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GALA 2013 Conference - Globalization and Localization Association

The Language of Translation - The Language of Business Conference, Mar 17-20, Miami http://t.co/3cg9ws3LIh #gstile #xl8

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(TOOL)-(AR)-(PDF) – The arabic literary translation market | transeuropeennes.eu

(TOOL)-(AR)-(PDF) – The arabic literary translation market | transeuropeennes.eu | translation studies | Scoop.it

"Studies about translation from Arabic into other languages."


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International Journal of Comparative Literature & Translation Studies

Call for PapersInternational Journal of Comparative Literature & Translation Studies www.ijclts.aiac.org.au Inte...

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Translation Studies

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translation departments in Turkey were opened in the 1980s under the name of "Translation and Interpreting".

The phenomenon of translation can also be described as a communicative tool between languages and cultures, and as a field of science, it is closely related to the fields of language learning, linguistics, and literature. As translations are required for a variety of subjects it becomes necessary for translation curricula to come into contact and interact with a wide range of sciences and academic fields such as law, economics, history, literature, and medicine. Placing huge emphasis on multilingualism, multiculturalism, and multidisciplinarity, translation is a gateway to all disciplines and serves as a hub of interaction for societies living in different lands and their cultures.
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