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Sat Feb 27 2010

Calls: Translation/MonTI (Jrnl)

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        1.    Javier Franco, MonTI (Monographs in Translation and Interpreting)

Message 1: MonTI (Monographs in Translation and Interpreting)
Date: 26-Feb-2010
From: Javier Franco <Javier.Francoua.es>
Subject: MonTI (Monographs in Translation and Interpreting)
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Full Title: MonTI (Monographs in Translation and Interpreting)


Linguistic Field(s): Translation

Call Deadline: 30-Jun-2010

MonTI 3 (January, 2011)
Woman and Translation

Editors:
Luise von Flotow - University of Ottawa
José Santaemilia - Universitat de València

This volume is an attempt to open up a space for reflection on the complex
intersections between women and translation-- two categories which over the
last two or three decades have revealed to be complex and unstable
constructions, rich in linguistic, cultural and ideological associations. A
wealth of disciplines, some of them very recent, are enlarging the
analytical and research horizons-- among them we can mention gender and
sex(uality) studies, feminism, pragmatics, cultural studies, postmodernist
perspectives, deconstruction, psychoanalysis, feminist translation,
descriptive translation studies, and many more.

As a result of this richness of perspectives, the intersection between
women and translation has grown exponentially, allowing a variety of lines
of research unthought of just a few years ago, when both 'woman' and
'translation' were no more than marginal categories in language and culture.

The papers for this issue should focus on one of the following topics,
among others:
* The translation of works written by women.
* Works translated by women, no matter the genre.
* The task and work of 'translators' vs. 'translatresses'
* Feminist translation
* The metaphors linking women and translation: a review of traditional
metaphors; new metaphors.
* The translation of sex and the (female) body.
* The translation of margins-- whether social, sexual or personal-- and of
alterity.
* The presence of sexist traits in any translation.
* Women, translation and new literary/translatological canons.

We especially wish to invite papers which encourage:

(1) Cross-disciplinary perspectives.
(2) Challenging proposals, with a focus on political or ideological issues.
(3) Practical analyses of translations; but also
(4) A revaluation of the basic theoretical tenets linking 'woman' and
'translation'.

We also invite 2,000-word reviews of any book related to translation, most
especially those dealing with gender and translation.

Submission of proposals and deadlines
Full-text proposals (in English, Catalan, Spanish, German or French) should
be addressed to the MonTI Secretary (monti.secretariaua.es) by June 30,
2010. Title and 150-word abstract should be delivered in two languages: in
English and in any other of the journal's languages.

The editors will notify acceptance of proposals by the end of September, 2010.
Expected date of publication is 2011.

Contact details
Please contact anyone of both guest editors for questions regarding the
scientific contents of the volume. Use any of the journal's languages for
correspondence with the guest editors. Answers will be sent in Catalan,
Spanish or English. Please state your preferred language for replies if you
use French or German.

José Santaemilia - jose.santaemiliauv.es
Luise von Flotow - luisevonflotowyahoo.ca

Any operational questions should be addressed to the journal Secretary or
to the general editor. Please use English, French, Spanish or Catalan in
your correspondence with MonTI. Instructions on working languages,
extension of papers and style notes for authors may be found at:

http://www.ua.es/en/dpto/trad.int/publicaciones/index.html

http://www.ua.es/en/dpto/trad.int/publicaciones/normas.html


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