TIS Submission Guidelines
Three types of submissions will be considered for publication in TIS:
- Scholarly articles
- Translation scholarship in English translation
- Review essays
All submissions should be in English.
- Submissions should be between 5000 and 6500 words, exclusive of bibliography. Please contact the editor concerning submissions that do not fit within these word limits.
- All submissions should conform to the journal style sheet. See below.
- Submissions can be delivered electronically as a Word file attachment or as a hard copy. Hard copies can be sent to: Brian James Baer, TIS, 109 Satterfield Hall, Kent State University, Kent, OH 44242.
- Receipt of submissions will be confirmed via email.
- The review process typically takes six (6) months. If a disagreement among the reviewers requires that the submission be sent out to a third reviewer, the author will be notified of any delay.
Translation Studies in Translation
- Translations of scholarly works into English should be submitted with a copy of the source text, a short introduction (100-500 words) by the translator, explaining the importance of the source author's work to Translation and Interpreting Studies, as well as permission to publish;
- Submissions should be between 5000 and 6500 words, exclusive of bibliography. Please contact the editor concerning submissions that do not fit within these words limits;
- All submissions of this kind should conform to the journal style sheet. See below..
- Review essays should consider three or more scholarly works in a single field or in related fields of Translation and Interpreting Studies and situate them within a disciplinary context;
- The length of review essays should be between 1000 and 3000 words;
- All review essays should conform to the journal style sheet.