Translation and Literature Graduate Journal
Living in Languages
traversing borders, disciplines, and mediums.
Inviting Submission to Living in Languages Journal
Congratulations on your presentation at the 2022 Living in Languages Colloquium. We are pleased to invite you to submit papers for the second publication of Living in Languages Journal, an online open-source, peer-reviewed graduate journal devoted to translation studies at University at Albany. As a multilingual and interdisciplinary publication—a collaboration between the English and the Languages, Literatures and Cultures departments—our journal is primarily dedicated to our paper presenters who participated in the translation colloquium.
For our second issue, we want to build from our colloquium where the presenters explored, under the rubric of living in more than one language/culture, work on topics ranging from the construction of selves to slang and the sounds of the foreign, from audiovisual dubbings to exiles whose languages brush up against one another, from magical realism to culinary contexts, in sum, from and to Babel and its literary and political cascades. We also welcome submissions from other institutions and scholars.
Aligned with the Living in Languages colloquium, we are inviting papers for the following subthemes to justify the relevance and scope of the issue:
1) Translation and the Confessional Tradition
2) Translation and the Development of Distinct Lexicons.
3) Translation and M(O)ther Tongues.
4) Translation and Genre
5) Translation and Hybridity
6) Limits of Translations
7) Translation and Experience
Submit your work at our website: https://scholarsarchive.library.albany.edu/liljournal/. Please feel free to email us with any concerns or questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Date of submissions: May 30th, 2022.
Format/ Font: MS Word in Times New Roman (MLA 8th Edition). Endnotes are preferred over footnotes as they are easier to process. All the papers must be original, unpublished, and written within 3600-5000 words. An abstract in 150-250 words and 4-5 keywords should be embedded within the paper. Each paper should include a cover letter suggesting the name of the author, along with a brief bio, not exceeding 50 words. The name of the author and co-author (if any) must not be written or suggested anywhere except the cover letter. The paper should be original and must have a proper bibliography and work cited section. An acknowledgment shall be sent upon receipt. Any suggested revisions by the editor and peer reviewers must be returned in two weeks without delay. Simultaneous submissions are not allowed.