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LINGUIST List 21.3913

Tue Oct 05 2010

Calls: Translation/International Journal of Translation (Jrnl)

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        1.    Jose Manuel Martinez Martinez, International Journal of Translation

Message 1: International Journal of Translation
Date: 04-Oct-2010
From: Jose Manuel Martinez Martinez <jmmtragmail.com>
Subject: International Journal of Translation
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Full Title: International Journal of Translation

Linguistic Field(s): Translation

Call Deadline: 01-Feb-2011

(Vol. 23, No. 2, Jul-Dec 2011)

Special Number on:

This volume is an attempt to open up a space for exchanging latest research
horizons on Audiovisual Translation, focusing on the results of a wide range
of research projects.

During the last two decades Audiovisual Translation has revealed to be a
complex and unstable field of research, rich in linguistic, cultural and
ideological associations. A wealth of disciplines are enlarging the analytical
and research horizons. Among them we can mention pragmatics, cultural
studies, sociolinguistics, sociology, neuropsychology, descriptive translation
studies, and many more. As a result of this richness of perspectives, the
intersection between the audiovisual text and translation has grown
exponentially, allowing a variety of lines of research unthought of just a few
years ago, when both 'audiovisual' and 'translation' were no more than
marginal categories in the field of Translation Studies.

We welcome papers focusing on research projects in the field of Audiovisual
Translation, especially those concerned with:

- International research projects
- Innovative uses of data-driven studies and leading-edge technologies for
- Cross-disciplinary perspectives
- Challenging proposals, with a focus on political or ideological issues
- Empirical approaches to the AVT analysis, but also
- A revaluation of the basic theoretical tenets linking 'general audiovisual
translation' and 'new modalities involved in AVT'

The papers pertaining to the areas mentioned above should be submitted in
MS-Word VIA e-mail to the Guest Editor/Editors at their contact addresses
given below not later than 1st Feb 2011.

Papers should not exceed 7500 words and should be preceded by an abstract
of 150-200 words. It should also list 5-6 key words.

All papers submitted to IJT should be original, neither having been previously
published nor being considered elsewhere at the time of submission.

The guest editor will select contributions for the special issue and notify
authors of acceptance or otherwise at the end of March 2011. The date of
publication of issue would be Sep 2011.

Authors of published papers will receive 1 copy of the journal per author, in
addition to a PDF file of the final paper.

Contributors are encouraged to follow the format of the journal, given on our
website <http://www.bahripublications.in>. On the same note, they can also
follow the APA 5th edition manuscript format as specified in the Publication
Manual of the American Psychological Association.

Guest Editor:
Rosa Agost
Universitat Jaume I, Spain
E-mail: agosttrad.uji.es

Harpreet Kaur Bahri
Deepinder Singh Bahri
1749A/5, Govindpuri Extension
Kalkaji, New Delhi 110019
E-mails: bahriusvsnl.com

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