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FYI: Call for Monograph Contributions: Language and Translation
The Section of Translation Studies within the Department of English Studies (Wroclaw University, Poland) cordially invites linguists and translation/interpreting scholars to contribute to the monograph volume titled: ''On the Verge between Language and Translation''.
The monograph volume will initiate editorial and publishing activity of the Section of Translation Studies, established in October 2012 in the organisational structure of the Department of English Studies.
We seek papers discussing the results of scholarly projects, analysing different language- and translation-related phenomena, presenting methodological issues, developing a theory, showing the application(s) of theoretical issues etc. All papers should centre around language and its various dimensions manifesting themselves in translation and interpreting. Themes falling within translation and interpreting studies are given priority although we accept topics in theoretical and applied linguistics, too. The primary language of the papers is English; however, issues of the translation into/from other languages are of course welcome.
All interested authors are hereby asked to send their paper proposal by June 30, 2014 to: email@example.com. The deadline for submitting complete papers is September 30, 2014. The papers should be sent to the above-indicated email address.
All papers submitted to the volume will undergo the reviewing process (blind review). After the reviews, the papers will be returned to contributors with reviewers’ remarks and a request to improve them or reply to the review.
The contribution should adhere to the style sheet guidelines, available from: http://www.ifa.uni.wroc.pl/translatoryka/
Should you have further questions, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org