Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes

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Journal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes is a quarterly, open-access, peer-reviewed journal published by the University of Niš, Serbia. The principal aim of the journal is to present the latest theoretical and research developments in English for Specific Purposes, English for Academic Purposes, Applied Linguistics. We welcome submission of scholarly articles dealing with specificities of teaching and learning domain discourses, strategies and techniques in mapping needs analysis, curriculum and material development, assessment issues, discourse analysis, formats of academic writing, use of language learning technologies, language education policy. This journal also invites relevant book reviews and/or presentations, conference calls, interviews with outstanding experts.

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CALL FOR PAPERS

 

Vol. 6, No 1, 2019  

Translation and Culture in English for Specific Purposes

We invite papers on theoretical and case studies examination of the presence and relevance of translation within courses of English for Specific and English for Academic Purposes, and the methodology of its practice.

Guest Editors:

Prof. Brankica Bojović, University of Montenegro
Prof. Ljiljana Jovković, Union Nikola Tesla University, Serbia
Dr. Emir Muhić, University of Banja Luka, The Republic of Srpska

The volume is primarily concerned with the salient facets of translation and interpretations studies encompassing the following topics:

1.    Grammatical equivalence
2.    Circumnavigating non-equivalence
3.    Coming to terms with culture-related communicative obstacles
4.    Idioms, proverbs, fixed expressions and diglossia - demarcated lexical versions, variegations and subtle variance
5.    Collocation constructs – identifying approximates in TL
6.    Becoming a translator
7.    Becoming an interpreter
8.    Field-specific translation and interpretation – rising to the challenge
9.    Translators and interpreters as learners
10.  Context, relevance and memory
11.  Higher education and student expectations
12.  Multilingualism and foreign language acquisition at university level
13.  Global English in tourism-sociolinguistic and economic perspectives
14.  Literary communication-interconnections of language and literature
15.  Literary translation-interconnections of language and history

Authors are kindly invited to send in their entries and submissions for consideration in line with the citation style proposed no later than 3rd March 2019.


Nadežda Stojkovic
Editor-in-Chief
Nadezda.Stojkovic@elfak.ni.ac.rs
 
Posted: 2018-12-04
 
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Vol. 6, No 2, Special Issue, 2018

Table of Contents

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Benoît Guilbaud, David Tual, David Tual
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Maggie Charles
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217-224
Christian Krekeler
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225-233
Alena Hradilová
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235-243
Alexander Burdumy, Christine Bohlander
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245-252
Cinzia Bacilieri
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253-263
Monika Woźniak, Desirée Acebes de la Arada
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265-275
Eric Koenig, Katherine Guertler
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277-284
Emmanuela Vardis Seiradakis, Ioannis Spantidakis
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285-296
Katarzyna Lanucha
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297-303
Elis Kakoulli Constantinou
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305-317
Catherine Hua Xiang
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319-332