Introducing Interpreting Studies
A very readable summary of the trends and developments in Interpreting Research since its inception not so very long ago.
The Interpreting Studies Reader (Routledge Language Readers)
Franz Poechhacker and Miriam Schlesinger (editors)
A compilation of the most significant papers in the field of Interpreting Research.
Read a review of this book at the Journal of Specialised Translation Studies
Deutsch als Konferenzsprache in der Europaeischen Union
Routledge Encyclopedia of Interpreting Studies
To Know How to Suggest …: Approaches to Teaching Conference Interpreting
Dörte Andres & Martina Behr (eds.)
Great book for interpreter trainers, or anyone looking for a basic introduction to the history of interpreter training and research.
Consecutive Note-taking and Interpreter Training
Includes very interesting history of training in Japan (a system that is agency-run with graduates tied to the agency and yet a system that is very successful – imagine suggesting that in Europe!) and a summary in English of Michaela Albl-Mikasa’s very important PhD on Note-taking as an inter-language.
Interpreting in the Zone: How the Conscious and Unconscious Function in Interpretation
“Jack Hoza’s newest research examines the components that enable interpreters to perform successfully, looking at literature in interpretation, cognitive science, education, psychology, and neuroscience, as well as reviewing the results of two qualitative studies he conducted. He seeks to uncover what it means to interpret in the zone by understanding exactly how the brain works in interpretation scenarios…”
Interpréter pour traduire
SELESKOVITCH, D. et LEDERER, M
Notationssprache und Notizentext
An important work in research on consecutive interpreting and note-taking which examines notes in a new light, i.a. as an inter-language, neither source nor target.