LINKS TO TRANSLATION STUDIES RESOURCES


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The home page of EST: European Society for Translation Studies

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The home page of CATS: The Canadian Association of Translation Studies

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Translation Center, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

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The home page of Professor Anthony Pym of Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Spain)

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The home page of Professor Brian Harris of the University of Ottawa (Canada). It opens up to several files, including a chronological annotated Bibliography of Natural Translation

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The home page of Dr Miriam Shlesinger
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The home page of Professor Jean Delisle of the University of Ottawa (Canada). You will also be able to go directly to the International Directory of Historians of Translation

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The home page of CETRA, the Leuven Research Centre for Translation, Communication and Cultures.

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Translation Journal:a publication of translators by translators about translators and translation

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Proceedings of the SeminarsOn Translation Theory and Applications, which are held biannually by theTranslation and Editorial Service at the UN Office in Vienna

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An updated list of upcomingconferences in translation, interpreting and terminology

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ASelect Bibliography of Works on Translation, meant to help especiallythose who have an interest in the literary translation of classical texts

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Literally dozens of additional links to resources on translation in many categories




The following publishing houses have series of books in Translation Studies.You may wish to check their sites on a regular basis:

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John Benjamins: http://www.benjamins.nl/

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St Jerome: http://www.mcc.ac.uk/stjerome

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Routledge: http://www.routledge.com/routledge.html

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Stauffenburg: http://www.stauffenburg.de

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Multilingual Matters: http://www.multi.demon.co.uk/index.htm

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Rodopi: http://www.rodopi.nl/home.htm

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TEXTconTEXT: http://www.t-online.de/home/textcontext/



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