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This talk will discuss the challenges of getting published in major international journals. As national agencies, universities and other institutions require researchers to publish in high impact periodicals, this has meant a greater difficulty to publish in major journals, as the number of these remains stable but the number of submissions has increased exponentially. The talk will illustrate these problems with data, provide examples of submissions and respond to questions from the audience.



Roberto A. Valdeón is Professor in Translation and Pragmatics at the University of Oviedo, Spain, and a member of the Academia Europaea. He is the author of over a hundred and fifty publications, including contributions to journals such as Across Languages and CulturesMeta, Intercultural Pragmatics, TerminologyThe Translator, TargetBabel, International Journal of Applied LinguisticsPhilological QuarterlyJournalism and Translating and Interpreting Studies. He is Editor-in-Chief of Perspectives Studies in Translation Theory and Practice and General Editor of the Benjamins Translation Library.