Excited to start interpreting at the beginning of a new semester! Love how the work of an interpreter is always new.
Conference Interpreter, who holds a PhD in Translation studies. I teach all sorts of interpreting. In this blog I write about interpreting, Translation and Interpreting Studies, and a few things I teach my interpreting students. My posts reflect my own opinions, they are by no means official positions of any of my employers. Welcome to my world of the spoken word, many books, and... total chaos.
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language scientist who fell fingers over palms for ASL
The Art and Craft of Blogging
"Once you learn to read, you will be forever free." Frederick Douglass
Stories are living and dynamic. Stories exist to be exchanged. They are the currency of Human Growth. ~Jean Houston
Sentenced to Silence and Solitude
Author, Nerd, and Full Time Dad
life, hearing loss and other stuff
Living with a hearing loss in London, UK
Musings and blogs from a deaf campaigner
Hear the World
Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching
Indulge- Travel, Adventure, & New Experiences
...now New and Improved -- with Bionic Hearing!
Just like the Thesis Whisperer - but with more money
Language, Culture and Theory for ASL Interpreters
A US academic goes to Russia
Prolix! Prolix! Nothing a pair of scissors can't fix!
That's how much food is wasted each year. We want to change that ... and eat well doing it.
Tips and Tricks from a Professional Interpreter
A bilingual Deaf poet's adventures in a Hearing world
easy reading is damn hard writing
Film Explained Simply
Tutorials for Macintosh OS X. And stuff.
"Language news and reflections on the industry and life"
Yoga and Interpreting Updates
Your Liaison to Global Communication
a future interpreter's blog
Deaf journalist, scriptwriter and photographer
Media | Entertainment | Fashion
The latest news on WordPress.com and the WordPress community.
Just another WordPress.com site
Blog sobre las aventuras de una traductora e intérprete
Bilingual English-Spanish blog on issues important to the professional interpreter.
Everything will break out eventually
Sign Language Interpreters
Issues, activities, experiences and technologies about Deaf People in the Philippines
news about signed language research at Gallaudet
Sign Language Interpreters in the UK tell it like it is
Highly personal. Anything but confidential.
Just like the horse whisperer - but with more pages