The AALITRA Review
The AALITRA Review (ISSN 1838-1294), was established in March 2010 by the Australian Association for Literary Translation. AALITRA is a national organisation that promotes an interest in all aspects of literary translation. The Review is peer-reviewed and published on-line. The journal aims to publish high quality material concerned with literary translation, as well as translations of literary texts from other languages into English, or vice versa. It hopes to foster a community of Australian literary translators and to be a forum for lively debate concerning issues related to the translation of literary texts.
Snapshot showcases the unique perspectives of La Trobe's undergraduate students. The work published in this journal represents a broad range of work produced for assessment in the humanities and social sciences.
For more information about getting published in Snapshot, read the selection policy.
We welcome expressions of interest from other disciplines at La Trobe.
The Looking Glass : New Perspectives on Children's Literature
The Looking Glass: New Perspectives on Children's Books is an electronic journal about children's literature. This site is currently in recess, as the Journal Editor has retired from La Trobe University.
The site was launched April 2, 1997 -- International Children's Book Day. As our name suggests, we combine an interest in the traditional with an eye to the modern. Our readers and contributors are academics, librarians, teachers, parents and anyone else fascinated by the world of children's literature. This journal is published by a small group of volunteers. Our expertise includes writing, editing, teaching, publishing, librarianship -- all the various aspects of children's books and literature. In the beginning, our parent organization was the Toronto Centre for the Study of Children's Literature (TCSCL), then housed at the Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto, now at York University. From 1 July 1998, however, The Looking Glass was independent of any institutional support. In July 2007 La Trobe University in Australia began providing hosting and technical support, utilising the OJS open access journal system.