Founded in 1997, the Journal of Translation Studies is a double-blind peer reviewed bilingual journal (English and Chinese) devoted to all aspects of translation studies. While the journal has a special focus on the history, theory and practice of Chinese-English, English-Chinese translation, it also publishes highquality articles on research regarding other language combinations and/or general theoretical aspects of translation.
In 2017, the journal launched a new series under the joint editorship of Professors Lawrence Wang-chi Wong and James St. André, both from the Department of Translation at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. The journal has two numbers per year, one in June, the other in December. Four issues in the new series have been published to date, with the fifth due out in June 2019.
The journal accepts submission of original research articles of up to 15,000 words (English) or 20,000 characters (Chinese). For details regarding how to submit an article, please visit our departmental website (traserver.tra.cuhk.edu.hk) and under “publications” download the “notice to contributors.” The journal also publishes book reviews, although normally these are by invitation.
If you are interested in contributing a book review, please contact the review editor, Professor Duncan Poupard. The Journal of Translation Studies is a joint publication of the Department of Translation of The Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Chinese University Press.