This is the twenty-fifth issue of Exchanges, first published in May 2023. As usual, this issue brings together a range of articles from scholars from a variety of different disciplinary traditions around the globe. Topics in this issue include: Orwell, 1984 and contemporary British parliamentary debate, considerations of Wang and Munday's work on discourse analysis of translation and interpreting, John McGahern's fictive world and notions of utopian thinking, using Miro in teaching practice, an interview with Intissar Haddiya experiences as a novelist and poet and a book review of Wang and Munday’s work in translation and interpreting. The Editor-in-Chief’s editorial briefly introduces the issue and discusses the recent author survey feedback report, while highlighting contribution opportunities and Exchanges’ social media streams.
The journal is Diamond Open Access (without any article processing charges), and is published in Spring and Autumn each year.
Open Call for Papers: Future Issues
Open calls for papers for submissions to future editions of Exchanges have been issued. The Editorial Board invites high-quality article submissions from researchers from all academic fields, especially those demonstrating elements of interdisciplinary or multi-disciplinary content. Submissions in a variety of formats are welcomed, as per our author guidelines.
Please see the call for details, or contact the Managing Editor-in-Chief to discuss potential submissions.