Journal of Translation
The Journal of Translation is an academic journal of translation theory and practice with a special interest in Bible translation and in translation involving minority languages and cultures. Its purpose is to encourage scholarship, to enlighten the reader, to stimulate thought and discussion, and to promote appropriate cross-cultural and cross-linguistic communication.
The Journal of Translation is published without subscription, two times per year, by SIL International. Articles are published online in the form of PDF files that may be freely downloaded.
Articles, book reviews and short notes published in the Journal of Translation will deal explicitly with the topic of translation and will be judged by the Editor and the Editorial Board as appropriate for publication in the journal on the basis of their scholarship, originality and relevance.
Volume 8 (2012), Number 1
FRANK, David B., editor
- Editor’s Comments
- Short Note: Mary, Espoused to Joseph 8(1):page 36
GREENLEE, J. Harold, author
- Toward an Ethical Code in Bible Translation Consulting 8(1):pages 1-8
WERNER, Eberhard, author
- Lexical Pragmatics and Hermeneutical Issues in the Translation of Key Terms 8(1):pages 25-35
HARMELINK, Bryan, author
- Metaphor and Methodology for Cross-Cultural Investigation of Hebrew Emotions 8(1):pages 9-24
KING, Phil, author