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LINGUIST List 23.2912

Mon Jul 02 2012

Calls: Lexicography, Translation/ InTRAlinea Online Translation Journal (Jrnl)

Editor for this issue: Brent Miller <brentlinguistlist.org>

Date: 30-Jun-2012
From: María del Mar Sánchez Ramos <mar.sanchezruah.es>
Subject: InTRAlinea Online Translation Journal
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Full Title: InTRAlinea Online Translation Journal


Call Deadline: 30-Nov-2012

inTRAlinea
Special Issue, 2013
Edited by María del Mar Sánchez Ramos*, María Porciel Crosa^ and Iris
Serrat Roozen°

Translation and Lexicography

Dictionaries--general and specialized, printed and online--are one of the most
important tools for the translator. Language professionals need to know how
to consult and use dictionaries in order to complete a translation task
effectively, while students of translation need to learn skills to do so. The
relationship between dictionaries and Translation Studies seems also worth
investigating. Nevertheless, as some scholars have pointed out (Fenner,
1989; Roberts, 1997; Corpas Pastor, 2001) dictionaries--and lexicography
more in general--have not be given the attention they deserve in Translation
Studies.

Submissions are invited for a special issue of inTRAlinea online journal of
translation studies on Translation and Lexicography, to be published in 2013.

Topics may include but are not restricted to the following:
-- E-Lexicography and translation
-- Dictionary look-up strategies and translation
-- Specialized translation and lexicography
-- Corpus linguistics and dictionary making
-- Translation and lexicographic typology
-- Multimedia dictionaries and translation practice
-- Advanced query interfaces
-- Specialized dictionaries and terminology
-- Translator training and dictionary use
-- Social media and lexicography

Contributions can be submitted in English, Italian, French, German and
Spanish, and should not exceed 7,500 words including notes and references.
They should include a short abstract and a set of keywords, both in English
and in the language of the article, where applicable.

The deadline for article submission is November 30, 2012.

Submissions should be sent as a word document to María del Mar Sánchez
Ramos (mar.sanchezruah.es), María Porciel Crosa
(maria.porcielcrosauji.es) or Iris Serrat Roozen (iris.serratuv.es,
iris.serratucv.es.

More information at http://www.intralinea.org/

*University of Alcalá, Spain
^University Jaume I, Castellón, Spain
°University of Valencia, Spain


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