... in TRANSPOSING: ... the story between translation and adaptation - Table of contents
Part I: Social instability

Social instabilità and instabiliteit: Italy and the Netherlands
 By P.L.F. Persio

Instability, a stable reality: Venezuela and America
 By Verónica Cordido

Political and social instability: the Brexit mess
 By Andrea Alvisi

Demographic instability: Serbia
 By Aleksandar Protić

National нестiйкiсть: Ukraine
 By Vladyslav Skrypka

Nestabilumas of Gediminas Hill and the threat to the symbol of the state: Lithuania
 By Justas Staniulis

Unstable identities: Ecuador and Europe
 By Mavi Romano

The castaways – on the verge of life: Syria
 By Rahaf Konbaz

Mental and cultural instability: Russia and Turkey
 By Svetlana Novoselova Bichen

Cultural instability: Belarus and Poland
 By Liubou Pranevich

The instability of Turkish education and its effect on culture and literature: Turkey
 By Sabahattin Yücel

Impotence: Venezuela and Columbia
 By Rodrigo Arenas Payan

Staying and Starting in Instability: Romania
 By Iuliana Guillot

Instabilitas toleransi: Indonesia
 By Rina Sitorus

Part II: Personal and existential instability

Embracing instability: Spain
 By Jonay Quintero Hernández

Psychosocial instability in Argentina and America: El granero del mundo and the Manifest Destiny
 By Antuel D’Adam

Instability or … flexibility? Russia
 By Ekaterina Korneeva

Legal and emotional instability in a transgender life: Ireland
 By Annabelle Larousse

Unstable nature: Norway and Denmark
 By Vigdis Fondevik

The instability of tyranny: Syria and the Syrian diaspora
 By Sahar Moussly

A house on a hill: America
 By Michael MacSweeny

Psychological aστάθεια and inestabilidad during the economic crisis: Greece and Spain
 By Eliza Nastou

My intimate imbalanced inclination: Serbia
 By Ms. Vuka

The emotional stability in expecting emotional instability: Brazil
 By Sera Kelvin

Instability in relationships: Russia
 By Anastasiya Zakharova

Whatever happens, it is experience: Czech Republic
 By Jirina Nevosadova

Angry folk: Korea
 By Ellie

Unstable air pollution – unstable solutions: Mongolia
 By Barhas

Inestabilidad in interpersonal relationships: Chile
 By Karin Kutscher

Part III: Artistic and linguistic instability

The stability of instability: Turkey and Syria
 By S.A. Dastan

Linguistic instabilité and instabilità: France and Italy
 By Isabelle Meschi

The absence of linguistic стабiльнасць: Does the Belarusian language have a future?
 By Tatiana Mankevich

Niestabilność and адсутнасць стабільнасці in the arts: Polish and Belarusian theater
 By Natalia Partykowska

Language instability: Russia
 By Marina Shalunova

Нестабилност/Nestabilnost in language: Serbia
 By Jelena Sekulić

Stability is not an option: Egypt
 By Isis Kamal Farid

Part IV: Political and economic instability

Decades of economic instability: Macedonia
 By Sofija Krnceska

On the road in search of stability: Argentina and Turkey
 By Peren Çakır

Instabilitate vs. Stabilität: How important are cultural differences? Romania and Germany
 By Andreea Sepi

Political instability: Lebanon
 By Ghadir Younes

Economic instability: Poles at home and the Polish Diaspora
 By Amelia Zadrożna-Nowak

Political instability: Electoral coups in America and Bulgaria
 By Emilia Delibasheva

Historical and Psychological Bizonytalanság within Hungarian Culture
 By Eva Walton

Social and economic instabilidade: Portugal
 By Antonia Sousa

The instability of change: India
 By Ashutosh Mitra

Modern instabilité: Youth and employment in France and China
 By Sophie Halimi

Economic instability: Guinea and Gambia
 By Shunit

Living in inestabilidad: Argentina
 By Silvana Renée Borghi

Political instability: Guatemala
 By José Lobos

The very stable Spanish instability
 By Mariela Larrosa