Studies in English language online: two journals from platform

ASp. La revue du GERAS

Print and electronic journal publishing research articles on English for Specific Purposes (ESP)
ASp publishes research articles, publication listings and reviews related to the field of English for Specific Purposes (ESP) for both teaching and research. The thematic and non-thematic issues aim to give an insight into the specifics of ESP, notably in its linguistic, discursive, cultural and didactic aspects, and also to develop our knowledge of the various specific English registers used for different purposes. ASp was initiated March 1993, at Université de Bordeaux 2, by Michel Perrin, then chair of the English teaching research group, Groupe d’étude et de recherche en anglais de spécialité (GERAS). The electronic edition has an embargo period of three years. Nineteen issues are currently online, including thirteen full-text issues. Issues published prior to 1999 will be gradually published online over time. Articles are both in English and in French.
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Palimpsestes. Revue de traduction

Print and electronic journal focused on the study of theoretical and practical translation problems English <—> French
is a yearly journal created in 1987, published by the Presses de la Sorbonne nouvelle, which tackles theoretical and practical questions about translation, mainly in the domains of English-to-French and French-to-English translation. Each issue tackles a specific question and its relationship to already existing theoretical frameworks, based on the study of specific texts accompanied by their translation. Each issue is accompanied by a booklet containing all reference texts in the two languages studied. Palimpsestes is an open-access publication with an embargo period of two years. Five issues are already available online, including three in full-text. Issues published prior to 2007 will be gradually published online over time. Some articles are in English but most of them are in French.
Journal website: is a web publishing platform in the humanities and social sciences. Founded in 1999, it is now an umbrella for more the 300 academic journals and book series. Since 2001, has been part of a larger portal, OpenEdition, along with (scholarly blogs platform) and Calenda (online HSS announcement service).

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