Dear fellow researchers,
It gives us a great pleasure and honor to announce that the third issue of INContext: Studies in Translation and Interculturalism is now out.
INContext is a unique international and interdisciplinary journal that encourages innovative research in language-related subjects, including but not limited to technical or literary translation and conference interpretation as well as intercultural issues. By linking translation and intercultural studies, the journal aims for “convergence” in a genuine sense across humanities and social sciences.
Published on August 30, 2022, the third issue of INContext is a special issue dedicated to the theme of “Teaching and Practice of Distant Interpreting in the Pandemic Era.” The COVID pandemic has had a far-reaching impact across all industries, but translation and interpreting (T&I) would be one of the most heavily affected sectors. Guest-edited by Andrew K. F. Cheung, a leading scholar representing the new generation of translation academics, the special issue focuses on the pandemic’s influence on T&I education and training, its cultural implications, and changes it has brought to the industry.
We hope you enjoy our third issue, and thank you very much for your continued love and support!
Editorial Board, INContext