This essential text delves into the key areas that define interpreting in the 21st century. In the chapters that follow, Brenda and Kelly provide an overview of the history, work, and evolution of interpreting. From early professional foundations to the advent of video and other emerging technologies, the authors paint a vivid picture of the work interpreters do. The wisdom they share with us is informed not only by their personal experiences in interpreting and interpreter education but also by current research which pushes the field forward.
by Brenda E. Cartwright & Kelly L. Flores
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