Com as devidas ressalvas em termos autorais e a remissão para o site respectivo, aqui vão alguns recursos online para tradutores (ou para quem se interessa por estas coisas)
A autoria e comentários pertencem a Daniel Gile da EST e o site para consulta encontra-se em http://www.est-translationstudies.org/
Online journals with free access and other online resources
There is an increasing number of such online periodicals of various types. Some of them offer excellent papers.
Please visit them regularly. Some offer free access to their content for a limited time.
Cadernos de Tradução. An online journal of the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil, www.cadernos.ufsc.br
Círculo, revista electrónica de lingüística aplicada a la comunicación (clac). This Complutense University’s online journal of linguistics focuses on communication linguistics, www.ucm.es/info/circulo
Communicate. The AIIC webzine, with papers on conference interpreting, mostly on professional issues, some on research and training, www.aiic.net/Viewissues.cfm
Conference Interpretation and Translation. The Journal of the Korean Society of Conference Interpretation. Papers on translation and interpreting. Back issues can be downloaded. See the website of the Korean Society of Conference Interpretation at www.ksci.or.kr
Confluências - Revista de Traduçâo Cientifica e Técnica. A new online scientific and technical translation journal, mostly in Portuguese, www.confluencias.net
Forum. A journal edited jointly by Marianne Lederer, of ESIT (Paris) and Choi Jungwha (GSIT, HUFS, Seoul). Back issues can be downloaded. See the website of the Korean Society of
Conference Interpretation at www.ksci.or.kr
Helsinki English Studies - University of Helsinki. Full papers. www.eng.helsinki.f/hes/Translation
Iatis Bulletin – a free quarterly e-zine with new from the world of TS at www.iatis.org/content/pubs/bulletin/archive.php Interesting, with up-to-date information.
Intralinea. An online journal of the University of Bologna. Offers articles on translation and interpreting, mostly in Italian, but also in other languages, www.intralinea.it
Journal of Translation. Online, peer-reviewed, addresses both theoretical and practical issues. It is published by SIL International (formerly the Summer Institute of Linguistics) and often addresses Bible-translation issues, but the analyses in many of its papers are of interest to the wider TS community. www.sil.org:8090/siljot/index.html
The Journal of Specialised Translation. Dynamic online journal, www.jostrans.org . Its coverage is wider than its title indicates. Also contains audio-visual interviews.
Mediazoni – An online journal of interdisciplinary studies on language and culture http://www.mediazionionline.it/english/articoli/index_english.htm
Meta. The well-known Canadian Translation journal. www.erudit.org/revue/Meta
New Voices in Translation Studies. This is a refereed electronic journal co-sponsored by the International Association for Translation and Intercultural Studies (IATIS) and the Centre for Translation and Textual Studies (CTTS) at Dublin City University. The aim of the journal is to disseminate high quality original work by young researchers in Translation Studies to a wide audience. www.iatis.org/newvoices
Perspectives. Not an online journal, but a full list of papers published in its issues is available, as well as abstracts of papers published since the second issue in the year 2000, www.skase.sk
Translatio – Newsletter of FIT. Professional rather than TS. www.fit-ift.org
Translation Journal. Sponsored site, mostly papers on professional issue, www.accurapid.com/journal
Translation Today. An Indian online translation journal, part of the site www.anukriti.net . This biannual English-language journal of the Central Institute of Indian Languages, Manasagangotri, Mysore, was started in March 2004 and has appeared twice so far (March 2005). In its first two issues, Indian authors tend to focus on general cultural and philosophical issues, most often in the context of Indian culture and languages. There is little about practical issues, no empirical studies, nothing about interpreting so far. Foreign citations are mostly those of philosophers and of some translation scholars of the “cultural turn” trend. Obviously interesting for TS scholars interested in Indian culture. In view of the well-established history of valuable Indian contributions to intellectual endeavours of all kinds, including the more practical and empirical-science oriented disciplines, this journal could be a good portal for interaction with Indian scholars in other branches of TS and an opportunity for cross-fertilization.
Transst – Gideon Toury’s publication, with useful information on new publications and news on upcoming conferences. www.tau.ac.il/~toury