Routledge Studies in Arabic Translation
Routledge Studies in Arabic Translation explores themes and theories involving the Arabic language. This series will include monographs, textbooks and edited works addressing the complexities and emerging perspectives within Arabic translation including linguistic, literary, semiotic, cognitive, cultural, philosophical, sociological, political, socio-economic, educational, and professional. Providing an essential knowledge base for researchers and scholars of the Arabic language and translation studies, this series will present the most innovative research in this emerging area.
If you have a book proposal or idea in mind that might be suitable for the series, please contact the series editors Ali Almanna (firstname.lastname@example.org) and James Dickins (J.Dickins@leeds.ac.uk).