New Readings

New Readings is a peer-reviewed e-journal publishing original research in the fields of European literature, cultural history, film and visual culture.

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Themed issue: Comics and Translation - Call for Contributions

 

New Readings is inviting articles on any aspect of the translation of comic literature, widely understood here to refer to literature that combines images with words, from single stand-alone panels, to comic strips and graphic novels. We are particularly interested in theoretical contributions and in articles whose scope transcends single texts or individual authors. However, work on practical aspects of comics translation and case studies will also be considered for publication.

Contributions to the themed issue should reach New Readings by 10 November 2014. Submission is through the journal’s online system and requires self-registration.

 
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Vol 13 (2013)

Table of Contents

Articles

Men Who Talk about Love in Late Medieval Spain: Hugo de Urriés and Egalitarian Married Life PDF
Carlos Conde Solares 1–20
Revising Manners: Giovanni Della Casa’s «Galateo» and Antoine de Courtin’s «Nouveau traité de la civilité» PDF
Maryann Tebben 21–41
Al di là e al di qua della Storia: L’«Antigone» di Vittorio Alfieri e l’«Antígona furiosa» di Griselda Gambaro PDF
Adele Sanna 42–56
La poesía cibernética latinoamericana (todavía) in print: un recorrido desde los años 50 y 60 hasta finales de la primera década del 2000 PDF
Luis Correa-Díaz 57–73
Self-Consciousness and Schizophrenia: The Literary World of Nuria Amat PDF
Lloyd Hughes Davies 74–92
Daniele Petruccioli: A Visible "Performer" of Texts in Translation PDF
Estelle Helene Borrey 93–110
«The Way» (2010) and the Camino de Santiago: Christian, Spanish and Galician Identity PDF
Christopher Herman George 111–22


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