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I am eager to know what ISI Journals are available in our field so that the interpreting researchers can publish their papers in quality journals? Does anybody know about the list of the most outstanding journals in our interpreting field?

asked 06 Jun '12, 15:19

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edited 06 Jun '12, 18:23

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The one that comes to my mind is the CIRIN BULLETIN run by Daniel Gile.

This is an international information network on research into conference interpreting. I hope you find it useful

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answered 06 Jun '12, 15:33

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CIRIN is THE source to find new publications. And more: Interpreting, New Voices in translation studies, Target, Across languages and cultures, The interpreters' newsletter, Translation and interpreting Studies, The translator, Sign Language interpreter and translator, Interpreter and translator trainer. Don't let the names fool you, many 'translation' publications also publishes articles on interpreting.

(19 Oct '12, 16:59) tulkur

You'll find articles about interpreting in META here

The recent editions are only available for a fee, however, the older articles are free.

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answered 30 Jun '12, 12:51

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I have read some issues of Interpreting, the Journal published by John Benjamins:

Interpreting International Journal of Research and Practice in Interpreting

Editors Miriam Shlesinger, Bar-Ilan University, Israel Franz Pöchhacker, University of Vienna, Austria Associate Editors Birgitta Englund Dimitrova, Stockholm University, Sweden Daniel Gile, ESIT, Université Paris 3 - Sorbonne Nouvelle, France Ruth Morris Roda P. Roberts, University of Ottawa, Canada Cynthia B. Roy, Gallaudet University, USA Robin Setton, Shanghai International Studies University ISSN 1384-6647 | E-ISSN 1569-982X Electronic edition at ingentaConnect Interpreting serves as a medium for research and debate on all aspects of interpreting, in its various modes, modalities (spoken and signed) and settings (conferences, media, courtroom, healthcare and others). Striving to promote our understanding of the socio-cultural, cognitive and linguistic dimensions of interpreting as an activity and process, the journal covers theoretical and methodological concerns, explores the history and professional ecology of interpreting and its role in society, and addresses current issues in professional practice and training. Interpreting encourages cross-disciplinary inquiry from such fields as anthropology, cognitive science, cultural studies, discourse analysis, language planning, linguistics, neurolinguistics, psychology and sociology, as well as translation studies.

Interpreting publishes original articles, reports, discussions and book reviews.

This journal is peer reviewed and indexed in: IBR/IBZ, Language Abstracts, LLBA, MLA Bibliography, PsychInfo, Translation Studies Abstracts, Translation Studies Bibliography, European Reference Index for the Humanities, Scopus, Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), Current Contents/Arts & Humanities (CC/A&H); Translation Studies Abstracts Online Sample issue: INTP 10:2 I have found it most interesting,though I am not sure that the series is still published

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answered 06 Jun '12, 16:19

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