The Authenticity Gap: Race, Access, and the Transactional Model of Interpreting

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Kristina Miranda & Cassie Lang

Chat with Instructor * Kristina Miranda works and serves in Boston, MA, but hails from New Jersey. Passionate about social justice challenges, racial and heritage identity conflicts, power/privilege dynamics. Honors her parents every time she raises her hands and is aware of the responsibility to her culture and heritage. An avid art collector, music lover, and traveling fills her restless spirit. * Cassie Lang currently lives and works in the Boston area, but has Midwestern ties. Her research and interests include interpreter identity development, sociolinguistics, and social justice. She has gratitude for the innumerable individuals along the way who shaped her as an interpreter. She loves good food, reading NPR's Code Switch, growing things, and travel.

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