Linguistica Antverpiensia, New Series – Themes in Translation Studies (LANS – TTS) is the journal of the Department of Translators and Interpreters, Artesis University College Antwerp. It is a peer-reviewed, annual publication devoted to the study of language, translation and culture, with a special focus on translation in its many oral and written manifestations. The journal is not bound to any particular school of thought or academic group.
- Fabio Alves Federal University of Minas Gerais
- Cecilia Alvstad University of Oslo
- Philiep Bossier University of Groningen
- Louise Brunette Université du Québec en Outaouais
- Walter Daelemans University of Antwerp
- Jorge Diaz Cintas Imperial College London
- Géraldine De Visscher (editorial secretary) Artesis University College
- Lieven D'Hulst Catholic University of Leuven
- Marco A. Fiola Ryerson University
- Sandra Hale The University of New South Wales
- Chris Hutchison Kingston University
- Katrien Lievois (chief editor) Artesis University College
- Ilse Logie University of Ghent
- Jeremy Munday University of Leeds
- Aline Remael (public relations) Artesis University College
- Isabelle Robert (proofreader French) Artesis University College
- Iris Schrijver (review editor) Artesis University College
- Jimmy Ureel (rating & advertising – proofreader English) Artesis University College
- Dirk Van Hulle University of Antwerp
Proposals for thematic issues for review by the journal’s editorial board
Proposals for thematic issues
Guest editors submit proposals for thematic issues to the journal’s editorial board. Proposals include the names of the guest editors, a proposal title and a short summary (between 500 and 1,000 words) with a presentation of the theme proposed.
Proposal reviews for thematic issues
The editorial board examines proposals based on their originality and on thematic (non-)redundancy with former thematic issues (http://www.lans-tts.be/FormerIssues.htm). A proposal generally consists of a general description of the theme proposed, followed by more specific research topics and/or suggestions for research questions. Please do not provide an exhaustive list of research questions. Proposals for thematic issues are examined at the annual meeting of the editorial board, which takes place annually in November. The editorial board may accept the proposal, reject it, postpone it or ask guest editors for modifications.
Deadlines for 2013 and 2014
- Submission of a proposal for a thematic issue: 15 October 2013
- Acceptance of the submitted proposal for a thematic issue: 1 December 2013
- First call for papers: 1 February 2014
- Submission of proposals for papers: 1 May 2014 (title and abstract of approx. 300 words, references not included)
- If necessary, second call for papers : 1 June 2014
- Acceptance of the submitted proposal: 1 July 2014. The proposals for papers will be reviewed by guest editors, the editorial board and the journal’s chief editor. Upon acceptance, authors will receive a stylesheet as well as a template for their texts.
- Submission of papers: 1 February 2015 (maximum 38,000 characters, including references, notes and spaces). Papers will be double-blind peer reviewed between 1 February and 1 April 2015.
- Acceptance of papers: 1 April 2015
- Submission of the final versions: 1 September 2015. Guest editors will accept the final versions of the papers after they have proofread them one final time for form and contents (in accordance with the stylesheet, which can be found online at www.lans-tts.be).
- The editorial work takes place between 1 September and 1 November 2015. The editorial board takes care of the final editing work, adding the review articles (Review editor: Iris Schrijver) and producing the final PDF file.
- Publication: in the course of December 2015
Double-blind peer review process
Guest editors must make sure that the papers are double-blind peer reviewed. Reviewers are selected from a list of experts made available by the journal. Guest editors may suggest additional experts for the reviewing process.
Reviewers may comment on papers by using the referee form and/or by adding their comments in the papers themselves. Guest editors are invited to write summaries of evaluations and/or suggestions and mail them to the authors before 1 April 2014. If need be, authors will be invited to take these suggestions into account in final versions. The final versions will be reviewed only by guest editors, if necessary with the support of the journal’s editorial board.
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Please send proposals for thematic issues or any question to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adresse : Linguistica Antverpiensia New Series – Themes in Translation Studies (LANS-TTS)Department of Translators and InterpretersArtesis University College AntwerpSchildersstraat 41 – B-2000 Antwerp