Practical text on what constitutes good interpreting
Essays on Conference Interpreting
Aims and Scope
This book, drawing on the author’s 30-year career, seeks to define what constitutes good interpreting and how to develop the skills and abilities that are conducive to it. It places interpretation in its historical context and examines the uses and limitations of modern technology for interpreting.
- 184 pages
- MULTILINGUAL MATTERS
- conference interpreting; machine translation; interpreting; translation; intercultural communication; multilingualism; history of multilingual communication; diplomatic; international relations; effect of modern technology on translating and interpreting; artificial intelligence and interpreting; United Nations interpreter