strictly speaking, a linguist is not per definition a translator or vice versa. Not in the sense that a translator in general should have studied the latest in theoretical linguistic work done by people working on generalizations and formulas.
A real linguistic source could be the LinguistList (www.linguistlist.org) if you are looking for anything regarding theory of language.
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