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Translation: Computation, Corpora, Cognition

Call Deadline: 30-Jun-2014

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The free open access journal 'Translation: Computation, Corpora, Cognition' (TC3) aims to be a platform for knowledge exchange in the field of the empirical study of translation, presenting a wide range of approaches as well as a diverse readership. Topics range from computational approaches with relation to translation and corpus-based investigations of translation, to the study of the translation process and its cognitive basis. TC3 is an annual peer-reviewed journal following an immediate open access policy. For more information, please see http://t-c3.org

We are currently open for submissions to our next issue, to appear in late 2014. For your contribution to appear in that issue, it should be submitted by the end of June. There are no publication fees for authors. TC3 accepts submissions in Word, OpenOffice or LaTeX format. When submitting a paper, please follow the instructions at http://t-c3.org/index.php/t-c3/about/submissions#authorGuidelines

As is the case with many other journals, TC3 uses English as the lingua franca for articles for pragmatic reasons, which mainly concern broad dissemination. However, we also accept one paper per issue which is written in a language other than English for which we can assure a transparent double-blind peer review.


For any questions, please refer to Oliver Čulo, culo@uni-mainz.de


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