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BITRA. <BR>Bibliografía de Interpretación y Traducción

BITRA. <BR>Bibliografía de Interpretación y Traducción

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gelbukh Presentation International Journal of Translation, published since 1989 by Bahri Publications, solicits papers relevant for theory and practice of manual, computer-aided, or automatic translation. Publication has no cost for the authors, and the editorial house sends for free one complete copy of the issue to every author. This guarantees the quality of the papers: the publisher's income comes from the readers, not from the authors.

METAMORPHOSES -journal of literary translation- Metamorphoses is the journal of the Five College Faculty Seminar on Literary translation. Published in the spring and fall, the journal provides a forum for literary translation out of (and into) all languages, and for papers on the theory and practice of literary translation. We are no longer accepting submissions for the Fall 2017 general issue (the deadline for submissions was January 15, 2017). The next general issue is scheduled to appear in 2019. We have a rolling acceptance policy. The 2018 Double Issue is dedicated to languages and literatures of China and the Chinese diaspora.

Norwich Papers A full list of publications from the members of the School of Literature, Drama and Creative Writing is available in the UEA Digital Repository. Norwich Papers is an annual journal based at the University of East Anglia, consisting of a range of essays and papers on issues in Translation Studies. Every year the journal concentrates on a specific theme and values its contributions from a wide range of academic backgrounds. Since 1993, Norwich Papers has been published by students of the MA in Literary Translation, and, since 2003, also by students from the MA in Applied Translation Studies.

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