De la richesse thématique et méthodologique en interprétation de dialogue / Thematic and methodological richness in dialogue interpreting
To prepare the ground for the French and English contributions to follow, the guest editors take stock, in both languages, of the thematic and methodological richness of dialogue interpreting (DI). They first illustrate the dynamism and innovativeness of the field, by presenting some of the topics that scholars in sign and spoken language interpreting have investigated, as well as the main methods of data collection and analysis they have used to address the complexity of DI. They then provide an overview of the eleven contributions to this issue of _The Interpreters’ Newsletter_, all of which open new thematic, theoretical and/or methodological directions of research. From an interdisciplinary perspective and on the basis of authentic data, the contributors explore particular communicative phenomena and/or develop specific lenses for DI, or shed light on practices that have so far received scant attention in the literature and in the classrooms. Finally, the editors point out other promising thematic and methodological avenues that do not appear in Issue 26, which is an invitation to take some time to reflect on the wide range of research and training possibilities that characterise DI.
EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste
Anne Delizée, Natacha Niemants, "De la richesse thématique et méthodologique en interprétation de dialogue / Thematic and methodological richness in dialogue interpreting" in: "The Interpreters' Newsletter n. 26 - 2021", EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, Trieste, 2021, pp. 8-29
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