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

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$13.00

How are sign language interpreters accountable, individually and collectively, for our linguistic and cultural lenses? This presentation explores questions of race, access, space and the privilege that has shaped “transactional” interpreting.

Category:

Description

How are sign language interpreters accountable, individually and collectively, for our linguistic and cultural lenses? This presentation explores questions of race, access, space and the privilege that has shaped “transactional” interpreting.

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

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Charity Kheshgi (verified owner)

    Thank you! This training was excellent. I would love to see a group of interpreters in my area discuss this training and the implications for our city and our local community.

Add a review