CALL FOR PAPERS: Special issue on Translation in and from the Middle Ages
Sspanning the period between the Fall of the Roman Empire in the 5th century and the Fall of Constantinople in the 15th, the Middle Ages was a time of immense cultural, artistic, political, economic, and social activity. Because of this, Medieval Studies is a particularly fruitful field of study, especially in combination with other areas, Translation Studies being no exception. Indeed, the combination of these two areas is of extreme importance, providing a better understanding of medieval texts, as well as a broader understanding of the meaning, value, and consequences of translation within this timeframe.
Despite its importance, medieval translation remains poorly researched and promoted in academia. In an effort to fill this gap, submissions are invited for a special issue of the open-access journal, Translation Matters, on the subject of Translation in and from the Middle Ages.
We welcome articles dealing one of the following topics: