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Cameroon Association for Translation Studies
We foster research on translation studies, interpreting, and intercultural communication
Translation Studies And Beyond.
As human beings, we enjoy reading books, eating good food and travelling around the globe. But, as a research-oriented association, we do much more in areas related to multilingualism.
We are all researchers (to some extent), so doing research is part of our DNA. Together, we edify each other on best practices, new trends, quality resources.
We encourage ethical practices and capacity building opportunities to help advance research on translation, interpreting, and related fields.
We host several events aimed at sharing the latest trends and research through contributions from translation scholars around the world.
Our Scholarly Journal.
According to our editorial calendar, this 3rd issue is set be a thematic issue. We are currently brainstorming ideas internally in a drive to select a main theme that will help discuss the latest trends in translation studies from a specific perspective. If interested to contribute as a guest-editor, kindly email critic [at] actraductologie.org
This non-thematic production draws on the momentum from the inaugural issue. It features contributions from both scholars and practitioners, with a dedicated section for reviews. Topics covered include neural machine translation (NMT), ergonomics in the language industry, literary and legal translation, functionalist approaches to translation.
The inaugural issue of Critic tackles different facets, methods and practices relating to translation studies in Africa, by Africans, or with Africans. With contributions from world-class translation scholars, this issue paves the way to a fascinating journey into translation and interpreting circles in Africa.
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Have a Passion for Translation Issues?
Let Us Make It Social
Contribute to our association as a volunteer, to help disseminate knowledge through our journal. Tasks range from editorial planning to paper initial evaluation, peer review and final proofreading.
2. Join Forces
Enjoy exclusive members-only benefits ranging from a early-bird rates on events, free copies of our journal, discounts on training/seminars, speed mentoring programmes and more.
By buying us a few cups of coffee, help advance world-class research (primarily by Africans or about Africa) on translation, interpreting, intercultural communication, etc. Thanks.