Two Reviews: Dictionary of Education and Assessment in Translation and Interpreting Studies (TIS)

This book is the first and only dictionary on education and assessment in the context of translator and interpreter training. It offers the reader in-depth and up-to-date knowledge regarding key issues of the education and assessment of translators and interpreters, including how best to train translators and interpreters and how best to assess their performance … Continue reading Two Reviews: Dictionary of Education and Assessment in Translation and Interpreting Studies (TIS)

Meet our Authors – Despoina N. Feleki

Despoina N. Feleki is an independent researcher and appointed English Educator in Greece. She holds a PhD in Contemporary American Studies and an MA in Studies in European Literature and Culture. She lectures on the intersections between textuality and digitality, and how these affect literary and educational practices.  Her latest scientific interests revolve around contemporary … Continue reading Meet our Authors – Despoina N. Feleki

New review of Laura Pinnavaia’s book Food and Drink Idioms in English: “A Little Bit More Sugar and Lots of Spice”

We are pleased to share a new review of Laura Pinnavaia's book, Food and Drink Idioms in English: “A Little Bit More Sugar and Lots of Spice”, published in 3L: Language, Linguistics, Literature, The Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies. Authored by the Editor-in-Chief of the journal, Assoc Prof Dr Tan Kim Hua, it is a … Continue reading New review of Laura Pinnavaia’s book Food and Drink Idioms in English: “A Little Bit More Sugar and Lots of Spice”

Call for chapters: British Travel Narratives on Wars

British Travel and Narratives on Wars is a forthcoming edited collection under consideration for publication by Cambridge Scholars Publishing, and the editors Jeanne Dubino and Elisabetta Marino invite contributors to submit book chapter proposals. If you are interested in contributing please contact marino@lettere.uniroma2.it  and dubinoja@appstate.edu for further information. From Homer’s epics to Herodotus’s histories, warring has been synonymous … Continue reading Call for chapters: British Travel Narratives on Wars

Mary Munro-Hill’s book Claude Duneton: Chroniqueur at Le Figaro reviewed in the Journal of French Language Studies

Mary Munro-Hill's second book with Cambridge Scholars Publishing, entitled Claude Duneton: Chroniqueur at Le Figaro, has been reviewed in the March 2018 edition of the Journal of French Language Studies by Professor Dietmar Osthus of the University of Duisburg-Essen. The book is available to purchase for only £29.99 now directly from Cambridge Scholars. Professor Osthus' thoughtful and … Continue reading Mary Munro-Hill’s book Claude Duneton: Chroniqueur at Le Figaro reviewed in the Journal of French Language Studies

Book review: Textual Reception and Cultural Debate in Medieval English Studies

Textual Reception and Cultural Debate in Medieval English Studies, edited by María José Esteve Ramos and José Ramón Prado Pérez is, etymologically speaking, an anthology, a bouquet, of medieval english language and literature scholarship with three of its four linguistic ingredients: West Germanic Anglo-Saxon, North Germanic Old Norse and medieval and ecclesiastical Latin. It comprises … Continue reading Book review: Textual Reception and Cultural Debate in Medieval English Studies

Book review: Behind the Words: The FCO, Hegemonolingualism and the End of Britain’s Freedom

In this book, the author laments the decline of the use of Standard English in the Foreign Office in the quest for diversity or the misapprehension that it is somehow connected to ‘class’. Using original texts, the book demonstrates how FCO English has deteriorated in the last thirty years, owing to a combination of political … Continue reading Book review: Behind the Words: The FCO, Hegemonolingualism and the End of Britain’s Freedom