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Translation Studies

We are accepting proposals for new
volumes in the Translation Studies series.
Do not send complete manuscripts.
Send a letter or e-mail of inquiry to:

Dr. Brian J. Baer
Modern & Classical Language Studies
Kent State University
Satterfield Hall
Kent OH 44242-0001 USA
bbaer@kent.edu
Brian J. Baer, Editor
Translation Studies focuses on current developments in translation studies and related disciplines, including terminology studies, lexicography, interpreting, translation-oriented text-linguistic studies, empirical research, and computer-assisted translation. The monographs and collective works that comprise this series cover topics that form the scholarly background of translation studies and place particular emphasis on the relationship between translation theory and translation practice.

Translation in African Contexts

| Filed under: Translation Studies
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Author Evan Maina Mwangi explores the intersection of translation, sexuality, and cosmopolitan ethics in African literature. Usually seen as the preserve of literature published by Euro-American metro­politan outlets for Western consumption, cultural translation is also a recurrent theme in postcolonial African texts produced primarily for…

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Translators Writing, Writing Translators

, and | Filed under: Recent Releases, Translation Studies
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Translators Writing, Writing Translators is a collection of essays by some of the leading scholar-practitioners working in the field of translation studies. Inspired by the work of distinguished translator and theorist Carol Maier, the contributors reflect, in a variety of forms—from biographical essays to studies…

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What is Translation?

| Filed under: Translation Studies
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In What is Translation? Douglas Robinson investigates the present state of translation studies and looks ahead to the exciting new directions in which he sees the field moving. Reviewing the work of such theorists as Frederick Rener, Rita Copeland, Eric Cheyfitz, Andre Lefevere, Anthony…

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Translation as Text

and | Filed under: Literature & Literary Criticism, Translation Studies
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The basic tenet here is that we do not translate words, but texts, and that these competing models can be integrated into a more global theory of translation by viewing the translation process as a primarily textual process. The authors examine in detail the…

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Literature in Translation

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In the last several decades, literary works from around the world have made their way onto the reading lists of American university and college courses in an increasingly wide variety of disciplines. This is a cause for rejoicing. Through works in translation, students in our…

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Repairing Texts

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In Repairing Texts, Hans P. Krings challenges the idea that, given the effectiveness of machine translation, major costs could be reduced by using monolingual staff to post-edit translations. With the goal of discovering underlying trends and discovering potential hypotheses for further research, he sets different…

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Pathways to Translation

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Professional translation and translators have assumed a critical role in the modern world. The globalization of economies and communications has led to an increasing demand for professional translators to act as linguistic and cultural mediators in a growing exchange of scientific, technical, commercial, and…

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