Stridon’s Aims

Centring on the marginal

Authors

  • Nike K. Pokorn University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/stridon.1.1.5-7

Keywords:

translation , interpreting, peripheral languages, languages of limited distribution

Abstract

The aim of Stridon – Journal of Studies in Translation and Interpreting is to advance research in translation- and interpreting-related phenomena, and to publish articles on the theoretical, descriptive and applied research within the field of Translation and Interpreting Studies. Besides established authors, we will also welcome articles by new voices in the field, focusing not only on translation and interpreting, but also on interdisciplinary translation- and interpreting-related sociological, literary, cultural, historical, educational and contrastive topics.

Stridon’s particular aim is to present the research involving peripheral languages and languages of limited distribution, and the research focusing or originating from central or southeastern Europe. Since, traditionally, Translation and Interpreting Studies research has prioritised the focal over the marginal, this journal would like to give voice to the perspective of the Other in Translation Studies.

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Published

30.06.2021 — Updated on 07.07.2021

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How to Cite

Pokorn, N. K. (2021). Stridon’s Aims: Centring on the marginal. STRIDON: Studies in Translation and Interpreting, 1(1), 5–7. https://doi.org/10.4312/stridon.1.1.5-7 (Original work published June 30, 2021)

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INTRODUCTION