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Language Production and Interpretation: Linguistics meets Cognition

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Sayyab Translation Journal (STJ)

Call Deadline: 30-Oct-2013

Call Information:
Sayyab Books (London) announces the 2013 volume of its journal, Sayyab Translation Journal (STJ), an international journal of translation, interpreting, and intercultural studies in either Arabic or English.

Aim: STJ brings professional and academic interests closer in addressing issues related to translation, interpreting and intercultural studies, with a focus on Arabic <> English interface. Submissions on other languages are also welcome, provided they involve Arabic. STJ welcomes high quality original research, as well as review articles and book reviews.

STJ is published provisionally as one volume per year. Contributions (6000-7000 words) to the 2013 volume of STJ, scheduled to appear in December 2013, should be submitted by e-mail to ali@sayyab.org no later than 30 October 2013.

For enquiries, style sheet, and suggestions or comments, please e-mail ali@sayyab.org or sfaiq@aus.edu or visit www.sayyab.org.


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