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Introduction to Communication Theory for Simultaneous Interpreters

June 8th, 2012

iCORE innovative & creative opportunities for research and education
Conference of Interpreter Trainers Annual Conference, Pre-Conference Workshop
17 October 2012

Simultaneous interpretation is co-constructed activity with consequences for human society in the dimensions of culture (time) and equality (control). This workshop explores the possibilities and limits of paradigm shift from information-based to relationship-centered professional practices of interpreting, using a combination of critical lecture and experiential conversation.

For more information, see the iCore pre-conference schedule description.

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  1. Steph says:

    Some workshop participants at the Conference of Interpreter Trainers contributed their thoughts on metaphors to describe “When you’re interpreting at your best.”

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