“Translation Studies has reached a stage where it is time to examine the subject itself. Let the meta-discussion begin”. These were the famous last sentences of the paper “The name and nature of Translation Studies” presented by James Holmes in 1972 (also in Holmes 1988: 79). 35 years later, metadiscussion is no longer at its beginnings, but where exactly has it arrived?
2005 “Consilience in Translation Studies”. Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 51. 19–32.
2004 “Aspects de la terminologie littéraire”. Karl Canvat, Michèle Monballin and Myriam van der Brempt, eds., Convergences aventureuses: Littérature, langue, didactique. Namur: Presses universitaires 2004 59–78.
1988  “The name and nature of Translation Studies”. James S Holmes. Translated!: Papers on literary translation and Translation Studies. Amsterdam: Rodopi 1987 66–80. [Approaches to Translation Studies 7.]