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Welcome to the Routledge Translation Studies Portal.
Recent updates include new Samples from a selection of key and recent titles including the prizewinning Translating Dissent edited by Mona Baker, and the fourth edition of Jeremy Munday’s bestselling Introducing Translation Studies. (See also the Journal Articles tab for access to a range of free reading materials to accompany Munday’s textbook).
We’ve added a host of new Resources from the recently published Dialogue Interpreting, Literary Translation, and An Introduction to Audio Description (click View by book to browse the selection).
Navigate to Links to see our updated list of useful websites, including a selection of cutting edge blogs about translation and interpreting.
What can this Portal offer you?
The Resources tab offers students a wide range of learning materials, from fully interactive companion websites to glossaries of key terms, extensive further reading lists and downloadable podcasts. Simply View by book to browse the selection. Additionally, visit our Featured Authors section for specially recorded videos which show some of our leading authors introducing and summarising aspects of translation studies as a discipline. The collection includes contributions from Susan Bassnett, Michael Cronin, Andrew Gillies, Sandra Hale, Jeremy Munday, Gracie Peng, Douglas Robinson, Alina Secara, Sherry Simon and Lawrence Venuti.
We recommend browsing a virtual collection of the most popular online research published in Routledge journals, and visiting our Journals section for the latest information about our key journals.
The Instructors section provides PowerPoint slides linked to two of our bestselling textbooks, In Other Words and Introducing Translation Studies.