Gender Approaches in the Translation Classroom: Training the Doers

A new London Met edited volume, due to be published late 2018, will focus on the implementation of gender concern in translator training.
Date: 31 January 2017

Two London Metropolitan University senior lecturers have put out a call for papers for an upcoming publication, which is due to be published late 2018.

Piero Toto and Marcella De Marco, senior lecturers on both the BA Translation and the MA Translation courses, have been working on the publication titled ‘Gender Approaches in the Translation Classroom: Training the Doers,’ which is due to be published by the end of 2018.

“Since gender equality has become one of the primary goals promoted by large world organisations, such as the Commonwealth and the International Labour Organisation, gender training has increasingly been perceived as a need and an essential tool to enhance mainstreaming,” the call for papers cites.

The edited volume will be published by Palgrave MacMillan, an award-winning research publishing company who change the world across the humanities, social sciences and business for academics, professionals and librarians.

You can view the full call for papers in the London Met repository.