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Mon Oct 25 2010

Calls: Translation/Journal of Language and Translation (Jrnl)

Editor for this issue: Justin Petro <justinlinguistlist.org>

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        1.     David Hindman , Journal of Language and Translation

Message 1: Journal of Language and Translation
Date: 25-Oct-2010
From: David Hindman <aletheia3yahoo.com>
Subject: Journal of Language and Translation
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Full Title: Journal of Language and Translation

Linguistic Field(s): Translation

Call Deadline: 01-Mar-2011

The Journal of Language & Translation (ISSN 1598-6381) is placing this call for
papers for the Spring 2011 issue. The journal is concerned with a wide variety of
areas in translation theory and practice including cultural and literary translation,
translation process and problems, natural language processing, translation and
equivalence, dictionaries and grammars for translation, translation and
semantics, and translation vs. interpreting. Papers on other topics will be given
careful consideration; email inquiries to the Editor (info below). Papers are
peer reviewed. The JL&T is published BOTH in paper and online forms in the
spring and fall of each year. Format: the language of publication is English, and
the format is essentially Chicago Style. See www.unish.org for further details.
The length of the manuscript should not exceed 45 pages. A 200-word abstract
should be given at the beginning of each manuscript followed by several key
words. Submissions: email submissions are preferred. Kindly send the paper in
MS Word (.doc or .docx) format to David Hindman, Managing Editor, at both of
the following emails: englishsejong.ac.kr and aletheia3yahoo.com.

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