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Mon Feb 13 2012

Calls: Translation/ The Journal of Cultural Mediation (Jrnl)

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        1.     Amelia Burns , The Journal of Cultural Mediation

Message 1: The Journal of Cultural Mediation
Date: 13-Feb-2012
From: Amelia Burns <jcm.ssmlmaddaloniyahoo.it>
Subject: The Journal of Cultural Mediation
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Full Title: The Journal of Cultural Mediation

Call Deadline: 31-Mar-2012

The Journal of Cultural Mediation
Permanent Call for Contributions

The Journal of Cultural Mediation of the SSML Fondazione Villaggio dei
Ragazzi 'don Salvatore d'Angelo' focuses on the role of culture in
perceiving and translating reality. The aim of this Journal is to promote
research in communication, especially by investigating language, languages,
cultural models, mediation and interculturality, welcoming contributions
focussing on cultural mediation in modern society.

In particular manuscripts should concern:
- The role of the cultural mediator
- Linguistic/cultural mediation teaching methodologies
- Cultural mediation and identity
- Linguistic mediation in specialized discourse
- Analysis of text translations
- Quality interpreting
- Interpreting as cultural mediation
- Professionalization and professional issues of interpreters
- Interdisciplinarity within Interpreting Studies
- Teaching methodologies in interpreter training
- Research on any aspect of interpreting in any research paradigm
(including cognitive science, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics,
sociolinguistics, applied linguistics, discourse analysis, pragmatics,
anthropology, semiotics, comparative cultural studies, cross-cultural
communication, etc.)

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

Papers can be written in Italian, English, French, Spanish or German, they
should not exceed 6000 words and should be preceded by an abstract of
200-250 words. If the language of the paper is not English, please include
a translation of the abstract in English as well. At the head of your
abstract please indicate the title of the proposal, the name of the
author/s, affiliation and email address. Please include five to six keywords.

The editor will select contributions for each issue and notify authors of
acceptance or otherwise according to the dates below.

Authors wishing to contribute to the Journal of Cultural Mediation are
welcome to submit their abstracts as email attachments to
For further information, contributors are encouraged to read the guidelines
of the journal, given on our website http://www.ssmlmaddaloni.it/rivista.asp

Important Dates (Issue 1)
March 31st: call for abstracts
April 15th: notification of acceptance
June 15th: paper submission

Important Dates (Issue 2)
September 30th: call for abstracts
October 15th: notification of acceptance
December 15th: paper submission

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