LINGUIST List 12.734

Fri Mar 16 2001

Calls: Terminology journal, Pragmatics & Translation

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  2. Francisco Yus, Pragmatics and Translation (RAEI) - Extended deadline

Message 1: Terminology journal

Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 13:50:08 -0500 (EST)
From: lhommem <lhommemPOSTE.UMontreal.CA>
Subject: Terminology journal

TERMINOLOGY
International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Issues in Specialized 
Communication

Edited by Marie-Claude L'Homme and Ulrich Heid
University of Montreal/University of Stuttgart
Consultant: Juan C. Sager

Call for Papers
TERMINOLOGY encompasses the subject of terminology both in general (theory and 
practice) and in specialized fields (LSP), such as physics, biomedical and 
social sciences, technology, engineering, humanities, management, economics, 
corporate identity, trade, business administration, arts, law and any other area 
in which terminology is essential to improve communication. Its content should 
be targeted at the need for information and discussion academically and in the 
professions (translation, lexicography, information science, business studies, 
computer science and linguistics).
As of 2001 the journal will be directed by Marie Claude L'Homme and Ulrich Heid.

The Editors invite relevant contributions. 

Papers can be sent to: 
Marie-Claude L'Homme				
University of Montreal
Dept of Linguistics/Translation
C.P. 6128, succ. Centre-ville
MONTREAL, Quebec
Canada H3C 3J7
lhommemling.Umontreal.ca
				
Volume 7 (2001), 2 issues per year, total 400 pages
ISSN 0929-9971

Terminology is published by John Benjamins Publishing Company, 
Amsterdam/Philadelphia

For more information and guidelines for authors : www.benjamins.com/jbp
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Message 2: Pragmatics and Translation (RAEI) - Extended deadline

Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 10:24:22 +0100
From: Francisco Yus <F.YUSmail.ono.es>
Subject: Pragmatics and Translation (RAEI) - Extended deadline

Dear all,

There is currently a call for papers on "pragmatics and translation" for
this year's volume of Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses (RAEI). On
some authors' request, we have decided to extend the deadline for submitting
manuscripts to May 31 2001.

For your convenience, I'm repeating the call for papers below.

Cordially,

Dr. Francisco Yus
University of Alicante
Department of English Studies

Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses
CALL FOR PAPERS

The Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses (RAEI) is an international
well-known Journal on English Studies published annually since 1988 by the
University of Alicante (Spain). The abstracts of all the articles published
so far can be accessed at the following Internet address:

http://www.ua.es/dfing/publicaciones/raei/indice-raei.htm#Index


After the 1998 Special issue on relevance thory, RAEI is currently is
preparing a Special Issue on pragmatics and translation. We would like to
invite any contributors who are doing research on this field to participate
in this volume which will appear in November 2001. Papers dealing with any
contribution that pragmatics can make to translation studies will be
welcome, either theoretical of practical applications.

Contributions should be submitted before April 30th 2001, complying with the
general RAEI guidelines which are accessible at the following Internet
address:

http://www.ua.es/dfing/publicaciones/raei/general/instrucciones.htm

Manuscripts (2 hard copies + disk, WorPerfect preferred) should be sent to
the following address:

Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses
University of Alicante
Department of English Studies
Ap. Correos 99. E-03080 Alicante (Spain)

The RAEI editors will be happy to hear from you.

Cordially,

Dr. Jose Mateo and Dr. Francisco Yus (editors).
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