Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation Studies
In May 1991, I received a phone call from Simon Bell, former Language Reference Editor at Routledge, who wanted to know if I had any suggestions for a reference work on trans-lation studies, possibly a dictionary. Simon, among many others, had begun to see trans-lation studies as an exciting new discipline, perhaps the discipline of the 1990s. And indeed translation studies has not only fulfilled our expectations but greatly exceeded them. We need only think of one area in which trans-lation studies has flourished beyond anyone’s expectations, namely the academicization of translator and interpreter training, to appre-ciate the phenomenal speed with which the discipline as a whole has established itself in the 1990s. The entry on Translator-training insti-tutions by Caminade and Pym (this volume) documents the dramatic rise in the number of university-level institutions which offer degrees in translation and/or interpreting: ‘From 49 in 1960 then 108 in 1980, the global number had risen to at least 250 in 1994’.
جهت استعلام قیمت و سفارش چاپ این محصول لطفا با انتشارات گنج حضور تماس حاصل فرمایید