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The Translation Studies Portal provides a forum for translation scholars and students in the Arabic-speaking world, Iran and Turkey. Its mission is to contribute to capacity building in the region in the area of translation and interpreting studies. Towards this end, it provides a range of resources and links which are updated regularly.
This initiative is made possible thanks to a grant from the British Academy. Although the portal has a particular focus on the Arab World, Iran and Turkey, many of the resources available on the site will be of interest to scholars of translation and interpreting worldwide.
The Routledge Translation Studies Portal offers a wide range of resources to support scholarly and pedagogical work in the field, including video and audio interviews and lectures, sample chapters from key publications, exercises, glossaries, links, and a variety of other material.
The Nida Institute for Biblical Scholarship is part of a global Bible Society fellowship in service to the American Bible Society and its constituents in the areas of academic research, educational programs and resources, and Bible translation. Serving as a repository for Bible and Bible-related resources, and promoting and supporting engagement with Scripture, the Nida Institute partners with the Church, the Academy, and the Bible Society fellowship.
The Nida Institute works in Bible translation through training, education, assessment, grants, and research. It provides content standards and review processes for ABS products and services; develops Scripture-based educational programs and content for home, school, church, and community; and carries responsibility for managing ABS's historic Library and Archives.
The International Association of Professional Translators and Interpreters (IAPTI) has been created by a group of professional language mediators as a vehicle for promoting ethical practices in their profession, as a venue in which to establish a dialog, without censorship and without conflicts of interest, with the aim of promoting effective professional ethics.
The House of Translation is a joint collaborative initiative between the National Center for Translation of the Ministry of Culture in Egypt and the Center for Translation Studies at the American University in Cairo. It was launched in October 2011 and is anchored in the history of a region that has been and continues to be a crossroads for different cultures and civilizations and a hub for translation and the transfer of knowledge. It is from this historically privileged position that The House of Translation can and must aspire to a global role in the future of translation studies.
The Interpreter Trainers' Network is a professional association for sign language interpreter trainers. The Network provides interpreter trainers with formal and informal opportunities for collegial support. ITN membership is open to Deaf and hearing educators, trainers and mentors. Prospective ITN members must be members of the Australian Sign Language Interpreters’ Association in order to be eligible for full ITN membership.
CEATL(European Council of Literature Translators Associations)
Centre for Translation & Textual Studies(Dublin City University)
SIL International(formerly Summer Institute of Linguistics)
Alumni Association of ESIT(Ecole Supérieure d'Interprètes et de Traducteurs), Paris
CIT(Conference Interpretation and Translation)
Renditions(Journal of Chinese Literature & Culture)
Translation: Computation, Corpora, Cognition (Open Access)
Translation Quarterly(Journal of Hong Kong Translation Society)
St Jerome Publishing
Specialist in translation studies and publisher of The Translator
Publishes Benjamins Translation Library series and journals including Target, Interpreting and Terminology
Publisher of Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation Studies and the Translation Studies Reader