CFP | Audiovisual Translation in the Age of Streaming

Call for Papers Special Issue of Target (vol. 35, 2023) Guest edited by Jinsil CHOI (diane45@kmu.ac.kr) | Jonathan EVANS (jonathan.e.evans@glasgow.ac.uk) | Kyung Hye KIM (kyunghye.kim@sjtu.edu.cn) Call for Papers This special issue will investigate the role of translation in the rapidly […]

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Audiovisual Translation and Interdisciplinarity

Special Issue of Perspectives: Studies in Translation Theory and Practice Introduction | Ocean’s Eleven Scene 12: the sample as methodological cogitation – rationale and data By Marie Noëlle Guillot Permalink: https://doi.org/10.1080/0907676X.2020.1753925 Ocean’s Eleven stand-alone Scene 12 with subtitles – a gift for […]

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Insider, outsider or multiplex persona? Confessions of a digital ethnographer’s journey in Translation Studies

By Chua Yu @yu_clara JoSTrans 34 (2020 Permalink: https://jostrans.org/issue34/art_yu.php Abstract | Much attention has been paid to online collaborative translation in the past three decades. Methodologically, how we examine various forms of translation practices and communities on the internet is […]

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T(ime) T(o) S(tart) synthesising audio description in China? | Results of a reception study

By Irene Tor-Carroggio JoSTrans 34 (2020) Permalink: https://jostrans.org/issue34/art_tor.php Abstract | Text-to-speech audio description has proven to be an accepted method to increase the output of this access service in several languages, such as English, Japanese, Polish, Spanish and Catalan – […]

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