Open Access

Open Access is a common practice of providing unrestricted Internet access to peer-reviewed scientific journals. Open access increases the ability to read publications and recognize authors for their contributions in their chosen field and even beyond.

The Journal Translation Studies: Theory and Practice is a peer reviewed open access journal. Peer review is realised under the responsibility of the Editorial Board of the Journal.

All content published online will be immediately and permanently available and free to read, download, copy and distribute.


All The issues of the journal "Translation Studies: Theory and Practice" get archived in the National Library of Armenia (4 hard copies and e-version), Cyberleninka (soft copies) and PKP Preservation Network (LOCKSS).

"Translation Studies: Theory and Practice" journals self-archiving policy is in line with Sherpa Romero. Sherpa Romeo is an online resource that aggregates and analyses publisher open access policies from around the world and provides summaries of publisher copyright and open access archiving policies on a journal-by-journal basis.