LINGUIST List 17.1605|
Fri May 26 2006
Calls: Translation Journal Call
Editor for this issue: Maria Moreno-Rollins
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Translation Studies in the New Millennium
Message 1: Translation Studies in the New Millennium
From: ismail Boztas <boztasbilkent.edu.tr>
Subject: Translation Studies in the New Millennium
Full Title: Translation Studies in the New Millennium
Linguistic Field(s): None;Translation
Subject Language(s): English; French; German, Standard; Turkish
Call Deadline: 30-Jun-2006
Call Deadline:30 June,2006
Call for Papers
Upon the request of so many colleagues the deadline for abstract
submission for TSNM was extended 30 June 2006. The School of Applied
Languages (SAL), Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey announces the fourth
volume of the annual journal, Translation Studies in the New Millennium: An
International Journal of Translation and Interpreting.
Aim: to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas between theoreticians
and practitioners about important issues in translation
Editors: Barbara Blackwell Gulen, Ismail Boztas, Sirin Okyayuz-Yener.
International Editorial Board: Berrin Aksoy (Hacettepe U), Martin Forstner
( Johannes Gutenberg U.), Heidrun
Gezyrmisch-Arbogast (U of Saarland), Basil Hatim
(American U of Sharjah), Tanju Inal ( Bilkent U), Ahmet Kocaman
(Hacettepe U), Hannelore Lee-Jahnke (U of Geneva), Alexis Nouss
(U of Montreal) Gideon Toury (Tel-Aviv U). Dorota Pacek (The University of
Next Issue: September 2006.
Manuscript Deadline: 30 June, 2006.
For style sheet contact: Ismail Boztas, boztasbilkent.edu.tr or mail
Ismail Boztas, SAL, Bilkent University, 06880 Ankara, Turkey
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