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Mon Oct 11 2021

TOC: Interpreting 23 / 2 (2021)

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <>

Date: 29-Sep-2021
From: Karin Plijnaar <>
Subject: Interpreting Vol. 23, No. 2 (2021)
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Publisher: John Benjamins

Journal Title: Interpreting
Volume Number: 23
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: 2021

Main Text:

2021. iv, 169 pp.

Table of Contents

pp. 165–167


The impact of visible lip movements on silent pauses in simultaneous interpreting
Anne Catherine Gieshoff
pp. 168–191

A cognitive investigation of ‘chunking’ and ‘reordering’ for coping with word-order asymmetry in English-to-Chinese sight translation: Evidence from an eye-tracking study
Xingcheng Ma and Dechao Li
pp. 192–221

From controversy to complexity: Replicating research and extending the evidence on language choice in note-taking for consecutive interpreting
Helle V. Dam
pp. 222–244

Assessing the fidelity of consecutive interpreting: The effects of using source versus target text as the reference material
Chao Han, Rui Xiao and Wei Su
pp. 245–268

Ideology, positionality and war: Local interpreters in Afghanistan
Anne Martin and María Gómez-Amich
pp. 269–295

Signed and spoken interaction at a distance: Interpreter practices to strive for progressivity at the beginning of calls via the Swedish video relay service
Camilla Warnicke
pp. 296–320

Book Reviews:

Dörte Andres, Klaus Kaindl & Ingrid Kurz (Eds.) (2017). Dolmetscherinnen und Dolmetscher im Netz der Macht: Autobiographisch konstruierte Lebenswege in autoritären Regimen [Interpreters in the web of power: Autobiographically constructed life paths in authoritarian regimes]
Reviewed by David B. Sawyer
pp. 321–328

Jesús Baigorri-Jalón (2019). Lenguas entre dos fuegos: Intérpretes en la Guerra Civil Española (1936–1939) [Languages in the crossfire: Interpreters in the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939)]
Reviewed by Michaela Wolf
pp. 329–333

Linguistic Field(s): Translation

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