About the Journal
FITISPOS International Journal (FITISPOS-IJ) is a multilingual and free access online journal funded in 2014 by FITISPos-UAH Research Group (Training and Research in Public Service interpreting and Translation) (Grupo de investigación FITISPos-UAH: Formación e Investigación en Traducción e Interpretación en los Servicios Públicos in Spanish) at the University of Alcalá (Spain).
Aims and target readers
The purpose of this journal is to publish and internationally disseminate high quality and original scientific papers on related research and teaching especially, though not exclusively, to Translation and Interpreting (T&I), Public Service Interpreting and Translation (PSIT) and Intercultural Communication. It is aimed at all those researchers and professionals interested in contributing to these fields by sending original and unpublished research studies.
The journal includes six main sections:
- From the editor
- Featured articles
- Book reviews
- Research corner: PSIT events, useful tools, projects
- Working papers
Languages of publication
Interested authors may submit their work in Spanish, English, French, Chinese, Russian, German and Arabic. Contributions that are not in English must also provide the title, abstract and keywords in this language.
Frequency of publication
The journal is published once a year, usually in spring.
It is an open access, non-commercial journal, so publication does not entail any cost for the authors, and it is free of charge for readers.
The journal and all the articles published in it are under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial license.
Editors: Carmen Valero-Garcés and Elena Alcalde Peñalver (University of Alcalá)
Guest Editor: Samantha Cayron (University of Geneva)