Looking Back. Part 1. Breaking Ground Part 2. Laying foundations Part 3. Modelling the Process Part 4. Broadening the View Part 5. Observing the Product and its Effects Part 6. Examining Expectations and Norms Part 7. (Re)Defining the Role. Looking ahead.
Franz Poechhacker is Associate Professor of Interpreting Studies in the Department of Translation and Interpreting at the University of Vienna. Miriam Shlesinger is Senior Lecturer in Translation and Interpreting Studies in the Department of Translation and Interpreting of Bar-Ilan University, Israel.
"'At last, the seminal articles on interpreting have been compiled
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inaccessible, or unavailable in English until now. A must for every
library, whether personal or institutional.'" - Holly Mikkelson,
International "Interpretation Resource Center, California,
"A first-rate introduction to the whole area of interpreting studies. "Introducing Interpreting Studies is informed, authoritative and written in a clear and engaging style. A must for anyone involved in the teaching or study of interpreting and of value to anyone with an interest in interlingual and intercultural communication in today's world."
-Michael Cronin, Dublin City University, Ireland
"Franz Pochhacker's textbook is a first, indispensable for students and teachers of interpretation. A solid foundation for further research."
-Alexandre Mikheev, Monterey Institute of International Studies, USA