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Translating LSP in Literature through a Gender Perspective call for paper - monographic issue Anglistica

Categories: Postcolonial, Hispanic & Latino, Comparative, Interdisciplinary, Lingustics, Popular Culture, Gender & Sexuality, Women's Studies, World Literatures, Aesthetics, Anthropology/Sociology, Classical Studies, Cultural Studies, Environmental Studies, Film, TV, & Media, Food Studies, History, Philosophy, African & African Diasporas, Asian & Asian Diasporas, Australian Literature, Canadian Literature, Caribbean & Caribbean Diasporas, Indian Subcontinent, Eastern European, Mediterranean, Middle East, Native American, Scandinavian, Pacific Literature
Event Date: 2019-09-01 Abstract Due: 2018-11-15

Translating LSP in Literature through a Gender Perspective

 

Editors: Eleonora Federici, Margaret Rogers and Federico Pio Gentile

 

Description: the aim of this volume is to proffer an LSP and Specialized Discourse insight into the translation of specialized vocabulary in literary texts. Contributions are invited on translation and gender/sexuality, adaptation, and (re-)interpretation, in a multifocal examination of literary case studies in adherence with critical approaches that include Translation Studies, Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Critical Discourse Analysis, Semiotics, Gender Studies, Cultural Studies, Literary Studies applied – and applicable – to the heterogeneous linguistic and cultural milieu of diverse European and extra-European contexts.

This forthcoming issue of Anglistica AION seeks to bring together substantial contributions capable of depicting and displaying major contextualized examples of linguistic peculiarities that would focus on the observation of stylistic, narrative and communicative frames, patterns and schemata, commencing with a consideration of the growing importance of LSP and Translation Studies within the field of Literature. Indeed, Literature and Translation appear as two closely related disciplines, but when the former is flanked by LSP, Specialised Translation or Gender(-sensitive) translation perspectives, the connection becomes more and more opaque. Our aim is to highlight how LSP can be traced in literary and cultural texts and how gender issue and gendered language can affect the reception of  the original and/or the translated text. As a consequence, with respect to the aim of the issue, in analysing such underexplored fields of investigation, we welcome contributions from the aforementioned methodological areas of inquiry, including but not limited to:

 

- Communication Studies

- Cognitive Stylistics

- Critical Discourse Studies

- Gender Studies

- Linguistics

- Literary Studies

- Media Studies

- Postcolonial Studies

- Pragmatics and Translation

- Rhetorics

- Semiotics

- Translation Studies

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Eleonora Federici