CFP: Comparing Literatures through Translation: Theoretical and Practical
Challenges (12/31/03; Gramma: Journal of Theory and Criticism)
Contributions from the following areas are welcome: current translation
theories; comparative literary theory; cultural studies; post-colonial
theory; stylistics; discourse analysis; pragmatics; aesthetics.
Papers should not exceed the length of 5000 words (including footnotes and
bibliography). They should follow the MLA Handbook (5th edition).
Contributions can be submitted in either English or Greek. Papers should be
submitted in double-spaced format (two hard copies and a disk) to the editor
of the issue, Nikos Kontos: