Call for Papers /May 2017

   

Call for Papers /August 2017  

Arab World English Journal for Translation & Literary Studies (AWEJ-tls) welcomes the submission of papers for August issue, 2017. The deadline for manuscript submission is July.10 2017. The issue publication date is August issue, 2017. For more information visit http://awej-tls.org/index.php/paper-submission/.

The papers can address, but are not limited to, the following areas:

1-Literary Studies

  • 20th Century Literature
  • Modern and Postmodern literature
  • Modern fiction studies
  • Comparative Literature
  • Modern Literary Theory
  • Victorian literature
  • Romanticism in Literature
  • Elizabethan literature
  • Renaissance Literature
  • Medieval and Renaissance Studies
  • Shakespearean Plays
  • Theorizing transnational literature (world literature, comparative literature, transnational literature)
  • Minority literatures
  • Literary representations of censorship
  • American literature
  • American Dream in Literature
  • World Literature in English
  • Studies in Poetry
  • Studies in Fiction
  • Studies in Literary Criticism and Theory
  • Literary Theory and the Teaching of Literature
  • History of Literary Criticism and Theory
  • Contemporary American Literature
  • Nineteenth-Century American Literature
  • Modern American Literature
  • Teaching Literature to Adolescents
  • Teaching Literature to Children
  • Studies  Science  Fiction

2-Translation

  • The role of translation in mediating the exchange of knowledge across cultural and linguistic divides
  • The role of literary translation in challenging or reinforcing cultural difference
  • Translation studies: development, problems and solutions.
  • Basic issues in traditional translation research and new perspectives
  • Translation theory and practice and global changes
  • Semantic theories in translation and interpreting
  • The linguistic, cognitive, communicative, cultural, technological dimensions of translation
  • Contrast between sight interpretation and paper translation, Syntax differences between target language and source language
  • Arabic machine translation
  • E-dictionaries and translation
  • Translation and monolingual/bilingual dictionaries
  • Theoretical reflections on translation
  • Future use of corpora in translation studies
  • Translation and creativity
  • Translation and pragmatics
  • New approaches and theories in translation
  • General translation theory versus specific theories the literary translation
  • Teaching translation and literature in translation
  • Foreign language teaching and translation
  • The role of the translator in the dialogue among civilizations
  • The role of translation in cross-cultural and multi-cultural communication
  • The digital age and translation
  • Toward cultural translation
  • Globalization and translation

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