Journal of Chinese Film Studies is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal which focuses on the history, theory, criticism, practice and industries of Chinese films and provides a platform for cutting-edge academic research and debate. It is committed to advancing interdisciplinary approaches […]» Read more
Open Access | ‘Is climate science taking over the science?’: A corpus-based study of competing stances on bias, dogma and expertise in the blogosphere
By Luis Pérez-González | Humanities and Social Sciences Communications volume 7, Article number: 92 (2020) https://www.nature.com/articles/s41599-020-00582-z Abstract | Climate change science has become an increasingly polarized site of controversy, where discussions on epistemological rigour are difficult to separate from debates on the impact that economic […]» Read more
‘The government is following the science’: Why is the translation of evidence into policy generating so much controversy?
In the UK, the government has presented itself as guided by scientific evidence in its policy responses to COVID-19. This has led to science, in particular epidemiology, itself becoming politicised and contested. However, neither the politicisation of science nor questions […]» Read more
JoSTrans Issue 35 – January 2021 Guest edited by Francis Mus and Sarah Neelsen https://jostrans.org/issue35/issue35_toc.php GUEST EDITOR INTRODUCTIONS Francis Mus“Translation and plurisemiotic practices: A brief historyTraduction et pratiques plurisémiotiques. Un bref parcours historique”[abstract] 2-16 Sarah Neelsen“What is a plurisemiotic work […]» Read more
Punctum: International Journal of Semiotics | Volume 06 : Issue 01 : 2020 ARTICLES Introduction: Translation and Translatability in Intersemiotic SpaceEvangelos Kourdis and Susan Petrilli 5-14 ABSTRACT Translating the Book App’s icono-letterSara Amadori 15-37 ABSTRACT Sequences and scenes of transposition […]» Read more