International Journal of Comparative Literature and Translation Studies

International Journal of Comparative Literature and Translation Studies (IJCLTS) is a double-blind peer-reviewed academic journal published by Australian International Academic Centre PTY. LTD. The journal invites contributions representing innovative and critical views on the theory and practice of the study of comparative literature and translation studies in all its aspects, including but not limited to: theory and history of comparative literature; comparative studies of genres, themes and periods; reception studies; intertexuality and transmediality; and the theory, history and practice of translation studies. The four annual issues contain sections with open submission academic articles in the field of comparative literature and translation studies; book reviews; and interviews with internationally known scholars and critics such as Alan Maley, Margaret Rogers, and David Dabydeen. 

Since January 2017, the editorial board of the journal has decided to accept translations of literary texts; creative writing of fiction, nonfiction and poetry; and video essays – video submissions are welcome from all fields within the focus of the journal. Submission of research papers, reviews, interviews, translations of literary texts, creative works or video essays implies that the work described has not been published previously and that its publication is approved by all authors. By submitting an article or video to IJCLTS, the authors acknowledge that the article or video is original and entirely the result of their work.

IJCLTS Highlights

  


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  1. Bertolt Brecht’s Mother Courage and Her Children: Marxist Concept of Alienation Read 261 Times
  2. Silence, Speech and Gender in Shakespeare’s Othello: A Presentist, Palestinian Perspective Read 240 Times
  3. Theme in Translation: A Systemic Functional Linguistic Perspective Read 231 Times
  4. A Model of Translator’s Competence from an Educational Perspective Read 192 Times
  5. Sense of Place in Rudy Wiebe’s The Temptations of Big Bear Read 157 Times
  1. Challenges in translation of proper nouns: A case study in Persian translation of George Orwell’s Animal Farm Cited 6 Times
  2. A Study of Translation Students' Self-Regulation and Metacognitive Awareness in Association with their Gender and Educational Level Cited 3 Times
  3. From Interdisciplinarity to Transdisciplinarity in Translation Studies in the Context of Technological Tools & Localization Industry Cited 3 Times
  4. The Apparatus of Ideology: A post-Colonial Reading of English Literature; Considerations from 'Institutional Literatures' Cited 3 Times
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CALL FOR UTOPIAN SHORT FICTION
My Utopia 

Why would we think of a utopia? Utopian thoughts are necessary to social changes. Without a utopian vision, something inspiring, there is no chance of social developments; and the more transparent the vision, the higher the chance of achievement.

The significance of utopian thought in the contemporary world seems inevitable. We face with huge ecological issues (so huge that the survival of the human species might be in doubt), overpopulation, war, terrorism, new and sometimes unbelievably dangerous technologies, cybernetic crimes, and religious extremism. Thus, a way out is obviously required and utopian thought can display the way.

“My Utopia” is a creative writing project with the aim to demonstrate that utopian thinking is beyond any gender, race, age, color, nationality, and border limitations. Everybody can also think of his/her utopian world regardless of place and time restrictions.

We are seeking short fiction from writers around the world on the topic “My Utopia”. Nonfiction, personal essay, genre short fiction (science fiction, fantasy, horror, and graphic fiction), poetry and works residing across/between utopia are welcome.

Submissions might explore, but are not limited to:

  • Climate change
  • Global population
  • The War on Terror
  • Post-humanism
  • The future of females
  • Gender discrimination
  • Extremism
  • Race/post-race
  • Disability and sexuality

Submission details:

The submission deadline is September 25th, 2017.

Submission is free of charge.

Any submission must be the original work of the author that has not been published previously, as a whole or in part, either in print or electronically, or is soon to be so published.

The target length for a submission is 500–1500 words. (Poetry submissions are exception.)

Formatting: double space, Times New Romans, font 12.

Language: English

Please make submissions via email to: editor.ijclts@aiac.org.au

Selected works will be published by Australian International Academic Center PTY. LTD.