition for guaranteeing accessibility. In order to […]

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[CFP] chronotopos – A Journal of Translation History, Open Call for the Second issue

chronotopos – A Journal of Translation History Chronotopos enters the next round. After the successful publication of the first issue in which the programmatic openness and polyphony of the journal became visible, the interdisciplinary discussion about translation history shall now be continued and deepened. Chronotopos invites all interested authors to hand in papers on the following topics: 1)  History of […]

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[CFP] Special Issue: Analog Games and Translation, Analog Game Studies

Special Issue: Analog Games and Translation Guest Editor: Jonathan Evans, University of Portsmouth, UK Call for Papers: This special issue will analyse translation in and of modern analog games, including board games, card games, tabletop role-playing games (RPGs) and live action role-playing games (LARPs). Recent decades have seen the expansion of the hobby of gaming around the world and gaming […]

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[CFP] Non-Thematic Issue of transLogos Translation Studies Journal

Call for Papers TransLogos Translation Studies Journal invites original articles for Volume 2, Issue 1 to be published in June 2019 on issues in translation studies such as translation theory, translation criticism, history of translation and translation studies, applied translation, machine translation, computer technologies in translation, translator training, technical writing as well asinterdisciplinary issues in translation studies. You can submit […]

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[CFP] mTm, non-thematic issue, Vol. 11, 2020

Call For Papers mTm vol. 11 The 11th volume of the mTm journal is scheduled to appear in early 2020. The 11th volume is non-thematic so articles on all aspects of TS which fall within the scope of the journal are welcome. Articles may be submitted in the following languages: English, German, French, Spanish and Italian. Submission process: 1. Submission […]

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[CFP] Neke The New Zealand Journal of Translation Studies, Vol. 2, 2019

Neke The New Zealand Journal of Translation Studies Theme: Translation and Sustainability The second thematic issue is: “Translation and Sustainability”. Contributions should be submitted by Thursday, July 31, 5pm (NZDT). The authors of the selected contributions will be notified by August 15. The final submission date for any revised contribution is Friday, September 20, 5pm. The issue will go live […]

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[CFP] Linguistica Antverpiensia: Special Issue on ‘Cognitive Translation Studies – Theoretical Models and Methodological Criticism’

Cognitive Translation Studies – Theoretical Models and Methodological Criticism Guest Editors: Kairong Xiao, Southwest University, Chongqing, China Ricardo Muñoz, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain Practical information and deadlines Proposals: Please submit abstracts of approximately 500 words, including relevant references (not included in the word count), to both Dr. Kairong Xiao and Dr. Ricardo Muñoz Martín (kairongxiao@163.com | […]

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[CFP] CULTUS 12 : Training mediators: the future

CULTUS 12 : Training mediators: the future Call for Abstracts: 28 December, 2018 Call for papers: 1 April, 2019 Submission info at: www.cultusjournal.com Cultus 12 will focus on the training of the language and cultural mediator. To what extent are traditional translator/interpreter roles and training relevant to real world employment in the near future? One particular issue is the “zone of uncertainty” […]

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[CFP] ATISA – Special Issue on ‘Translation and LGBT+/Queer Activism’

Special Issue of ATISA: Translation and LGBT+/Queer activism Guest Editors Michela Baldo, University of Hull Jonathan Evans, University of Portsmouth Ting Guo, University of Exeter Link to the CFP: http://www.atisa.org/call-for-papers-lgbt?from=groupmessage&isappinstalled=0 This special issue will focus on the role that translation plays in global LGBT+/Queer activism. It will analyze the practices of translation as part of activism within lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, […]

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