Welcome to the Routledge Translation Studies Portal.

New updates include sample chapters from new titles, additional discussion points and online exercises which accompany our new textbook: Translation and Society by Sergey Tyulenev and a video lecture from Sandra Hale (featured authors).

At the end of 2013, we were delighted to acquire the St Jerome translation and interpreting studies titles and we are working on incorporating them into the portal. We have information about the journals and newest titles here; the full list will be added as soon as possible.

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This portal offers a wide range of online resources and teaching materials, links to key organisations and samples from our ground-breaking titles in translation and interpreting studies. Our aim is to create a portal that is an invaluable resource for the global translation studies community.

The Resources section offers students a wide range of materials from multiple choice revision exercises to a glossary and self-test online flashcards. There is also now a wide range of video interviews and lectures by our leading authors, including Lawrence Venuti, Mona Baker, Susan Bassnett, Sherry Simon, Michael Cronin and Douglas Robinson. Additionally, we have specially recorded videos which introduce and summarise aspects of translation studies as a discipline, featuring Lawrence Venuti, Jeremy Munday, Alina Secara and Gracie Peng.

For researchers, we recommend browsing the range of free journal articles offered in the resources section.

The Instructors section provides powerpoint slides linked to two of our bestselling textbooks, In Other Words and Introducing Translation Studies.

Please browse sample chapters from some of our key titles in the Samples section.

This is only the start, we will be building up the content offered here over time and we welcome your input. Please do get in touch via Feedback.

Best wishes, Louisa Semlyen (Senior Publisher)

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