The first issue of The Interpreters’ Newsletter appeared back in 1988, when the scientific study of interpretation was “emerging from its infancy” (Crevatin 1988: 1) and manifesting its interdisciplinary nature. By drawing especially on general linguistics and neurosciences, that first issue set out the journal’s mission to explain “the interpreter’s ability to carry out extremely complicated operations requiring remarkable psycho-motor co-ordination” (Ibidem). Since then, “the discipline has […] come of age” (Garzone/Viezzi 2002: 2), exploring multidisciplinary scholarly territories and harnessing innovative methodological resources to describe an increasingly diversified and constantly evolving profession, which has experienced different turns over the last few decades (Pöchhacker 2008). In carrying on the tradition of the very first journal on Interpreting Studies, the contributions included in issue 27 of The Interpreters’ Newsletter address a variety of research areas, encompassing both interpreting practice (papers 1-4) and interpreting education (papers 5-7) with multiple approaches and methods.

Editorial - The Interpreters' Newsletter 27

Emanuele Brambilla;Claudio Bendazzoli
2022-01-01

Abstract

The first issue of The Interpreters’ Newsletter appeared back in 1988, when the scientific study of interpretation was “emerging from its infancy” (Crevatin 1988: 1) and manifesting its interdisciplinary nature. By drawing especially on general linguistics and neurosciences, that first issue set out the journal’s mission to explain “the interpreter’s ability to carry out extremely complicated operations requiring remarkable psycho-motor co-ordination” (Ibidem). Since then, “the discipline has […] come of age” (Garzone/Viezzi 2002: 2), exploring multidisciplinary scholarly territories and harnessing innovative methodological resources to describe an increasingly diversified and constantly evolving profession, which has experienced different turns over the last few decades (Pöchhacker 2008). In carrying on the tradition of the very first journal on Interpreting Studies, the contributions included in issue 27 of The Interpreters’ Newsletter address a variety of research areas, encompassing both interpreting practice (papers 1-4) and interpreting education (papers 5-7) with multiple approaches and methods.
2022
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